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Come and Find Me
Come and Find Me
Author: Hallie Ephron
COME AND FIND ME is a novel of suspense that tells the story of Diana Highsmith, a young woman who never leaves her home. Ever since her lover fell to his death while they were mountain climbing, she's been afraid to brave the outside world. She makes a living as a computer security expert with a virtual office on the Internet, barricad...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780061857522
ISBN-10: 0061857521
Publication Date: 4/1/2011
Pages: 288
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: William Morrow
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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I was surprised to find myself really liking this book. The computer detail was a little over my head and I thought the bad guy was pretty obvious from the start. Still suspenseful and there was a slight twist I didn't see coming at the end.
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Let me just say, right up front, that I am a totally non-techy person. I use a computer and a smart phone because I'd be so out of the loop in this world if I didn't. But my knowledge of both is basic. SO ... I've really had a hard time getting into this one. And the further I go, the more boring it becomes. I am writing my review at this point because there's a good chance I might not finish the book at all. I like Hallie Ephron, and finished Never Tell A Lie fast, craving another one by her, but if I thought many of her novels were going to be like this, I wouldn't bother starting one. Now,I realize there are a whole lot of people out there who love this kind of stuff, so I'd say "Go for it!" She wouldn't have written it, and it wouldn't have been published if there wasn't a market out there for this subject area. If I could understand what the heck they are talking about, I'd probably like it too.

UPDATE: I finished the darn book and disliked it almost every step of the way. The ending, which admittedly got a bit less boring than the beginning, was a mishmash of incidents that were so unbelievably impossible that at times I felt as though I were reading a kid's super hero comic book. This author can be so much better, why did she write this book?