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“He's always watching. Everything you do, everywhere you go, everyone you meet. Even if you can't see him, he'll be somewhere around. Always filming you.” When she was a little girl, Jess once saw a man filming her during a family holiday. Years later, she saw the same man filming her in the park. Now, as she approaches her mid-twenties, Jess sees the same man again. An “He's always watching. Everything you do, everywhere you go, everyone you meet. Even if you can't see him, he'll be somewhere around. Always filming you.” When she was a little girl, Jess once saw a man filming her during a family holiday. Years later, she saw the same man filming her in the park. Now, as she approaches her mid-twenties, Jess sees the same man again. And this time, her best friend just happens to have gone missing. Soon, Jess is plunged into a nightmare that nobody else believes could be real. Haunted by the sight of the camera man, but never able to get to him, she begins to lose her mind. But is Jess suffering from paranoia, or is the man really following her? And if he's real, then why will he go to any lengths to capture her entire life on film? The Camera Man is a horror novel about a woman haunted by a mysterious figure, about a man driven to insanity by a voice in his mind, and about a dark force that is finally ready to break through to this world.


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“He's always watching. Everything you do, everywhere you go, everyone you meet. Even if you can't see him, he'll be somewhere around. Always filming you.” When she was a little girl, Jess once saw a man filming her during a family holiday. Years later, she saw the same man filming her in the park. Now, as she approaches her mid-twenties, Jess sees the same man again. An “He's always watching. Everything you do, everywhere you go, everyone you meet. Even if you can't see him, he'll be somewhere around. Always filming you.” When she was a little girl, Jess once saw a man filming her during a family holiday. Years later, she saw the same man filming her in the park. Now, as she approaches her mid-twenties, Jess sees the same man again. And this time, her best friend just happens to have gone missing. Soon, Jess is plunged into a nightmare that nobody else believes could be real. Haunted by the sight of the camera man, but never able to get to him, she begins to lose her mind. But is Jess suffering from paranoia, or is the man really following her? And if he's real, then why will he go to any lengths to capture her entire life on film? The Camera Man is a horror novel about a woman haunted by a mysterious figure, about a man driven to insanity by a voice in his mind, and about a dark force that is finally ready to break through to this world.

30 review for The Camera Man

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stormie

    This was the most irritating book ever! This author must not have an editor. In all her books she makes errors with character names, but also she uses he when she means she. This book was extremely irritating & I was actually hoping for Jess to die! This girl was so annoying I was getting frustrated.

  2. 5 out of 5

    John Morris

    Disappointing I was bored, well before I got halfway through this book. It would have been better as a short story. The plot seemed laboured and drawn out. I have awarded previous, books written by Amy Cross, a score of either 4 or even 5 stars but this one was a dud.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Julie Gutierrez

    Amy Cross always delivers. This book was pretty good! I loved how the suspense built up and when the climax in the story happened everything fell into place. There were hints dropped here and there about what was happening to Jessica and I thought they were well placed in the book. Amy Cross is a fantastic author. She writes about the macabre side of life and I love that about her! She truly is a great writer and I can't stress that enough. Pick up this book or you'll be missing out on something Amy Cross always delivers. This book was pretty good! I loved how the suspense built up and when the climax in the story happened everything fell into place. There were hints dropped here and there about what was happening to Jessica and I thought they were well placed in the book. Amy Cross is a fantastic author. She writes about the macabre side of life and I love that about her! She truly is a great writer and I can't stress that enough. Pick up this book or you'll be missing out on something great. I first read Amy Cross's Dark Season book sand ever since then I've been in love with her books. I especially loved "Asylum" and "Ghosts." Those were some of the best reads. I recently read "Printer from Hell" and it was amazing. It was a crazy trip and I loved every minute I read of it. I think anyone who loves horror will love Amy Cross's books, so do yourself a favor and pick up one of her many books.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Julie Powell

    I do enjoy this author's work even if the main character can be annoying...yes, her timidity is explained but sometimes I wanted to shake her out of her passiveness. This story has an original feel and certainly hones in on today's need for constant surveillance. It was more paranormal than horror, although, it did have its moments and I do prefer the psychological aspects to stories, anyway. And horror is in the mind of the beholder. There is one thing that annoys me when reading a story - when i I do enjoy this author's work even if the main character can be annoying...yes, her timidity is explained but sometimes I wanted to shake her out of her passiveness. This story has an original feel and certainly hones in on today's need for constant surveillance. It was more paranormal than horror, although, it did have its moments and I do prefer the psychological aspects to stories, anyway. And horror is in the mind of the beholder. There is one thing that annoys me when reading a story - when it is written by an English author and set in England, why does it have American spelling, words and phrases? A few typos, too, but I still enjoyed the overall writing style. A good read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gerald Browning

