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I'll Find You

Narrated by: Jessica Ball
Length: 10 hrs and 42 mins
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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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Praise for Liz Lawler: "Outstanding...a rollercoaster of a read." (Angela Marsons)

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Comically unbelievable!!

Possibly the most unrealistic book l have ever read. l only pushed through because it became so comical!!.
It felt like the author had a list of 100 medical facts and had to put every single last one of them in this book even though they were totally irrelevant and did not make any sense in their context . It became very apparent that the author had never been a in patient in any sort of hospital in her life.
Police procedures were hilariously mismatched , DI's doing menial work and breaching confidentiality laws, psychiatrists overstepping professional boundaries and surgeons available to answer any queries in person 24/7.
So yes it was so stupidly funny but not in a good way when you're looking for a thriller.

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Enjoyable but don't read to soon after first book

This was well narrated and enjoyable but the first half very similar to first book.

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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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I'll find you

liked it it was interesing and the narrator was good and I would recommend mend it

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over all

loved it. I thought the story teller had a very easy listening voice. good storyline too

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Really interesting plot

I liked the gripping way this book started.. got me interested immediately. The plot was interesting and the narrator did a good job.
I think my interest was less than it could have been as the characters .. who were all potentially really interesting just didn't come to life.
All in all a good listen to get on with washing up and pottering around to !

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a new author for me

I loved this book , I'd not read anything by this author before and found this book a page turner . I can't wait to read more by them

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It’s a grower

Definitely one that takes a bit of getting into, but well worth it 👏👏👏 great ending

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Great read :-)

I enjoyed everything about this book and will be looking for more books by this author now.

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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.