How to be Lost: A Novel - Amanda Eyre Ward Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099471272 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Amanda Eyre Ward / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2006-02-02 ... more
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by - written on 14/02/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
This is a haunting and moving book. The storyline is based around The Winters family who live in New York - particularly the three sisters: Caroline, Madeline and Ellie. When Ellie is five, she disappears and this breaks the family apart. The mother becomes obssessed over the next fifteen years by trying to find her and one day she finds a picture in a magazine and she becomes convinced this is the daughter she has lost. The book is told through Caroline's eyes - she moves to New Orleans to be a cocktail waitress and to escape her dysfunctional family. She grows apart from them but then embarks on a search to find Ellie. However, at various points in the ... Read the complete review
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