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I Found You: A Novel by Lisa Jewell

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In a windswept British seaside town, single mum Alice Lake finds a man sitting on the beach outside her house. He has no name and no idea how he got there. Against her better judgment, she invites him inside. Meanwhile, in a suburb of London, twenty-one-year-old Lily Monrose has only been married for three weeks. When her husband fails to come home from work one night, she is left alone in a place where she knows no one and with the police telling her that her husband never existed. In this suspenseful drama, both women must sort through the secrets surrounding men neither of them knows if they can trust.



  • This book is fantastic, and the narrator really brought the story to life. "I Found You: A Novel" is my introduction to Lisa Jewell's work, and it has left me hungry for more of her books!
  • This book is seriously intense, featuring an incredibly wicked villain who is at the heart of a tragic event spanning two decades. The story takes place in a quintessentially British backdrop and the narration is absolutely fantastic.
  • I didn't care for dissing authors or their books, but for me, this book was...well, it had its dull moments. I did find some parts of the background story interesting, but aside from that, this book didn't captivate me. The "twist" at the end wasn't really surprising; I actually figured it out long before reaching the end. I couldn't enjoy the book as much as I had hoped. It's frustrating to spend a credit on a book that doesn't bring me any joy. I apologize to the author for this harsh review, but I simply don't want people to think this book is an amazing read full of twists and turns, when in reality, it's just long and dragged out. I should have finished writing this review by now. I might not be as articulate as some reviewers, but I believe I've given you a general idea of how I felt about this book. On a positive note, I did like the voice actor; I thought she had a lovely voice.
  • The plot of 'I Found You: A Novel' lacked the expected twists and suspense. At certain points, it was excessively convenient and even absurdly unrealistic. The notion of every character experiencing immediate and irreversible love felt far from believable. This audiobook can be safely skipped.
  • The narration of this audiobook was on point, bringing the intriguing characters to life. However, the overall plot felt predictable and it seemed like the author struggled to find a satisfying ending.
  • I'd give this a solid 4 Stars. The revelation of the character who lost his memory (whether it's character A, B, or C from the flashback) was not particularly surprising, but overall, the story managed to keep me engaged throughout. The narrator did a great job with all the voices, except for Lily's. Her attempt at an Eastern European accent was terrible. Instead of sounding like a young woman from Eastern Europe, she came across as a bitter, sad man. In fact, the narration for men was more feminine than Lily's voice. It was slow and unpleasant, which made it difficult to like her. I believe I would have enjoyed her character much more if I had read the book instead of listening to it.