Tanglewood Road

Tanglewood Road Cody Langdon moves to Florida to start over after a failed suicide attempt His mom hopes the change in scenery will do him good than the medication he refuses to take but Cody hates the sweltering su

  • Title: Tanglewood Road
  • Author: Elliot Arthur Cross
  • ISBN: 9781484088678
  • Page: 419
  • Format: ebook
  • Cody Langdon moves to Florida to start over after a failed suicide attempt His mom hopes the change in scenery will do him good than the medication he refuses to take, but Cody hates the sweltering summer heat and the loneliness of living in a state without any friends.With several weeks to go until school begins, Cody sulks alone in the house while his mom works ReCody Langdon moves to Florida to start over after a failed suicide attempt His mom hopes the change in scenery will do him good than the medication he refuses to take, but Cody hates the sweltering summer heat and the loneliness of living in a state without any friends.With several weeks to go until school begins, Cody sulks alone in the house while his mom works Refusing to acclimatize himself to his new surroundings, he insists on wearing his usual black clothing and cranks the air conditioning all day.The odd thing is, Cody hasn t seen a single sign of life since his arrival on Tanglewood Road The lawns are well kept, cars are parked in the driveways, and trash is put out once a week, but Cody has never actually seen anyone living on the street Slowly, his thoughts spiral into obsession and paranoia Where is everyone Then Cody stumbles upon a support group for those who have survived demonic attacks The posts online only strengthen Cody s resolve when he learns about a murderous demon who has long stalked Southwest Florida Has this same demon set up residence on Tanglewood Road, or is Cody s cabin fever getting the best of him

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    1. Tanglewood Road follows 16 year old Cody, a boy who ends up seeing some crazy stuff and has to deal with it. It's an extremely quick read--on my Nook it's 82 pages. It took me two days just because I was so tired last night I was falling asleep with the Nook in my hand.It's got a deliciously creepy start, and I relished it. It easily could have been a Twilight Zone episode, albeit a particularly grotesque one. (In fact, there is actually an episode where a couple wakes up to a totally empty town [...]

    2. I received this book from the author, thru in exchange for an honest review. **Some of this sorta contains spoilers, as I attempt to set up the plot to my satisfaction. It does talk about things that happened in the book, but I don't believe I revealed anything that would ruin or take away from reading and enjoying this great book.**My Review:This book was so fascinating to read, that I read it in one night. It was scary and had some very realistic stories about what strange and unbelievable th [...]

    3. 3 1/2 - 4 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book ReviewsCody’s family moved to Florida after Cody’s failed suicide attempt in the hopes that a new start will bring Cody out of his depression. Cody hates Florida so he sulks alone in his house waiting for school to start, but he begins to notice something wrong on the street, there’s no signs of life. Cody begins to investigate the strange absence of neighbours and comes across a demonic survivors group on-line that talks about his street, an [...]

    4. A tightly-written horror story, Tanglewood Road is a quick, creepy and addictive read. It reminded me of some of the better Point Horror books, and I liked that Elliot Arthur Cross updated the 'teen horror' formula by writing a lead character who's a gay teenager. Less clear is whether Cross intended our teen lead's parents to be quite so stupid, or if it was a necessity of the plot. (What parent leaves their recently suicidal son alone by flying away for two days?)The book's opening is supremel [...]

    5. I received this book in return for a honest review.I throughly enjoyed this book. I read it in one sitting, given it was a short read. I was hooked from the beginning. The story was told very well. It always seems so easy to put into words what I dislike about a book. In the case of Tanglewood Road I have nothing bad to say. I loved the way it was written, loved the characters and the ending was fantastic. Are there books to follow? I sure hope so! Would love to continue the story of all the Dem [...]

    6. Clearly Cross is an excellent story teller. He was able to build suspense from the get go and the interactions with the daemon where solidly imaginative and well written. Unfortunately I just didn't click with the main character, Cody. For some reason I couldn't bring myself to care enough about the character to read this pretty short, only 138 pages, book in a timely manor. Although I didn't connect with this book I encourage other to give it a try.

    7. This was a fun, quick read. I enjoyed following Cody as he works at figuring out the mystery of Tanglewood Road. I really hope there is another book on the way with the same characters!

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