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Come Find Me (Hardcover)
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From the New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls and The Perfect Stranger comes a captivating thriller about two teens who connect when each discovers a mysterious radio frequency, which suggests their family tragedies are mysteriously connected.
After surviving an infamous family tragedy, sixteen-year-old Kennedy Jones has made it her mission to keep her brother's search through the cosmos alive. But then something disturbs the frequency on his radio telescope--a pattern registering where no signal should transmit.
In a neighboring county, seventeen-year-old Nolan Chandler is determined to find out what really happened to his brother, who disappeared the day after Nolan had an eerie premonition. There hasn't been a single lead for two years, until Nolan picks up an odd signal--a pattern coming from his brother's bedroom.
Drawn together by these strange signals--and their family tragedies--Kennedy and Nolan search for the origin of the mysterious frequency. But the more they uncover, the more they believe that everything's connected--even their pasts--as it appears the signal is meant for them alone, sharing a message that only they can understand. Is something coming for them? Or is the frequency warning them about something that's already here?
About the Author
Megan Miranda is the acclaimed author of Fragments of the Lost, The Safest Lies, Fracture, and several other novels for young adults. She is also the New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls and The Perfect Stranger for adults. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and two children. You can follow Megan on Facebook at AuthorMeganMiranda, or on Instagram and Twitter at @MeganLMiranda.
"Miranda (All the Missing Girls, 2016) has created a compelling pair of protagonists, filled with heartfelt angst and relentless tenacity. Her latest book for young adults ages the kids from Stranger Things and puts them in Gillian Flynn’s Dark Places for a smart, dark, and ultimately hopeful story of the power of belief." —Booklist, starred review
Miranda's exploration of how grief transforms us is realistic and sensitively drawn. . . . Eerie and emotionally resonant." —Kirkus
"Miranda weaves a convincing tale of teens grasping at straws to make sense of personal tragedies." —PW
"This sensitive and nuanced depiction of grief in all of its forms will surely engross fans of crime stories and family dramas alike." —SLJ
"Readers looking for a mystery with a fresh take on the ultimately irresolvable difference between intuition and ratiocination will appreciate this." —The Bulletin
PRAISE FOR MEGAN MIRANDA
Fragments of the Lost:
"For thriller fans who can't get enough of the genre." —Kirkus
"Intoxicating, well crafted, and suspenseful." —Booklist
"Readers who came for the sad love story will be swept up into the mystery." —The Bulletin
"An excellent addition to any library where suspense is popular." —SLJ
"A good fit for readers who enjoyed E. Lockhart’s We Were Liars." —VOYA
The Safest Lies:
“[A] fast-paced, suspenseful treat.” —PW, Starred review of The Safest Lies
“Positively movie-ready.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Will blow readers’ minds.” —SLJ
“Reluctant and voracious readers alike will enjoy the twisty turns present in this mystery.” —VOYA
“A strong fit for readers who want fast-paced stories about girls learning to fight back.” —The Bulletin
“Readers who love a little bit of romance with their thrills and chills will love this new young adult novel.” —Bookish.com
“Recommended for any collection.” —Booklist
Additional Works by Megan Miranda:
"This thriller's all of your fav page-turners (think: Luckiest Girl Alive, The Girl on the Train, Gone Girl) rolled into one." –TheSkimm
"Fast-paced and frightening." –Refinery29
"[The] perfect read for thriller fans." –Bustle.com
"Extremely interesting . . . a novel that will probably be called Hitchcockian." –New York Times