Monday, May 11, 2015

Wayward by Blake Crouch

4 Stars
"Will this place ever feel like home?"
"I don't know," Pam said as she stood.  "That's entirely up to you."
Me reading Wayward . . .

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and . . .

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Have you guys read these yet? At least tell me you’ve got the 10 episode television series set to record on your DVR. In case you’re one of the five people left on the planet who has yet to hear about these books, here’s some bad news . . . I can’t really tell you anything that goes down. The not knowing is all the fun.

Here’s what I’m willing to share. Book #2 of the Wayward Pines series shows us that there is a new sheriff in town . . .

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We find out what the townspeople do in their spare time . . .

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Then . . .

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Seriously. You have to read (or watch) for yourself. And right when you think you have it allllllll figured out because . . .

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You’ll find out you still know diddly squat. Bring on #3! That’s where the . . .

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"What. Have. You. Done? And he began to run."

If you’re looking for something that will keep you up reading way past your bedtime or sitting on the edge of your chair from all the not-knowing, I can’t think of a better suggestion than this series.

ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, NetGalley!

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