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I'll Find You

Narrated by: Jessica Ball
Length: 10 hrs and 42 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)
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Summary

Chilling and unrelentingly gripping, I'll Find You is the terrifying new psychological thriller from the best-selling author of Don't Wake Up.

Emily Jacobs, a nurse, is in hospital for a minor operation. When she wakes in the night, woozy with anaesthetic, she sees the doctor frantically trying to resuscitate the woman in the bed next to her. In the morning, she is told that she must have had a nightmare. The bed has been empty all along.... 

When Emily returns to work, she discovers a bracelet that she believes belonged to the missing woman. Soon, she becomes convinced that her colleagues at the hospital are hiding a terrible secret.

What if she's wrong? What if her own troubled past has affected her more than she knows? 

But what if she's right? 

What else could they be capable of?

©2019 Liz Lawler (P)2019 Bonnier Publishing

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Characters not believably drawn.

I just couldn't empathise with the main character, because she wasn't made believable- she was rather two-dimensional, and I became tired of hearing her name repeated over and over again. Her parents were cartoon stereotype villains, similarly two-dimensional, and I was rather relieved when the narrative reached its drawn-out conclusion. The writer included lots of extraneous medical procedural details, presumably to add an air of verisimilitude and draw the attention from a thin, patchy plot and wooden characterisation.

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Fantastic read

Gripping book. A real twist of an ending one that i never expected but brilliant

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