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It s been five years since Christopher Creed disappeared, four since Torey Adams launched his website, ChrisCreed.com, in an attempt to make sense of the the way his classmate vanished into thin air Five years and not a single, solitary trace of Chris Creed has ever been found Then Torey posts a new message on his website a body has been discovered in the woods outside of Steepleton.Mike Mavic, a legally blind college reporter who seesthan most, has been a huge fan of ChrisCreed.com f It s been five years since Christopher Creed disappeared, four since Torey Adams launched his website, ChrisCreed.com, in an attempt to make sense of the the way his classmate vanished into thin air Five years and not a single, solitary trace of Chris Creed has ever been found Then Torey posts a new message on his website a body has been discovered in the woods outside of Steepleton.Mike Mavic, a legally blind college reporter who seesthan most, has been a huge fan of ChrisCreed.com from the beginning Chris s story, told with both sympathy and honesty by Adams, is not so very different from his own right down to the domineering and obsessively controlling mother When he reads Torey s latest post, Mike knows he has to get to Steepleton Here is his chance to uncover a story that could well and truly launch his career as a journalist More than that, he can face his own demons but do it from a step removed by telling Chris Creed s tale instead of his own Determined to get to the root of the Creed disappearance, Mike sells his laptop and buys a plane ticket for New Jersey.When he arrives in town, Mike learns two things right away The first is that the body in the woods is not Christopher Creed s, but that doesn t necessarily kill his story Because the second thing Mike discovers is that Steepleton has been living under a cloud of bad luck and ill feelings ever since Creed disappeared To the current crop of high school kids, Chris Creed s vanishing act is just another local legend something from the past that doesn t mean anything important to them, with one exception Chris Creed s brother Justin, now a high school student himself, has recently become obsessed with his brother s vanishing act Deeply troubled and falling quickly into drug addiction, Justin teeters on the edge of mental catastrophe As he travels about Steepleton completing his interviews, Mike struggles to hang on to his journalistic objectivity and still find a way to help Justin learn what happened to Christopher Creed.I loved The Body of Christopher Creed, so a sequel written along the same lines a psychological mystery powered by an ever increasing thread of tension would have hard time living up to the standard that the first book set But while Following Christopher Creed is undoubtedly another top flight psychological mystery, it is also markedly different from its predecessor in some respects Where the first novel waslike a cable being wound ever tighter, this sequel is that same cable as it frays and then comes steadily unwound It is the unraveling of kinks and knots that leads to a central core of truth.The Body of Christopher Creed was essentially two stories, a pair of excellent, intricate character studies The life of Christopher Creed was revealed in absentia and the reader watched Torey Adams in the present as his relentless quest for the truth gradually alienated him from most of the other residents of Steepleton Following Christopher Creed is also built around two stories It s about the events that have lead to Justin Creed s slide toward drug abuse and mental illness since his brother s disappearance and also about Mike Mavic s journey toward making peace with his own difficult past As with the first novel, Ms Plum Ucci has used prose, plot and pacing here brilliantly to hook the reader from the first scene and keep him or her feverishly turning pages until the very end.Note It is not strictly necessary to have read The Body of Christopher Creed before you read Following Christopher Creed although you should, because it is amazing Where information fro the first book is needed, Ms Plum Ucci has made clever use of Mavic s exhaustive knowledge of the contents of ChrisCreed.com to fill in the necessary background (((Download))) ☟ Following Christopher Creed ↚ Years later what really happened to Christopher Creed When Torey Adams posts on his blog that a body has been found in Steepleton four years after Christopher Creed disappeared college reporter Mike Mavic sells his laptop and hops a plane to capture the story that will undoubtedly launch his journalistic career But what Mike finds is a town suffering under a cloud of bad frequency and people with an underlying streak of meanness To the teens of Steepleton, Chris is nothing than history but to Justin Creed, a teen obsessed with his older brother s memory and balancing on the edge of sanity, discovering what really happened to Chris Creed is a matter of life and death If you re a reader like me, you probably finished The Body of Christopher Creed feeling like it finished well Mysteries remained, but the story was over as far as we were concerned If you re like me, you were probably at least a little surprised to see Following Christopher Creed on the shelf, a sequel to the story that didn t seem to need a sequel.And if you re a reader like me, you re intrigued anyway Following Christopher Creed picks up four years after the events of Christopher Creed s sti If you re a reader like me, you probably finished The Body of Christopher Creed feeling like it finished well Mysteries remained, but the story was over as far as we were concerned If you re like me, you were probably at least a little surprised to see Following Christopher Creed on the shelf, a sequel to the story that didn t seem to need a sequel.And if you re a reader like me, you re intrigued anyway Following Christopher Creed picks up four years after the events of Christopher Creed s still unsolved disappearance, with Mike Mavic Mike is a hopeful college reporter investigating a recently found dead body, thinking it might be that of the long lost teen Mike is also nearly blind, and dealing with some pretty severe trauma of his own With the help of his girlfriend, he meditates and struggles through his many boundaries using the power of positive thinking and concentration.If you re a reader like me, here s where you ll start to wonder how some of this is relevant Mike s story sometimes veers off into long discussions about quantum thought and bad frequency, and while many familiar characters appear in these pages, they seem sidelined somehow It ends up being important to the ending, and I think to the point of the story but even so, the book drags some in the middle, due largely to the perspective of its narrator, seeing in the shadows and questioning everything To be honest, it was a struggle to get through some of this.But, if you re a reader like me, you ll see a glimmer of potential there in those shadows And I m happy to say that in this case, the potential pans out into a pitch perfect ending that made this reader want to read it all