A Sound of Crying Staying at her cousin s house while her mother is in the hospital Polly Devenish begins to have strange dreams in which she becomes a sad frightened young girl who lived in the same house long ago

  • Title: A Sound of Crying
  • Author: Rodie Sudbery
  • ISBN: 9780841520059
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Staying at her cousin s house while her mother is in the hospital, Polly Devenish begins to have strange dreams in which she becomes a sad, frightened young girl who lived in the same house long ago.

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    180 thoughts on “A Sound of Crying”

    1. One of my favorite books growing up, and one I wish more people had read. A pervasive dread and terrible sadness permeates the story, and the characters are well-drawn, the plotting superb, and the emotions it evokes unforgettable. Definitely a book worth seeking out online or in secondhand bookstores, since it's sadly long out of print.


    2. It just came to me! I've been trying to remember the name of this book for a solid month and as I was falling asleepm! A Sound of Crying. I always referred to it as, "The Sarah Story", to my friends as a kid. I could see the cover in my mind clearly, but not the title. I absolutely loved this book. I read and re-read it. I guess I was about 9 when I read it for the first time, but would pick it up and read it again and again for many years. It was such a good ghost story. I am a sucker for a cla [...]


    3. Interesting and well told ghost story, with similarly well told framing story. I would have given it four stars, except that it's obviously a British novel that has been Americanized to be suitable to 's audience, which means that some elements of the story simply no longer really make sense.


    4. Even though the ending was predictable, because this was written for a 12ish year old? I had so much fun reading, even felt the suspense for the end!


    5. It's funny how a book can rather sneak up on you. In the beginning, my impressions of A Sound of Crying weren't particularly positive--the dialogue and characters seemed distractingly dated, and the children were so formal as to seem entirely unchildlike. It was easy reading, but nothing I could pull myself into. And yet. At some point, the story here became something I couldn't walk away from, with characters who felt real and true to their own world, no different from children I might happen a [...]


    6. At the beginning of this book I found it quite bland, it didn't spark my interest until Polly starts dreaming. After that the book did liven up a bit. I liked the concept of dreaming about the past, and then learning that those dreams were based on real events.


    7. This was one of the first suspenseful books I ever read as a child. I rember being totally captivated.


    8. Another of my childhood favorites. One of the joys of my book-buying life was finding a copy of this in hardcover!!



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