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“The Creeping” by Alexandra Sirowy

I finished reading this book last night. There is some teenage angst going on throughout the entire book. In a couple of places, I found it to be a little annoying but I wasn’t annoyed enough to stop reading. I guess I was determined enough to find out how the story ended. The story line was a good one so if you can over look the teenage angst and just focus on the story, then you may find this book enjoyable. That or the young adult crowd might find this book enjoyable to read.

Synopsis: Eleven years ago, Stella and Jeanie disappeared. Only Stella came back.

Now all she wants is a summer full of cove days, friends, and her gorgeous crush – until a fresh corpse leads Stella down a path of ancient evil and secrets.

Stella believes remembering what happened to Jeanie will save her. It won’t.

She used to know better than to believe in what slinks through the shadows. Not anymore.

4 thoughts on ““The Creeping” by Alexandra Sirowy

  1. I havent read this book. But going through the synopsis, I have a feeling that it is like the ‘night watchers’ being aired on netflix.

    Its not difficult to read through the teenage drama in a haunted novel, but I guess it isnt the kind of thing that I would want to read.

    On a scale of 10, how much would you recommend reading this?

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    1. If you can overlook the teenage angst going on during the course of the book, I would probably say about a 7 out of 10. I think this book may be geared more towards the teenagers or the people who like young adult novels.


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