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Summary

What happens in the woods stays in the woods.... Carey is keeping a terrible secret. If she tells, it could destroy her future. If she doesn't, will she ever be free?

For almost as long as she can remember, Carey has lived in a camper van in the heart of the woods with her drug-addicted mother and six-year-old sister, Jenessa. Her mother routinely disappears for weeks at a time, leaving the girls to cope alone. Survival is Carey's only priority - until strangers arrive and everything changes....

Carey is a strong, resilient, loving, and earnest character who is flawed but determined to find light in the darkness - a magnificently human heroine for modern listeners.

Jenny Downham, author of Before I Die, says that If You Find Me is "a beautiful book about survival, identity, family, love, and so much more."

Read by Tai Sammons.

©2013 Emily Murdoch (P)2013 Blackstone Audio

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Couldn't stop listening. Very believable story.

Beliebable and intensely emotional. so well written and read with great empathy for the character's situation.

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Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

this is a really powerful story.

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i felt like the epilogue was an important part of Carey's story. I was disappointed that it was not included in this performance.

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  • 24-04-17

Enjoyable

This book was far better than I'd imagined: Well written. Well narrated. Kept my interest to the end.