Find Me by Romily BernardFind Me by Romily Bernard

Find Me

byRomily Bernard

Paperback | August 26, 2014

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Find Me is an awesomely suspenseful thriller for teens, complete with action, hacking intrigue, and a blossoming romance . . . and it's now available in paperback!

"Find me."—the only words written on Tessa Waye's diary when it arrives at Wick Tate's door. When Wick gets to school and hears that Tessa's just been found dead, she knows something bad is going down. Now Wick's got a choice to make: ignore the diary and try to forge on with her sister, Lily, and their latest foster parents. Or use her computer-hacking skills to investigate Tessa's suicide. When Lily is marked as the next target, Wick knows what she has to do. Giving up is not an option when the threat hits so close to home.

And don't miss the sequel, Remember Me, and the digital original novella featuring Wick!

Romily Bernard graduated from Georgia State University with a literature degree. Since then, she's worked as a riding instructor, cell phone salesgirl, personal assistant, horse groom and exercise rider, accounting assistant, and, during a very dark time, a customer service representative. Of course, now she's a YA novelist.Romily curr...
Title:Find MeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.76 inPublished:August 26, 2014Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062229044

ISBN - 13:9780062229045


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too much hype, but it was a let-down There was a ton of hype surrounding this book and when that happens I usually get so excited that I read the ARC months ahead. The premise sounds promising yes? But once I kept reading along, I realized the characters are too one-dimensional. To me, that's a a bad thing only because I feel like in order for me to relate to the story, I need to know who these characters are. I didn't want to get to know Wick at all. Finding out that she's a kick-ass hacker got bonus points, but when I realized how she pretty much traced i.p. addresses and not much else, I felt thoroughly disappointed. Now the story with her best friend and someone trying to tell her that she was murdered was pretty great.. But then the murderer turned out to be the most predictable suspect and least likely to commit the act in one go. Isn't that one of the most basic mystery story lines? Find Me has some compelling points, but I felt it was your typical murder mystery story. It needed something more. Overall, I was left feeling dissatisfied and a little bit sad. Another hype-monster book that I was waiting to wow me..Sadly it didn't.
Date published: 2014-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved It! I really cannot say how much I loved this book. I have already tweeted that this book was probably my favorite debut of the year, and as of right now that still stands. I have never been this impressed with a story in a long time and to put that into perspective, I have read over 100 books so far this year, and this one blows all of those out of the water. This is not your ordinary YA novel because our main character, Wick, is your normal teenager. She is a hacker, and she and her sister have been put into foster home when their father is suspected of being part of a criminal organization, one that Wick knows all too much about. It is only when a distant friend somics suicide that her worlds turns even more upside down. She find her diary with a note that says FIND ME. Wick knows that someone made her do what she did, all she had to do was find out. And oh does she find out. I pride myself o figuring out the ends of mystery novels. I watch way too many episodes of Castle and Criminal Minds to not be. But honestly I thought I knew who the bad guys was BUT NO! Romaly had to go and turn everything on its head and make me question everything i just read. WELL DONE. But seriously, besides the reveal at the end, what I loved most about this book was the sub plots that seemed to crop up everywhere! I am not saying there were a lot, but there were enough to makes this story incredible complex and engaging. Evey chapter revealed something else, which in turn revealed something else. It was like a stack of dominoes that was falling slowly but you knew everything would happen eventually. I loved everything about this book. There was no part that I thought was underdeveloped or overdeveloped. Every character served a purpose and every scene lead to the ultimate end. I loved this book more than this review could ever express. It was amazing.
Date published: 2014-01-05

Editorial Reviews

Fast paced, creepy, and full of nail-biting action and suspense...a solid choice for reluctant readers and fans of gripping suspense.