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The Creeping Shadow; Discussion
Topic Started: Sep 16 2016, 02:48 PM (2,442 Views)
evillaugh
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Ok, I've finished TCS yesterday and I absolutely loved it. Iím thankful that two of my theories didnít come true, but an older one I had forgotten, did.
I read the whole book in one sitting and loved every moment of it: The horror, the suspension, the wit, the descriptions and the character developements. It does kinda end in a cliffhanger, but not as bad as the last oneÖkinda.
I have literally highlighted half the book and am trying not to scream into the void.

Now, for the spoilery part
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This book was so great!
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I LOVED it, and I'm still rereading it. I especially loved Lockwood, Holly, and the skull in this book. Favorite part was the Vauxhall black market.
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SO GOOD

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Yeah, better take those covers with a pinch of salt

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Hi, ive been fairly quiet since my last post. So ive just finished reading the book last week and i finished listening to the audiobook today. Its interesting the things you often notice when you hear the words rather than read as the narrator places emphasis on particular words.

Its been a while so hopefully i wont mess up the spoiler bit.

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MWAHAHAHAHA

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Kittycat
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Ahhhhhh so many questions. I wish I could chat properly with Mr. Stroud! I keep forgetting my questions so I've started writing them down.
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And that is so true, Shuror!! I read the L&Co books aloud to my little brother and despite how many hundreds of time I might have read them I always notice new details.
Welcome to Bartiforums, princess-leyla!! Here's a cookie: :cookie: And YESSSS for Locklye
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:welcome: princess-leyla! Yes, please do have a :cookie: and some tea.

I wouldn't mind Lucy narrating the books, she is the main character after all...
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Yeah, me too. I'm glad it's Lucy narrating. But I don't want it to end with her beginning narrating TSS or something, like in Artemis Fowl.
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Hi again everyone. Looks like theres been a few more responses. Its really good to read everyones comments as people often find stuff you miss.

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Yep! I feel like I'm analyzing this (and enjoying) so much just because it's a currently incomplete series. If I had discovered this much later I wouldn't have cared so much about reading it over and over again. Well, I'm glad I get to analyze books I actually love for once.
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I really enjoy reading everyones ideas. Its fun. Shame there isnt more of us on here to keep the thread busy. That said time for some spoilers

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