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engrossing, intriguing, funny, insightful, addictive,
O'Flynn highlights what we always knew about ourselves but would hate to admit - we have become the new disciples of... Read more
A wonderful story, by turns hilarious, sad and moving.
Growing up in Birmingham but now living elsewhere I lived this story of urban decay and desperate lives brought... Read more
I enjoyed this book very much; what prevents me from giving it five stars is the slow middle section. Read morePublished 18 months ago by texgirl2762
I was charmed by the tale of this quirky, funny, bright little girl. A touching coming-of-age story that took me back to when I was ten and a quirky, funny, bright little girl with... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Susan C. Parker
I liked parts but as another reviewer noted, the whole book seemed disjointed from its actual central mystery of a child gone missing. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sophie K.
This book was chosen as one of my book club books, but was disappointing. Although the ending was good and the story fell into place after all, it was not until the two main... Read morePublished 21 months ago by mary
This was for my Daughter's summer reading, It appeared she enjoyed reading it. She got a good grade on her responses for classPublished 21 months ago by Donna Gilbert
What Was Lost
by Catherine O'Flynn
Ten-year-old Kate Meaney is a loner. She lives with her grandmother who is preparing to send her away to boarding school. Read more
God this book was bad. In more ways than I can say. I wanted to rip it up. NO character development. Hard to follow. Beginning read like a middle school book. Read morePublished on June 30, 2012 by syd