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Lisa Unger hardly ever disappoints, and I think this is one of her best. Suspense, thrills, second-guessing, creepy kid(s) ... this novel kept me on the edge of my seat and kept me enthralled in the world of The Hollows.
Story about insecure babysitter and sinister boy she cares for. Not suspenseful for me.
This was a humdinger of a mystery and I devoured it in one day. I definitely recommend it and I'm so glad I discovered this author--thanks to the person who reviewed her other works and gave me a new list of books to read!
I have always found that books or movies with creepy kids in them give me the chills. This book was no exception. In the Blood is suspenseful, disturbing, and gripping. I had a difficult time knowing who was going to rise above evil and who was going to fall. I was trusting, throughout the novel, that some characters would come out okay. The ending was a bit convoluted, but overall this was a great read.
Binge read this in a day, soo good! Plot twists galore that keep you guessing to the end!
This is the first Lisa Unger book that I have read and I truly enjoyed it. In fact I binge-read it pretty much in an afternoon! I had guessed the outcome fairly early on, but it was one of those stories that kept me second-guessing myself, so I just had to finish it! The main character was wonderful - I loved the honesty about inner thoughts and feelings. The plot was interesting and compelling. Looking forward to enjoying another of her books!
Great psychological mystery about a girl who lives a life of lies to protect herself. There are lots of twists and turns as you learn the truth and the ending is a surprise I didn't see coming.
great psychological thriller; lots of unexpected twists. Started reading this book, and thought I knew where it was going after the first chapter, but actually did not, and was hooked.
If, like me, you think you've figured out "in the blood," think again. This book has so many twists and turns and leads you along in so many different paths that it is only when you finally finish the book that you are completely satisfied that all the loose ends have been tied.
Lana goes to tutor Luke and thus begins a strange relationship. Is this the cause of all the strange events that ensue? Read the book to find out.
I am either missing something or I have higher expectations. I read half the book and could not really stay interested enough to finish.