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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of I'll Be Seeing You. Sep 28, Ona rated it really liked it Shelves: reads , books-i-own. This was my first meet with Mary Higgins Clark and I can say it was good from start to finish.
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Author has a way of making the reader care about the characters, also story will hold your attention and keep you interested. Sometimes I can figure out the mystery before the ending of the book but not this time! I was quite surprised to find out who the murderer was. I found it pleasurable reading.
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I really, really enjoyed the book. It got a little slow in the middle for me, that's why I gave it 4 stars, but it still ended well. Also, this is why I can't say that I loved it. I just feel like it all came together in the last 20 pages or so. I was getting so anxious for the conclusion to find out the truth. The ending was a surprise. I do like how MHC answered all of the lingering questions. Another good one MHC.
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One of my favorite authors. A crazy story, with plenty of twists and turns; it gripped me from beginning to end! Jul 13, Donna rated it it was ok. Just a really easy summer-read mystery novel. There are a few plot issues if you start to analyze things. Better to just go along for the ride and not think too much. Aug 18, gaudeo rated it liked it. This is the first Mary Higgins Clark book I've read. The writing isn't great, but the woman tells a good yarn and manages to make it exciting along the way, and there's a lot to be said for that.
This book was medicore at best. I was very confused by the "mystery" genre that it claimed, it was more 'thriller'. There wasn't any mystery in it. It was fairly obvious who did it from the very beginning. It followed the semi-dangerous adventures of a boring reporter. And thus the criticism begins. The protagonist of this story was as bland. Really bland. Oatmeal This book was medicore at best. Oatmeal bland. She was a pretty newspaper reporter with no brain. When she knows someone is after her? What kinda idiot? Nothing else stood out.
She never fought with anyone, broke any rules, or displayed any other defining characteristics. This might be acceptable for a side character, but for the protagonist? No thank you. Half of this book was just 'building suspense' by showing the mind of this creepy guy who was fascinated with Megan. It seemed so formulaic, it was hard to take seriously. Especially when you know that he's not actually gonna hurt her.
It ended every chapter of his POV with some vaguely threatening comment about Megan. After about three of these chapters the novelty wore off.
The other thing about this book is that it took no view on all the ethical misdemeanors going on. There were several potentially interesting tidbits about host mothers, obsessive mental disorders, and embryo use. The author just swept over these. There were no comments about whether or not these were right or wrong. None of the characters commented on the ethics. It just happened. The characters shrugged and continued on with their lives.
For example; "Megan felt bad that Bernie fixated on people, it was a problem with his brain, and he tried to restrain himself. All he really wanted was love. Anyone that was a threat to her or her family deserved to be behind bars. He went to jail. It just pained me that I wasted time reading this when there were so many better books I could have been reading.
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Jul 04, Kaylie rated it liked it. After finishing my first Grisham last week, I thought Mary Higgins Clark was the next logical step in my exploration of well-known favorites. My grandmother loves both authors, having read all of their books countless times. My first Higgins Clark did not disappoint. Meghan, a former lawyer turned journalist, is still grieving the shocking death of her father, who died in a bridge accident. They think her father could still be alive. Who is this Annie?
Clearly Mary Higgens Clark put a lot of research and thought into this book, as it covers amazing details about genetics and its roles in biology and psychology. She introduces many characters, and at times, the plot gets convoluted. Its ending, though satisfying in tying up most plot points, feels hurried. Apr 29, Denise rated it it was amazing. Wow, this book had me on the edge of my seat at the end.
Mary Higgins Clark writes with such a complex plot blending each component seamlessly into the story. All I can say is WOW! Just when I thought I had something figured out, something else would be revealed. If you want to read a good mystery with a lot of twists and turns that smoothly come together at the end read I'll Be Seeing You. You won't be sorry. If you want a little bit about the book here it is: The story of Meghan C Wow, this book had me on the edge of my seat at the end.
If you want a little bit about the book here it is: The story of Meghan Collins: Meghan's father an executive search partner is thought dead but no one can find his body, he has been leading a double life with a wife and daughter in Scottsdale, the second daughter Annie looks just like Meghan and is killed There is also a stalker following Mehgan.