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Jena. 23. Green Eyes. Coffee. Music. And, obviously books.

Cryer's Cross

Cryer's Cross - Lisa McMann Creepy! But, oh so good. And the cover, goes so perfectly with the story.Cryer's Cross starts off when Tiffany Quinn goes missing in Kendall's small town of only 212 people. It nerves the citizens because Cryers Cross is peaceful and Tiffany is never found. Life goes on, and things go back to normal, but then Kendall's boyfriendish (yes, I say ish for a reason), Nico, goes missing as well. Kendall and her OCD are in terrible form... she's heartbroken over Nico. She starts to distract herself with soccer and hanging out with the new kids in town: Jacian and Marlena. Kendall still can't shake the feeling that there's a connection between Nico and Tiffany's disappearances, so when she starts to hear strange voices, that seem to be Nico's, well she would do anything to save him.This book was creepy yes, and that seems to be all that people see, but I don't. I don't think it was as creepy as everyone is making it out to be. It's defiantly strange, but there's more of a story here... there's learning how to cope with illnesses like OCD, learning how to move on and not give up, learning that you will always need good friends, and well of course there's romance.I really liked Kendall and Jacian, they certainly helped each other change for the better. "I'm feeling an urge to smack you again" (Hehe