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Scare Crow:A Crow's Row Love Story by [Hockley, Julie]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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About the Author

Julie Hockley, a lawyer by trade and a writer by love, is the author of the bestselling novel Crow's Row. She currently resides in Ontario, Canada, with her family.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1160 KB
  • Print Length: 337 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: iUniverse (25 Mar. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #178,223 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have literally just finished scare crow after reading it in one sitting and can't decide how I feel about it. Now, don't get me wrong it was written well and the author has a nice seemless writing style.

It starts where crows row finished which was a nice surprise and then takes you on a journey deeper into the underworld. You literally feel Emmy's pain of losing Cameron and I was willing them to meet again; sadly this is not to happen until the end of the book and when it did happen it felt rather rushed. The author gave very little insight into how Emmy felt which was disappointing considering her emotion was literally jumping out the pages at you throughout the book. The whole scene was nothing more than flat after an incredible build up. This is reason one I rated 3 stars.

Other reasons I rated 3 stars were than I just did not get Cameron's sudden change in mind that he wanted to find Emmy again - this was before he found that she was pregnant and may be in danger. Why was all the reasons that she could not be part of his world now less significant? Because he missed her? Who knows?

Another reason was Griff - although I loved his character I again could not see the relevance of where this relationship with Emmy was going. In my opinion, it made Emmy's character seem selfish and almost needy to the point where she was using Griff. This did not fit well with me as the author led us to believe she was the type of person who could light up the world, then this..... it was almost like she was a completely different person.

Overall however this was a good read and I would recommend it to others. I did enjoy the first book better and if there is a sequel I would consider buying it even though this one was pretty expensive for what it was.
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I did enjoy the book, although I felt it was a very slow burn to then find the story wasn't concluded. I wish Emmy and Cameron found their way back to each other half way through the book instead of at the end so we could read a little bit about how their relationship progresses. However, this book has set up what looks to be an action packed third book, which I hope we don't have to wait so long for. Also, I know the author probably doesn't have much say in this but I can't believe how expensive this book is for a download. When your used to paying 79p - £3.00 for books paying £8 something just seems extortionate.
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Worth the wait for sure but defiantly surprised me.

I loved Crows Row, one of my all time favourites and I love Julie Hockley for giving us such a series to cry, laugh, scream and swoon to. Scare Crow didn't disappoint me, it just shocked me that Julie decided to take the direction of brining a child into the series, Emmy and Camerons child.
I have read a brave few books that this sequence of events just didn't cut it, they were boring and conventional therefore once I discovered early on in the book that Emmy was pregnant I was a little apprehensive but the ending, when Emmy and Cameron finally came together I fully accepted that having a child was the right direction for the book.
Although I liked the book and still give it 4 stars, I was a little disappointed that Emmy and Cameron only interacted at the end, I was craving for them to find each other sooner and found myself looking forward in the chapters to see if they did. Unfortunately they aren't together until the very end.
I also wasn't sure of the relationship Emmy was forming with Griff, don't get me wrong I like Griff as a character but him and Emmy? I just wasn't sure (my opinion)
Having said all that I loved Carly in this book, she really grew on me. She gave Cameron great advice when he needed it and I found myself understanding her more, her loosing the babies and her genuine love for Emmy.
I do love this book, and find myself only giving it 4 stars because I gave Crows Row 5!
I hope the wait for the next one is shorter, because I don't think my heart can wait another year for the next one! lol
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It takes a special kind of book to blow my socks off. Out of the 80 odd books I've read so far this year there are probably no more than ten that have earned that accolade. And yes you've guessed it, but Scare Crow didn't just blow my socks off, it completely blew me away. Scare Crow has to join its place with Crow's Row as being yet again another brilliant read and one I'll never ever forget. And one I will revisit many times to live this unique story.

Julie Hockley has that special something that gives her writing a superb saga feel. You don't just sit there reading her characters, you live them, you breath them and you feel them.

Each character no matter what size role they play have substance;

Hunter and his idolising of Griff.

Griff and his friendship with Emmy.

Joseph and his terrific capabilities.

Manny and her stunningness and her need for power.

Carly and her need to part of a family and her guarded love.

Spider for his traits and his deep seated love of Carly.

Cameron and his need to keep Emily safe, but at what cost?

Victor aka Shield - say no more!

Meatball and his stinky breath.

Even Darlene and Maria, ah I loved those two Ladies!

Emmy is still my favourite this girl makes me smile, makes me gasp and makes me cry. Oh the need to give her some love and affection that she has been so starved off. Emmy seems to be up against everything but she is one thing; a survivor. And as we follow her journey we just have to survive with her and it's an emotional journey to take. Coupled with the want to kill anyone that leaves her and that treats her badly, yeah I was a wreck! And let's not forget her parents and the way they treat her - just plain nasty!
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