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Thursday, February 2, 2017

Review: Seed by Ania Ahlborn

Seed by Ania Ahlborn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

First read down for #cjsreads2017!  This is a reread for me in anticipation for Ania's new book, The Devil Crept In, releasing on 2/7/17.  See my review for The Devil Crept In which includes a list and synopses of all her work.  I mean, really people - every single one of her books have been brilliant.  While I like some more than others, they never fail to entertain. If you're a fan of Insidious, you'll love this story. <3


Jack fled his home as a kid, picked up by a truck driver and never looked back. He built a new life with a wife he loves and two daughters that are his world. After a car crash, where he spotted two glowing eyes that seemed eerily familiar, his youngest daughter, Charlie, begins to act odd... and gets worse with each passing day. His past has caught up to him and is using his daughter to pull him back in the game. You just can't run away from shadows - they're EVERYWHERE.

There's something just so damn creepy about evil children. Don't ya think? I'm so glad that I reread this book. It's a reminder of how awesome of a writer I consider Ania. Especially as a debut novel! It pulled me in from the first chapter and kept my attention throughout. I didn't get quite the creep factor as I did from the first read, but that's only because I knew what I was walking into. I'm still looking around my room right now, wondering what could be hiding in any of my shadows. Ok, so maybe I did just creep myself out again! Perfect reread before her new book, The Devil Crept In, comes out. Extremely fitting.. and if you've read both, you know exactly what I'm talking about! Upping my original 4 star rating to 5 full creepy stars.

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