“The small town of Cryer’s Cross is rocked by tragedy when an unassuming freshman disappears without a trace. Kendall Fletcher wasn’t that friendly with the missing girl, but the angst wreaks havoc on her OCD-addled brain.

When a second student goes missing-someone close to Kendall’s heart- the community is in an uproar. Caught in a downward spiral of fear and anxiety, Kendall’s not sure she can hold it together. When she she starts hearing voices of the missing, calling out to her and pleading for help, she fears she’s losing her grip on reality. But when she finds messages scratched in a desk at school-messages that could only be from the missing student who used to sit there-Kendall decides that crazy or not, she’d never forgive herself if she didn’t act on her suspicions.

Something’s not right in Cryer’s Cross-and Kendall’s about to find out just how far the townspeople will go to keep their secrets buried.” -The back of the ARC

This book was so creepy and suspenseful. Very intense stuff here. It was really good though. I especially liked Kendall, and I thought it was really interesting getting this kind of story from the perspective of a character who suffers from OCD. The book is also written in present tense, which I don’t always enjoy, but I think it really worked for this book. I also find that sometimes when things are written in present tense, especially character’s thoughts, I find it to seem kind of confusing. At times, I thought that about this book, but I thought it worked, because it seemed to further indicate the state of Kendall’s mind, especially dealing with the disappearances. I also really liked the setting, the small town, all that. This was a really awesome scary book. If you’re into scary books, with intensity and major suspense, with a brilliant conclusion; then “Cryer’s Cross” is for you! I give it four and half stars!

If you would like to find out more about “Cryer’s Cross”, then go to the website on Simon&Schuster, and Lisa McMann’s website.

Thank you to Simon Pulse, Simon & Schuster publishing for the ARC/review copy, and giving me the chance to review this book. 
Note to readers: Review copies provided by the publisher/author do not influence my reviews whatsoever, these are my REAL OPINIONS!