    A well paced slow burn With well drawn characters and a decent storyline, Amy Cross draws you in with a chilling tale of our obsession with the lens. Timid Jessica has been watched all her life. What is worse than that is by whom. Or what. Jessica feels her sanity leaving her as she notices a man with a camera taking pictures of her for her entire life. When her friend goes missing because she notices a camera man, Jessica is forced into a chain of events which lead to her finding out the secret o A well paced slow burn With well drawn characters and a decent storyline, Amy Cross draws you in with a chilling tale of our obsession with the lens. Timid Jessica has been watched all her life. What is worse than that is by whom. Or what. Jessica feels her sanity leaving her as she notices a man with a camera taking pictures of her for her entire life. When her friend goes missing because she notices a camera man, Jessica is forced into a chain of events which lead to her finding out the secret of The Camera Man.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    This was a fun story with a crazy premise that Cross still manages to bring home to a pretty organized and rational level. The paranoia in this story is amazingly well done, it actually had me starting to wonder about the cameras around us in the world and who could be filming who. It's a perfect blend of straight forward thriller with hints of supernatural. Another outstanding character study from Amy Cross. This was a fun story with a crazy premise that Cross still manages to bring home to a pretty organized and rational level. The paranoia in this story is amazingly well done, it actually had me starting to wonder about the cameras around us in the world and who could be filming who. It's a perfect blend of straight forward thriller with hints of supernatural. Another outstanding character study from Amy Cross.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Janine

    OMG this was one weird story as it made you wonder if Jess if right about everything that takes place through out her life or others are right as she has spent time away in a hospital. When Jess is released from hospital you does doubt whether she can cope on the outside but she tries really hard but so much happens which makes her doubt her own sanity. This takes you on a rollercoaster of a ride right until the end.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Eri

    It started out pretty well, but by the end, it fell flat. Bleah! I like Amy Cross as a rule, but this book...ugh. Some of the action was downright silly. Ok, I can accept some of the truly unbelievable scenes. But some of it is just...well...stoopid. Sorry, Amy. I'll still read your books, but this one is a dog. With fleas. And mange. It started out pretty well, but by the end, it fell flat. Bleah! I like Amy Cross as a rule, but this book...ugh. Some of the action was downright silly. Ok, I can accept some of the truly unbelievable scenes. But some of it is just...well...stoopid. Sorry, Amy. I'll still read your books, but this one is a dog. With fleas. And mange.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Richards

    Nottingham the best read I have been reading a lot of work done by this author And sadly this was my least favourite. You have to read 3 quarters of the book before anything really happens. The final part of the book exploded and did remind me why I chose to read a lot of what this author puts down on paper

  10. 5 out of 5

    Libby

    Interesting Concept A young woman has been seeing a strange man filming her from the time she was five. No one believes her. She is treated for mental issues several times throughout her life. She finds out that she's not so crazy after all. It's fast paced and was creepy good. I give it a three star because it's not one of my favorite books by this author Interesting Concept A young woman has been seeing a strange man filming her from the time she was five. No one believes her. She is treated for mental issues several times throughout her life. She finds out that she's not so crazy after all. It's fast paced and was creepy good. I give it a three star because it's not one of my favorite books by this author

  11. 5 out of 5

    Shadow Girl

    The Camera Man I don't think that I've read one single book by Amy Cross that I did not enjoy. The Camera Man made me wonder what would be worse... spending your whole life thinking that you're crazy, or suddenly realizing that you're not. The Camera Man I don't think that I've read one single book by Amy Cross that I did not enjoy. The Camera Man made me wonder what would be worse... spending your whole life thinking that you're crazy, or suddenly realizing that you're not.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Newsome

    This is quite an original story idea. I feel an editor would help to bring this book to a stronger foundation. Things that need to be fixed are easy fixes. It is better to spend time fine-tuning a book rather than pumping out numerous pieces.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kay Oliver

    I loved the originality of this story and the very shy main character, but I got bored a lot. I felt like I was reading the same thing over and over. I feel like this would have been better as a short story.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Angelyn Krout

    Delightfully creepy. I had a hard time putting this down and lost a lot of sleep! How can you not love a book where, in the very first chapter, someone finds a body of a woman with cameras for eyes?

  15. 5 out of 5

    sharon featherston

    Creepy Is Jessica just paranoid or is there someone out there stalking her.. No matter where you are, there is always CCTV watching your daily life. Is it just big brother or is it something much worse...

  16. 5 out of 5

    Wanda Coble

    I was disappointed with the Camera Man. Amy Cross is usually right up there with Stephen King, but not this time. I suggest that everybody save your time and bypass this book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Mendoza

    Don't recommend it The main character kept saying the same thing all the time. Too repetitive and could not get into the story. Really stupid. And the unbelievable end! Nope!!! Don't recommend it The main character kept saying the same thing all the time. Too repetitive and could not get into the story. Really stupid. And the unbelievable end! Nope!!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Teena Renken

    Interesting One of my favorite authors. This story was a little different from the normal horror story. Imagine being followed by an unknown man recording you all your life.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Garry Marlton

    I enjoyed this book. I like the thought of the story. Started off well, middle was ok but started to drift but then the ending was true Amy Cross style. This is why it got 4/5.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Wanda

    I was very disappointed. Amy Cross is usually up there with Stephen King, but not this time.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Phyllis H. Pajka

    Very strange but you can't stop reading just in case you miss something. I must say though, I have liked some of her other books better. Very strange but you can't stop reading just in case you miss something. I must say though, I have liked some of her other books better.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jeanine

    I enjoyed this story.. It's unique and eerie. I enjoyed this story.. It's unique and eerie.

  23. 4 out of 5

    phillip moore

  24. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte Carver

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

  26. 4 out of 5

    gail russell

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ian

  28. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

  29. 4 out of 5

    Georgia

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Sprague

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