Watch

Watch Before he knew about the bruises he knew about the cheating And before he knew about the cheating he knew about the blood He d seen Edgar with blood on his hands before after all But there had been

  • Title: Watch
  • Author: Cass J. McMain
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • Before he knew about the bruises, he knew about the cheating And before he knew about the cheating, he knew about the blood He d seen Edgar with blood on his hands before, after all But there had been and of it and Edgar had seemed less and less concerned about hiding it Some people inherit the strangest things Corky inherits her Uncle Moony s diary, sheBefore he knew about the bruises, he knew about the cheating And before he knew about the cheating, he knew about the blood He d seen Edgar with blood on his hands before, after all But there had been and of it and Edgar had seemed less and less concerned about hiding it Some people inherit the strangest things Corky inherits her Uncle Moony s diary, she finds he had a strange and frightening obsession about his brother a brother with his own disturbing practices Moony watched Edgar as though his life depended on it Edgar watched his brother right back But Edgar disappeared, and now nobody has seen him for years.Corky can t decide which one was crazier Now that Moony is gone, who will be forced to take up the next watch, and who will be watched What has she really inherited

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  • This is a different take on the vampire story and a very good read it is too. Corky is summoned to her uncle's deathbed and is given a silver cross and a mirror and on his death, inherits his collection of vampire books. Amongst them is a leather-bound diary in which her uncle records his fears about his brother - her absent father. He suspects him of drinking blood after seeing him do it as a child and in adulthood he follows him and sees things which harden his suspicions.I found the writing s [...]


  • What a weird book this was I don't even know how to describe it, other than to say that it felt like there were several different stories going on at the same time, with interconnected characters, and no resolution to any of them in the end. The writing was fine - I finished it, after all, and relatively quickly even for me - but it looped over and around the different characters' perspectives in a meandering way that left me with a puzzled frown throughout. The book blurb describes it as a tale [...]


  • A little over a year ago, I wrote a review for Cass McMain's first book, Sunflower. Her second book, Watch, seems like a departure, plot-wise. It certainly is a bit darker. But, readers will be treated to the relatable characters and amazing dialogue that are McMain's specialty. She is even able to write interesting conversations between children, without ever making it feel like you're reading YA.Watch opens on a realistic family drama: Corky visits her dying uncle who is sharing family secrets [...]


  • "Watch" by: Cass J McMain. Interesting, kind of dark, family drama that deals with the question Are there really vampires? Are there people who enjoy drinking blood and those who enjoy giving the blood. This story starts off with Corky visiting her dying Uncle Moony. He has a collection of vampire books to give to his niece, and one journal that he wants to make sure she gets. Due to her Uncle's dementia his family just says that he is rambling.Corky is drawn into this mysterious world of "Sangu [...]


  • A vampire theme, but not a vampire book as we've grown to expect. This is an intelligent, realistic book - no fantasy about it. I was drawn in from the very start, and stayed that way until the somewhat creepy ending. Well written and impeccably presented.


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