over again to see how that trick was pulled off I really did go back to read a few key passages to see what I missed, how I didn t see it But the truth is simple I didn t see it because Carol Plum Ucci didn t want me to Following Christopher Creed may look like an unnecessary sequel there on the shelf, or it may read at times like an irrelevant side trip in the story of Christopher Creed Trust me on this it s neither Perhaps you ll see the ending coming I didn t and for a reader like me, an ending that can surprise and delight and satisfy as this one did makes it all worth it I remember reading The Body of Christopher Creed in high school and LOVING it because it was just so creepy It was a well done psychological thriller And it was my first psychological thriller, that is , so automatically it has a soft spot in my heart When I first heard of Following Christopher Creed, I was a bit put off The Body of Christopher Creed was so amazing that I feel that it didn t need a sequel And, unfortunately, I was right Following Christopher Creed never lives up to the br I remember reading The Body of Christopher Creed in high school and LOVING it because it was just so creepy It was a well done psychological thriller And it was my first psychological thriller, that is , so automatically it has a soft spot in my heart When I first heard of Following Christopher Creed, I was a bit put off The Body of Christopher Creed was so amazing that I feel that it didn t need a sequel And, unfortunately, I was right Following Christopher Creed never lives up to the brilliance that is its predecessor.Following Christopher Creed was, most of the time, a bloated, boring book Sure, some interesting things happened here and there, but reading most of the book was tedious I also found the characters in The Body of Christopher Creeddeveloped and thereforeintriguing While I did like Mike and RayAnn, I never got a clear reading of them, particularly when it comes to Mike Now maybe this was the author s intention, but it made me feel very disconnected to Mike Revisiting with the characters of the previous novel was pretty cool, but that only lasted for a few chapters.Another thing I didn t understand was why the author built up this side plot at the beginning with Steepleton having bad karma, yet never elaborated on it I thought that should ve been the focus Following Christopher Creed What makes Steepleton tick Why is it that while most towns see change, Steepleton remains the same and never evolves She brings up these questions, but answers are never forthcoming Normally, the lack of answers doesn t really tend to bother me, but I guess I was latching on to the Steepleton theory because it was really the only thing in Following Christopher Creed that intrigued me I found the rest meh.So, two stars for the ending which I really did NOT see coming but really should have I think I m off my game and for some moments of interest But really, I found Following Christopher Creed to be an unnecessary sequel that never reaches the awesomeness that was The Body of Christopher Creed, let alone surpasses it This book is a thrilling adventure following Mike Mavic, a visually challenged college newspaper reporter, as he goes into the search 4 years after the disappearance of Christopher Creed in Steepleton, New Jersey I liked how they kept it in Mike s perspective throughout the book And how the author created an event to bring the original characters back into play I loved that the book would make you have to go back and read over it to make sure you were not just thinking they had said somethin This book is a thrilling adventure following Mike Mavic, a visually challenged college newspaper reporter, as he goes into the search 4 years after the disappearance of Christopher Creed in Steepleton, New Jersey I liked how they kept it in Mike s perspective throughout the book And how the author created an event to bring the original characters back into play I loved that the book would make you have to go back and read over it to make sure you were not just thinking they had said something and you read over it And finally I love how the author made the atmosphere in the book very gloomy and mysterious, even the cover has a mysterious gloom upon it that makes you just want to find out what hides inside it I remembered absolutely loving The Body of Christopher Creed and not being able to put it down When I found Following Christopher Creed I was beyond excited I started by re reading The Body of Christopher Creed this morning, and read Following Christopher Creed right after Unfortunately, I was disappointed with the latter To me, Following Christopher Creed was drawn out up until around the last 20 pages or so Only then, did I develop any sort of appreciation for how the novel had I remembered absolutely loving The Body of Christopher Creed and not being able to put it down When I found Following Christopher Creed I was beyond excited I started by re reading The Body of Christopher Creed this morning, and read Following Christopher Creed right after Unfortunately, I was disappointed with the latter To me, Following Christopher Creed was drawn out up until around the last 20 pages or so Only then, did I develop any sort of appreciation for how the novel had been crafted and yes, I am slow to admit it but the ending did take me by surprise I loved the first book The Body of Christopher Creed, naturally I was surprised as well as ecstatic when I found out Plum Ucci was writing a fallow up novel I couldn t find the book so I got it on audible and put it on my ipod Loved it In the beginning I had a lot of questions about why she would choose to write about a character not in the original book, but by the end it all made sense If you liked the first one I strongly suggest you read the second. I really liked The Body of Christopher Creed when I first read it, and I really didn t care for this one I m not sure if it s a weaker book or I m just a different reader, to be honest It might be the difference between being a high school reader and an adult reader, but I was way less interested in the protagonist, and had some real issues with the depiction of women The twist at the end though was satisfying, and I didn t see it coming until right before it happened. This sequel certainly wasn t necessary And after I began reading about Mike, I wasn t convinced that this book would go anywhere, and it didn t I m glad that I skipped the middle 250 pages of this unnecessarily long book to FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED TO Christopher Creed I wasn t particularly surprised at the twist that Mike is Chris, and I have no problem giving it away now because everyone should be satisfied with the first book and ignore this sequel. I never realized that The Body of Christopher Creed had a sequel Christopher Creed doesn t particularly stand out in my mind, but I love Streams of Babel and sequel, so I ll give this a shot I never realized that The Body of Christopher Creed had a sequel Christopher Creed doesn t particularly stand out in my mind, but I love Streams of Babel and sequel, so I ll give this a shot