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by Blake Crouch
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AudioBook Junkie
AudioBook Junkie rated it 3 years ago
Thanks to the television show, I had no choice but to read the books. One down and two to go.Let's see where Wayward (book 2) takes me...
Blood Rose Books
Blood Rose Books rated it 3 years ago
Blake Crouch takes the readers to Wayward Pines, where this small little town in Idaho has many deadly secrets to hide: Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke was sent to Wayward Pines to locate two missing federal agents who have not been heard from in a month. Ethan is on his way there with his partner...
The Reading Jackalope
The Reading Jackalope rated it 3 years ago
I skimmed most of it as there was a lot of unnessecary filler. interesting novel, mediocre execution. though the sudden veering into The Time Machine was an unexpected twist.
A Catty Babble of Books
A Catty Babble of Books rated it 3 years ago
It had so much promise at the beginning, but it got really weird, uninteresting and a bit too Sci-Fi for me after about 50%. The people in the book are cruel without a reason. But the main thing for me was that the story got a bit confusing, because things just happened and showed up out of nothing....
MUNDO NO ESCRITO
MUNDO NO ESCRITO rated it 3 years ago
LEIDO PARA EL 2015 READING CHALLENGE: #49 A BOOK BASED ON OR TURNED INTO A TV SHOW Este libro finaliza con una nota del autor diciendo como marco su vida Twin Peaks. Y está bien que nos cuente esto porque al leer el libro o ver la serie que se emite actualmente, es a lo primero que nos remite: Twin...
It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 3 years ago
Secret service agent Ethan Burke wakes up in Wayward Pines, Idaho after a car crash. He has no ID or cell phone and there seems to be no way to reach anyone outside the city... I liked the book, I liked it very much, but I feel that I had too high expectations and it didn't really live up to it. P...
Hol
Hol rated it 3 years ago
So, I decided to jump on the bandwagon and read this one. For one, everyone was raving about it and secondly, the trailers of the T.V adaption got me pretty interested. Usually if I’m going to watch a TV show or film adaption of a book I won’t read it because basically, I feel like then I’ve kind-of...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 3 years ago
It was easier to accept what could not be changed than to risk everything and seek out the unknown. -Chapter 9 Wow. This book. It was like Stephen King, Shirley Jackson and the Twilight Zone all wrapped into one gorgeous package. I saw a couple of reviews on Booklikes and I knew there was a t...
Lornographic Material
Lornographic Material rated it 3 years ago
Even though everybody and their mother's vibrator read this series last month, I somehow managed to skirt spoilers of any kind. Going in, I knew two things: Blake Crouch wrote it, and M. Night Shouldabeenacontender is producing a television series for FOX based on it. I've been a fan of Crouch's sin...
Horror Reader 13
Horror Reader 13 rated it 3 years ago
I don't necessarily follow trends, but sometimes when seemingly everyone is reading a book, I wonder what all the fuss is about. This one had a lot of WTFery going on until the very end. A federal agent is called to investigate the disappearances of two other agents in a small Idaho town. The plac...
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