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Upon reading this book again(my first review back in 2000 and btw..thats my mother's ID..my ID is Deaderman)., I find myself with a dislike for the story now. Read morePublished on March 17 2004 by Diane Kuyper
This book was not at all enjoyable to me. I honestly hope that this author does not look upon "Baltimore Goths" the way he portrayed him in the book. Read morePublished on Jan. 17 2003
First time reader (I've seen the movies) of The Crow series, and I'm certainly glad I picked this as my first book. I've now started collecting some of the others as well. Read morePublished on Sept. 24 2002 by Grambopie
Very very well written and enjoyable. A must read for sure again and again. The Poe angle added a very wicked touch. Read morePublished on June 12 2002 by Deron Nevels
I have read many crow theme books and i didn't enjoy this one. Maybe i just have high standards...but it was way too predictable, and could of been written alot better. Read morePublished on Sept. 30 2001 by Elise
i just finish reading this book and i have to say that it was one fascinating novel....totally awesome!Published on Aug. 7 2001 by Richie Laurencin
Bischoff succesfully captures the dark, forbidding atmosphere of Charm City in his Crow novel. Who better to become the undead avenger than a specialist in the literature adored by... Read morePublished on Nov. 7 2000 by Robert L. welch
i liked this book too..it also added a point to ponder...who was more evil,Marquette or Blessing?good additionPublished on Aug. 18 2000 by Diane Kuyper
I thought the book was a little short. The author doesn't really develope his story. He seems more interested to kill off the "villains" as quickly as possible. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 1999