Now that I’ve read this book, I feel like I see crows everywhere I go.
As the Crow Flies tells of several people in varying states of troubles within their lives. Some of them know each other already, some of them don’t but find themselves ultimately connected later. Each of them has momentary conflicting memories that they can’t explain. Most troubling is the sudden appearance of people in town who were believed to be dead.
Horror movie fans might have a slight advantage when reading As the Crow Flies
I’m not much of a horror movie fan, but there were a few moments that were themed with classic horror films that I think everyone would recognize. That was interesting and I think helped with imaging certain moment in the story. It’s not necessary to be familiar with any horror movies at all to enjoy this book. I can attest to that.
- The story line is full of surprises
- It’s impossible to predict the ending
- You enjoy thinking about a book for days after you’ve finished reading.
- You hate birds and this book shows them as the monsters that they truly are.
Rysa Walker and Caleb Amsel have delivered an action-packed horror show of a story with As the Crow Flies. The book has a bit of a slow start following the perspective of a possessed crow. The crow is spying on several people, and why this matters isn’t immediately apparent, but it’s well worth the read to find out.