Cryer’s Cross, by Lisa McMann

cryerI have a strange relationship with Lisa McMann. I read the whole Wake trilogy sometime over the last year, and for each book I came away with an identical impression: not terribly well-written, but very fun to read. They are spooky supernatural fun, brain candy I suppose. I pulled this off the shelf at the library just to try it out, thinking I wouldn’t get very far, but as usual, I got sucked in. I love McMann’s imagination. Once again, I walked away thinking that the writing left a lot to be desired, but the story was so much fun that I just didn’t care all that much. I have a feeling this is a trend that’s going to hold forward in the future, and I’ll probably keep reading her books anyway…

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