Beneath the Lake

Beneath the Lake

by Casi McLean

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BN ID: 2940151140089
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 08/05/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 398
Sales rank: 800,467
File size: 337 KB

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Beneath the Lake 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
CelticDruid 3 months ago
Beneath the Lake by Casi McLean I got sucked right in. I loved how it was not just a mystery but had a love story that was the sweetest thing ever. There were no explicit sex scenes but that was fine. it was just in tune to the rest of the book. The book had so many twists and turns that I felt kind of dizzy. Now that isn’t a bad thing, I love a book that keeps me on my toes. There is a part two that I am going to just love I know it. I know I read fast but I had this book in one day. That is how good it was. I love how she brought in a lot of things from the ’40s and ’50s into her book. I am a sucker for vintage sets and scenery. The whole lake set up is the best I have read in a long time. 5 out of 5 stars Celtic
LittleMissBookmark More than 1 year ago
This is the first book that I've read by Casi McLean and I believe the first that I've read about time-travel. I'm thinking that I'm wrong about that though ... Before sitting down to write this review, I really scoured other reviews to make sure that I wouldn't leak a secret that would really ruin the book for someone. This was not a fun task ... I absolutely hate reading what someone else thinks of a book right before I write my review, I don't want their thoughts to sway what I think, you know? Anyhow ... I ended up writing down my thoughts and then taking out spoilers. Worked out pretty well, I think. Okay ... it's no secret that this book is about time-travel. It's all over Goodreads and it's not something that everyone is keeping quiet. I'm a-okay with the idea of time-travel. Buuuutttt ... when the story jumps from 2011 to 2012 to 1949 ... it's a bit much. I almost got whiplash just trying to keep up with the times. The switching was so confusing at the beginning of the book that I almost put the book down a few times. It just really stole something from the book. I wasn't able to completely immerse myself into the story because I never felt like I was on steady ground because of the disorienting time changes. The meat of the story was good but then again, there was just so much going on that I couldn't fully enjoy the crux of the whole book. For it to read as slow as it did, you wouldn't think that there would be too many things going on. There was a lot of inner dialogue and explanations that were a little too lengthy for my taste. When you mash the POV flip-flops, the time changes, the slowness and the amount of plots and sub-plots going on ... it just didn't end up well for me. I wanted to like it and I did at some points of the story but those times weren't frequent enough to redeem the entire book for me. Also, at the end, there were quite a few typos. They came out of nowhere! There weren't any at the beginning of the book and then I'm on my last few pages and BAM! Typos. It was so weird and almost as if someone was editing and then chunked a deuce, said f-it and walked away ten pages from the end. Very strange. Not the book for me but it's a sweet story. Quite a few people have enjoyed it, I'm the mutant at table 9 on this one. * I received this novel in exchange for an honest review *
Starr_Reina More than 1 year ago
I couldn’t put “Beneath the Lake” by Casi McLean down. Warning! If you don’t have time to sit down and read, don’t pick this book up. Seriously, it grabbed me from sentence one and you won’t want to put this book down and go back to work. Innocently, Piper invites her best friend Lacey to a party. At the party, Lacey finds her boyfriend Cole in the arms of another woman. Dashing from the party, she rushes out into a storm and ends up crashing her car. It’s when she wakes us her journey begins. It’s a voyage beyond one’s imagination. Lacey has always had issues with trust and love, stemming from the death of her mother. She seems to constantly pick the wrong man. Cole quickly becomes a bad memory when Lacey meets (again?) her true soulmate. I really don’t want to say much more about the story for fear of ruining it for the reader. Suffice it to say, Lacey goes on a fantastical trip, bringing the reader with her. I will say however, it’s history in the making. Can I give it ten stars? Most reviews are up to five stars, but it’s not enough for this book. Casi has such amazing talent that I’m breaking the mold and giving her 10 STARS. I absolutely recommend this book! Reviewed by Starr Gardiner, author of “The Other Side: Melinda’s Story,” part of the Other Side series