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Found

Written by Harlan Coben

Narrated by Nick Podehl


Found

Written by Harlan Coben

Narrated by Nick Podehl

ratings:
4.5/5 (48 ratings)
Length:
6 hours
Released:
Sep 9, 2014
ISBN:
9781455805075
Format:
Audiobook

Description

From internationally bestselling author Harlan Coben comes this third action-packed installment of his bestselling young adult series.

It's been eight months since Mickey Bolitar witnessed the shocking, tragic death of his father. Eight months of lies, dark secrets, and unanswered questions. While he desperately wants answers, Mickey's sophomore year of high school brings on a whole new set of troubles. Spoon is in the hospital, Rachel won't tell him where he stands, his basketball teammates hate him…and then there's Ema's surprise announcement: She has an online boyfriend, and he's vanished.

As he's searching for Ema's missing boyfriend (who may not even exist!), Mickey also gets roped into helping his nemesis, Troy Taylor, with a big problem. All the while, Mickey and his friends are pulled deeper into the mysteries surrounding the Abeona Shelter, risking their lives to find the answers-until the shocking climax, where Mickey finally comes face-to-face with the truth about his father.

Released:
Sep 9, 2014
ISBN:
9781455805075
Format:
Audiobook


About the author

Harlan Coben (www.harlancoben.com) is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of numerous adult novels, as well as the two young adult novels, SHELTER and SECONDS AWAY. He has won the Edgar Award, Shamus Award, and Anthony Award--the first author to receive all three. His books are published in forty-one languages--with over 50 million copies in print worldwide--and have been #1 bestsellers in over a dozen countries. He lives in New Jersey.


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  • (5/5)
    This was an excellent end to this mini-series. A large number of issues were investigated and were all resolved in this book. As usual in Harlan Coben's books there were a few twists - some you did see coming and others that came out of left field. I would strongly suggest reading this trilogy of books in quick succession. I have to say the character of Mickey grew on me strongly throughout these books, which was no mean achievement given his role in book 10 of the Myron Bolitar Series. Hopefully we will continue to come across him if more Myron Bolitar books are written after Home.
  • (4/5)
    This young adult series makes for fun, quick reading.

    Danger seems to follow Mickey and his friends. When Mickey is in LA with Myron, Ema texts him that she needs to talk to him and that her kind of boyfriend has disappeared. Mickey isn't sure what to to think as she tells him about Jared Lowell.

    In addition to finding out if Jared is okay, it seems the co-captain of the basketball team and Mickey's bully, Todd needs help. It seems Todd has failed the random drug test, and he swears he has been set up. If Mickey can't prove that Todd is innocent then Todd is off the team. And, what happened to Todd's best friend, Buck, who has suddenly moved with his mother?

    Why is Luther in the tunnels?
  • (5/5)
    This is the third book in the Mickey Bolitar mystery series. Mickey is a high school sophomore who, along with three friends, has been drafted into an organization that rescues children. It is the same organization that his parents belonged to before his father died in a car accident and his mother developed alcohol problems. Mickey has been living with his uncle Myron since his mother entered rehab.Mickey is working on a number of cases in this book. He isn't convinced that his father actually died in the car accident and is trying to find out what really happened to him. He is also trying to find Ema's online boyfriend who stopped communicating with her with no warning. Mickey is also trying to be accepted on the varsity basketball team. He is an excellent player and the only sophomore on the varsity. However, he is viewed as an outsider especially by Troy and Buck who resent how good he is at the game. Troy and Buck's fathers were rivals of his uncle Myron and are carrying on the family tradition of disliking Bolitars.When Troy is kicked off the team for steroid use and Buck abruptly moves away to live with his mother, Mickey is pressured into trying to get Troy reinstated. Ema tries to convince him that Troy is not a good guy since he has been bullying her since elementary school. But Mickey really wants to be accepted by the other guys on the team.These cases all seem to be interwoven and Mickey, Ema, and their friends Rachel and Spoon all have roles to play. I liked the way the characters interacted. I liked the Mickey was so determined to find out what happened to his father. This was an engaging mystery series and could lead readers to the Myron Bolitar mysteries by the author too.
  • (5/5)
    This is the 3rd book of the Mickey Bolitar series. I really enjoyed this series and had to read them in quick succession. I found them very engaging with fascinating characters and plots that twist and turn. This last book had surprises that I never saw coming. Harlan Coben knows how to keep you on the edge with cliffhangers ending every chapter. I hope he is planning more Mickey Bolitar books as they are very addictive. I highly recommend this series and his Myron Bolitar series to those who love mysteries with lots of wit and humor.
  • (5/5)
    excellent plot and finish had me intrigued right to the end would definitely recommend reading or listening .
  • (4/5)
    It's a nice short story that is easy to enjoy. It's a young adult book.
  • (4/5)
    I listened to this book and found it pretty suspenseful. It picks up almost immediately where the preceding title in the series left off so it really would work best for readers if they read the whole series in order. Otherwise, they will feel a bit lost. In this entry, the talented Mickey has moved up to the varsity basketball team, where he is promptly ostracized by the other players who have been together since they were small children. Then, Buck abruptly moves out of town, and Troy Taylor fails a drug test and is removed from the team. Mickey agrees to help Troy look into the drug test problem and suddenly finds acceptance by his team. Emma meets a cute guy online and falls in love with him, but he, too, abruptly disappears so Mickey also searches for him. How Mickey has time for any school assignments is always beyond me! The book has a number of surprising twists including the ending. This one is a must for fans of Mickey Bolitar who want to know what happened after the last cliffhanger book. Will the series continue? This would be a convenient book to end with should Coben desire since he ties up almost all loose ends by its conclusion.
  • (3/5)
    A fun quick read from one of my favorite authors. Having to get my fix through his YA books which are just as good as his "adult" novels. I enjoy Mickey and his friends and their adventures. Wish my life had been so thrilling when I was a teenager. Hard to put this book down when nearly every chapter ends in a cliff-hanger to the next.
  • (5/5)
    This is the third book in the Mickey Bolitar series. Just like the first one, Mickey is trying to find the truth in the death of his father but this time he has to deal with what happened to his friends Spoon who got shot and is still in the hospital and telling the truth to Rachel about her mother`s death.

    This time Ema his best friend is asking for help in finding her online ‘boyfriend’ who has stop communicating all of a sudden not only that, the school bully Troy who got kicked out of the basketball team because of steroids is asking for his help in exonerate him. He still has to deal with his uncle Myron and his mother who is still in rehab.

    Just like the other two books this is a fast paced book. A lot of action, the suspense is on point. Even though the story is serious, the teenagers in this books sometimes act mature but not too much, the kid inside comes out and the author did a very good job not to overdo it.

    I like the fact that all three books are well connected, you can read this one on its own since he does recap the other two books in this one but I recommend reading all three to get a better understanding.

    I love the ending but it left so many unanswered questions. I hope the author is thinking about writing another one to answer that is still lingering.

    Great series not only for young adults but grownups too

    4.5 stars.