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Chava | 2788 comments Hi,
This is the thread for the discussion of Find her by Lisa Gardner. Your moderator is Christine.


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Hi christine
Looking forward to taking part in my first group discussion.I love this series and Lisa Gardner and actually finished this book the last week of April.same week I joined this group. I hope it is Ok. anyone who has advice for this newbie to GR on how these discussions please enlighten me


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Kayla Hill (khill3) | 4 comments Michele wrote: "Hi christine
Looking forward to taking part in my first group discussion.I love this series and Lisa Gardner and actually finished this book the last week of April.same week I joined this group. I ..."


Hi Michele, I was thinking about giving this book a try since it was selected, but I've never read any books in the series before, would it still be good to read as a new Lisa Gardner reader, or should I start from the beginning?


Chava | 2788 comments I've just started this book. In a lot of the reviews people say it can be read as a stand alone


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Kayla wrote: "Michele wrote: "Hi christine
Looking forward to taking part in my first group discussion.I love this series and Lisa Gardner and actually finished this book the last week of April.same week I joine..."

Hi Kayla-
I have read all her books and this one can definitely be read as a stand alone - the last dd warren book was quite awhile ago. Not much overlap at all in this one. Hope you enjoy it.


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Marion Mlodynia | 581 comments Still waiting for it at my library. I've read all of Lisa Gardner's books, and LOVED them all.


Shannon (shannondisbell) | -113 comments i read this one last month since i bought it at walmart i really loved it even though D.D. Warrner is in it IMO it was more a stand alone then D.D. Series I give it 4.5 star out of 5


Chava | 2788 comments how are we all finding this book? It's really got my attention


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Chava, i finished the book last week of April and am really looking forward to discussing it. It was a very interesting and twisted book that i enjoyed. Love Lisa Gardner and have read all of her books.


Chava | 2788 comments Michele wrote: "Chava, i finished the book last week of April and am really looking forward to discussing it. It was a very interesting and twisted book that i enjoyed. Love Lisa Gardner and have read all of her b..."

Discuss away!
What do you like about Lisa Gardner's books?
Anything that disappointed in this book?


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Marion Mlodynia | 581 comments Still waiting for it to come to my library.


VickiLee | 251 comments I enjoyed the insight and sensitivity that Lisa Gardner demonstrates in this novel. It is, for the greater part, a struggle to understand exceptional people who have survived abuse but still struggle with their feelings of being a victim. Even dear D.D. Warren finds herself baffled at times. What does it mean to be a victim? How does it affect a person's behaviour? This novel digs in to some difficult questions.


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VickiLee, well said. It is definitely darker and different than some other LIsa Gardner's, but her expression of how victims react and the struggle to recover was very good. I am not sure how i would react but i am sure revenge and vigilantism would be very prominent feelings for me as well. I thought Lisa also portrayed the family wonderfully. You know your daughter is struggling and nothing you can do really helps.


Chava | 2788 comments This book is haunting me!! I have little time to read due to end of semester assignments, but this book keeps calling me to read it :).


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