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    Please Don't

    1.5 Stars The blurb for this sounded so promising. Emily Jacobs is in hospital for a routine procedure and she thinks she witnesses something, something that reminds her of her sister Zoe going missing one year ago. She has never come to terms with Zoe's disappearance and now it looks like she has two mysteries to investigate. I was really looking forward to this but, sadly, the tale really isn't up to the blurb. The story itself lurches along in an increasingly bizarre set of circumstances that have more in common with a fantasy novel than a thriller. There is a complete disconnect between real life and the story in this book, to say more would be to give away what is, I suppose, the big twist in the book - so I will bite my tongue and just say REALLY, as if anyone would think that is acceptable hygiene practice? I think we are supposed to feel sorry for Emily, she is still hurting from her sister's disappearance but her sessions with Counsellor Eric are helping. She still has regular contact with the Police as she hasn't given up looking even if they have had to move on. Her parents are clearly alcoholic wastes of space. Now she is being made to feel like she is losing her mind because of what she witnessed when coming round from her operation. At first I did, but then misery upon misery is heaped on to the character and my attention slipped away - the scenarios are more American Daytime Soap Opera than pulse-pounding thriller. It's hard to find any enjoyment in a book that tests your knowledge of the world so completely and relies, almost completely, on coincidence for the plot. The bits I did enjoy were the medical information scattered throughout. Although they do seem to be filler much of the time (get that word and page count up), I can see how showing Emily's competence as a nurse during the resuscitation of the hysterectomy patient helps to give lie to the perceived sense of her insanity. Unfortunately, outside of that the plot is tissue thin and the characters are pretty much one-dimensional. I did struggle to finish this book but I persevered to the bitter end and, to be honest, I'm not entirely sure it was worth it. THIS IS AN HONEST AND UNBIASED REVIEW OF A FREE COPY OF THE BOOK RECEIVED VIA THE PIGEONHOLE
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    Drew me in. Was fantastic.

    Set in Bath, UK. Young nurse Emily Jacobs has had to have a minor operation at the private hospital she works at. Whilst coming around from her anesthetic she is certain she saw a woman being resuscitated in the bed next to her. Upon waking fully all the beds are empty and the staff seems to not know what Emily is talking about, telling her she must have dreamt the event. Emily has had a tough year after the disappearance of her sister Zoe. She suffered with her mental health as a result and has only just returned to work on the advice of her therapist. Emily isn’t 100% confident in what she saw until she finds a bracelet. What has Emily stumbled upon and will anyone believe her? I’ll Find You is Liz Lawler second gripping psychological thriller and what a thriller it is. The plot is so interesting and is filled with lots and lots of twists and turns giving to excitement and plenty of intrigues. There are several memorable characters including Emily who is a determined young lady who is desperate to discover the truth but does have doubts along the way of her own sanity. Geraldine the Detective Inspector came across very real and went with her gut instincts and her police nose when something didn’t feel right. I also fell in love with the young A&E doctor Gerry who believed in Emily all the time. Lots of special and good chapters in this book including when Emily’s dad makes his peace with her which showed such emotion. Highs and lows were clearly identified and left me several times with my heart in my mouth! This book really drew me in. It was a definite page turner and I recommend it 100% and would love to read more from this author in the future.
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    Just read it!

    Couldn't put it down or rather couldn't turn it off! Great read with characters that lived. Look forward to the next one.
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    Must read

    Wife recommended this book to me as I love a good thriller and this book was, would give it a 10 out of 10,
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    You will not be disappointed,

    I absolutely loved this book, thought the author had a brilliant way of writing, it kept me engaged throughout. I love medical thrillers and this is by far the best medical thriller I’ve read this year, I would highly recommend
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