Saturday, April 6, 2019

Come Find Me by Megan Miranda - ADVISABLE

Come Find Me by Megan Miranda, 326 pages. Crown (Random House), 2019.  $19.  

Content: Language: PG-13 (20 swears); Mature Content: PG; Violence: PG.  



Kennedy Jones misses her mom and brother, and she finds comfort in listening to the sound waves from her brother’s satellite.  When she picks up an unusual sound reading, she reaches out to an online board to ask questions and meets a boy named Nolan.  Nolan is dealing with his own loss and is trying to find something that will link him to his brother, Liam, who has been missing for a couple of years.  When they are together, Kennedy and Nolan feel as though someone finally understands their heartache and also their curiosity about what the universe is trying to tell them.  

The beginning of this book was slow, but there are some twists and mysteries that crop up that made it impossible to put down.  I like that Miranda can tell a suspenseful story without loads of inappropriate content.  The characters were easy to empathize with and this was a fun and creative story.  

Reviewer, C. Peterson

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