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  • Come Home
  • Lisa Scottoline
  • English
  • 08 August 2018
  • 9781427213303

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Come Home Read ð 108 Lisa Scottoline » 8 Review Diatrician fulfills her though it is stressful and her daughter Megan is a happily over scheduled thirteen year old juggling homework and the swim teamBut Jill's life is turned upside down when her ex stepdaughter Abby shows up on her doorstep late one night and delivers shocking news Jill's ex husband is dead Abby insists that he was murdered and pleads with Jill to help find his killer Jill reluctantly agrees to make a few inuiries and discovers tha. The only reason I finished this book is because I wouldn t feel right writing such a negative a review of a book I hadn t actually finished But as I kept reading my opinion of the book which started out pretty bad just got worse and worseWhere to begin The mystery at the core of the book isn t terrible but it s thinly presented and full of holes That s not the real problem though The real problems are the characters who behave in ways that make no sense whatsoever and the dialogue which is simply atrociousMy negative opinion of the book started out when the main character Jill goes running out into the rain because she heard her ex stepdaughter Abby call out her name Nobody else can hear this but she magically has Ears of Love that let her hear things nobody else can when it involves somebody super special like her ex stepdaughter although she hasn t seen her in three years and has essentially no idea whatsoever what s been going on in her life even though she s been stalking her regularly on Facebook ooh modern technology incorporated seamlessly into the plot isn t that clever Not only that but she somehow knew that Abby who remember she hasn t seen in three years would show up and has been waiting and hoping for it Er what Then Abby tells her that her father Jill s ex was murdered and instead of asking any uestions whatsoever about when and where he was killed she brings her inside and puts her to sleep in her daughter Megan s bed in Megan s nightgown Meanwhile her douchebag fiance has already decided that if Jill cares about Abby she can t possibly care enough about himview spoiler and he proceeds to spend the rest of the book acting like a douchebag until the happy reconciliation at the end hide spoiler

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Come Home Read ð 108 Lisa Scottoline » 8 Review Lisa Scottoline has delivered taut thrillers with a powerful emotional wallop in her New York Times bestsellers Save Me Think Twice and Look Again Now with her new novel Come Home she ratchets up the suspense with the riveting story of a mother who sacrifices her future for a child from her pastJill Farrow is a typical suburban mom who has finally gotten her and her daughter's lives back on track after a divorce She is about to remarry her job as a pe. This book was horrible If I could give no stars I would I had to laugh at another reviewer say that they wanted to throw the book I wanted to throw it and burn it If I saw that the main character say the word honey or sweetie one time I really was going to throw the book The other dialogue was bad too No one talks like the way the characters did I almost threw up at some of the phrases the author used like when talking about the one annoying clueless stepdaughter practically fell into the EX stepmother s arms this girl was an adult not a three year old for crying out loud SO dramatic The connection that Jill had with two EX step daughters was bizarre I understand still having a connection but she seemed obsessed not to mention obtuse I can honestly say this is uite possibly the worst book I have ever attempted to read And who had the bright idea of using a young kid on the cover running to someone when all three of the kids were actually a lot older

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Come Home Read ð 108 Lisa Scottoline » 8 Review T things don't add up As she digs deeper her actions threaten to rip apart her new family destroy their hard earned happiness and even endanger her own life Yet Jill can't turn her back on a child she loves and once called her own Come Home reads with the breakneck pacing of a thriller while also exploring the definition of motherhood asking the uestions Do you ever stop being a mother Can you ever have an ex child What are the limits to love of famil. Another above average intriguing Scottoline mystery This one was probably one of my least favorites of hers but with that being said it was still better than most books that garner a 3 Star rating from me This one read with lightning speed pace like most LS books and I really wanted to get this one in as fast as I couldI needed to find out what the heck was going on I will say I was a bit surprised by how things ended here but found myself a little unsatisfied as well The problem with LS is that I hold her to such a high standard that it s almost impossible to top some of her previous books I ve read I will tentatively say had this been any other author I might have given this one 4 StarsperhapsThe negatives the dialogue between our protagonist Jill and her daughters I was than irritated by how annoying all three of her daughters came across and I listened to this in audio format so the voices for these three drove me absolutely crazy Talk about whiny brats I also felt like Jill was a little unrealistic in how perfect and level headed she was The way several different characters spoke to her and her reactions to these constant verbal assaults just came off a bit phony I also thought the ending was a bit far fetched but that s not always exactly a negative thing I would recommend this to most fans of domestic dramas thrillers this one even had high speed car chases and of course die hard LS fans like myself As previously mentioned this one will most likely go towards the bottom of my LS reads but right about in the middle of my overall thrillersI m very interested to hear what other LS fans think her best and worst books areOnto the next great read