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Summary Look Again

Een the boys because she knows her adoption was lawful But she's a journalist and won't be able to stop thinking about the photo until she figures out the truth And she can't shake the uestion if Will rightfully belongs to someone else should she keep him or give him up She investigates. Damn This book had so much potential A mother receives a flyer in the mail with a picture of a missing child who looks just like the child she legally adopted a couple of years ago What should she do What would I do No way should this book have had a happy ending Arrrrgh Ellen the adopted mother wants to know the truth about her child She s a journalist OF COURSE Turns out the birth mother sold her son for money OF COURSE The adopted mother while frantically trying to find out the truth about her adopted son falls in love OF COURSE He s a hunk OF COURSE The birth dad gets custody of the child at the end and then turns out not to be the real father OF COURSE Adopted mother and son end up together mother is engaged to hunk non father becomes benefactor to his non child WTFWorst part of the book Ellen and

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Look Again

When reporter Ellen Gleeson gets a 'Have You Seen This Child' flyer in the mail she almost throws it away But something about it makes her look again and her heart stops; the child in the photo is identical to her adopted son Will Her every instinct tells her to deny the similarity betw. What a mess This was my first Lisa Scottoline book and it ll probably also be my last This book was just all over the place I can t think of a single thing that I can say I actually liked about it besides the fact that it s over This book was like being hit over the head with well all of the things My brain is now mush So here s what I got out of this book Ellen Gleeson a REPORTER sees a age progressed missing child picture on one of those cards they send you in the mail and it looks EXACTLY like HER adopted SON Will who she adopted Not close not sorta looks like him not could be brothers EXACTLY like him That creepy guy in the trenchcoat taking pictures from across the street last week NOT a creeper after all but a time traveler snagging a picture so that he can go back to the past and call it age pr

Lisa Scottoline à 7 Review

Uncovering clues no one was meant to discover and when she digs too deep she risks losing her own life; and that of the son she loves Lisa Scottoline breaks new ground in Look Again a thriller that's both heart stopping and heart breaking and sure to have new fans and book clubs buzzin. This is the third Scottoline book I ve read having absolutely fallen in love with the first book I read by her Killer Smile Killer Smile was wonderful for its sense of place being set in Philadelpia where I lived for several years Her character was strong and interesting and the plot complicated enough to be interestingUnfortunately Look Again was none of those I found the plot drawn out and a bit incredulous Although the book had an interesting premise namely that of a mother of an admopted boy receives a missing child notice and has a terrible feeling that her son although adopted totally legally may be this missing childThe mother instead of dismissing the idea as ridiculous decides to find out whether it could be possible Here s where the whole plot goes crazy and this single mom reporter becomes Nancy


10 thoughts on “Look Again

  1. says:

    Intrigued by the ethical premise but fell short in the unbelievable and predictable delivery Title should be Try Again Legal and emotional thriller of an adoptive mom seeing an age progressed photo of her son on a post card and her efforts to discover if her worst fears are true Didn't hate it so much as didn't necessar

  2. says:

    What a mess This was my first Lisa Scottoline book and it'll probably also be my last This book was just all over the place I can't think of a single thing that I can say I actually liked about it besides the fact that it's over This book was like being hit over the head with well all of the things My brain is now mush So here's what I got out of this book Ellen Gleeson a REPORTER sees a age progressed missing child picture on o

  3. says:

    Collecting the mail as she entered the house from work Ellen Gleeson was keen to see her three year old son Will Connie her babysitter was an angel – Ellen thought back to the day she had found her and was extrem

  4. says:

    Don't you just hate when you have so little respect for a book that it stirs up all kinds of vile hostile feelings in you and you develop a passion for trashing the book? And then you have to feel guilty because there's probably some poor starving author who worked her fingers and brain cells to the bone cranking out this drivel an

  5. says:

    As a a fan of the thriller genre I was really looking forward to reading this book I had never read anything by

  6. says:

    Damn This book had so much potential A mother receives a flyer in the mail with a picture of a missing child who looks just like the child she legally adopted a couple of years ago What should she do? What would I do? No way should th

  7. says:

    This is the third Scottoline book I've read having absolutely fallen in love with the first book I read by her Killer Smile Killer Smile was wo

  8. says:

    This book had such an intriguing and promising premise and such a terrible and disappointing execution Ellen an adoptive mother paus

  9. says:

    This is the second book by Lisa Scottoline ive read and just like Lady Killer is a first class read The story goes of Ellen Gleeson a reporter and mother to young adopted son Will One day she is looking through the mail and comes across a have you seen this child card and notices the boy in the picture looks identical to Will Her

  10. says:

    Wow I couldn't imagine being in her shoes I would be angryconfused and scared out of my wits that everything you have will change Crazy