The Book of Lost and Found: Sweeping, captivating, perfect summer reading
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The year is 1986 and Kate Darling has recently lost her mother June a world class ballerina in a tragic accident. I am an advocate of descriptive writing, really, I am, but only when it complements the plot rather than overwhelming it.
The Book of Lost and Found – HarperCollins Publishers UK
As you may have gathered, The Book of Lost and Found was very much a case of give and take; some elements were executed well, others distracted from the more accomplished facets.Tom reveals his side of a bitter-sweet love story that started in Hertfordshire and ended in Paris during the Second World War. We have a number of teaching packs, activities, powerpoints and much more for lessons themed around this story. When they arrive at the South Pole, the boy drops the penguin on the ice and starts his journey home.
THE BOOK OF LOST AND FOUND | Kirkus Reviews
Travelling to Corsica, Paris and New York she uncovers the dramatic love story of Tom and Alice and the consequences of decisions made in difficult times, where happy endings are elusive. Lucy Foley didn’t fall into any of the many pitfalls, instead managing to weave a great saga that had me engaged in the grand love story from the first page. I also love that Tom and Alice had a hint of contact at the end but it's not like they moved in together to live their final days.i predivni opisi Korzike, koji su me motivirali da guglam opisana mjesta i divim se prirodnim ljepotama u kojima su glavni protagonisti uživali svoju ljubav.