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Blake Crouch
Blake Crouch is the author of over a dozen bestselling suspense novels, including the international runaway bestselling series Wayward Pines, now a Major Television Event From Executive Producer M. Night Shyamalan, Starring Matt Dillon, airing on FOX May 14th. His short fiction has appeared in... show more

Blake Crouch is the author of over a dozen bestselling suspense novels, including the international runaway bestselling series Wayward Pines, now a Major Television Event From Executive Producer M. Night Shyamalan, Starring Matt Dillon, airing on FOX May 14th. His short fiction has appeared in numerous short story anthologies, and his longer fiction has been shortlisted for the International Thriller Award. Blake lives in Colorado. To learn more about what he is doing, check out his website, www.blakecrouch.com, follow him on Twitter - @blakecrouch1 - or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/blake.crouch.9
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 Leah's Bookish Obsession
Leah's Bookish Obsession rated it 2 months ago
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~๏~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ABOUT THE BOOK~ Pines Blake Crouch ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~๏~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Secret service agent Ethan Burke arrives in Wayward Pines, Idaho, with a clear mission: locate and recover two federal agents who went missing in the bucolic town one month earlier. But within m...
Blackbird's Book Blog
Blackbird's Book Blog rated it 7 months ago
If you are looking for something that keeps you engaged on long commutes, you really can't do better than Blake Crouch. This one has some holes in the logic. Also, you are figuring out things chapters before the hero, which makes him seem a bit stupid. It's no Wayward Pines, that's for sure. On ...
the promdi geek reads
the promdi geek reads rated it 9 months ago
I was introduced with the concept of the multiverse and the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics by way of the television series Sliders (1995-2000). In the series, we met four travelers traversing the seemingly unlimited worlds of the multiverse and trying to get back home. I found the c...
Bark's Book Reviews
Bark's Book Reviews rated it 10 months ago
I was afraid to start this, truth be told, because I read many reviews that said it was very mind-bending, confusing, and scientific. I was really afraid it would break my brain. I am happy to report that now that I’ve finished my brain is no more broken than it was before I began Dark Matter. So i...
Author Lisa M. Green
Author Lisa M. Green rated it 11 months ago
Originally posted on my blog:If you happened to have watched the television show based on this series, you may already know where I’m going with this. When I read the Wayward Pines trilogy, the television show had been teased, but it hadn’t aired yet. I found the idea intriguing, but I was very care...
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