Let's Get Lost - Sarra Manning Reviews
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Newest Review: ... long, so it is not a very big book and it doesn't take that long to read. Now about the story. Isabelle is a teenager, who ... more
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by - written on 04/09/11, updated on 04/09/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Let's Get Lost - Sarah Manning Before I go on holiday, I always like to buy a few books to read while sat at the beach. And as I went into a charity shop, Let's Get Lost caught my eye. I got it for £1 which for me is a brilliant price for a book. I had a look on Amazon and you can buy it from there for £3.99. I am not a huge fan of the cover of this book, but it did not put me off buying it. As you can see from the picture the cover is simple. A black background with a picture of a girl on the front. The book is 341 pages long, so it is not a very big book and it doesn't take that long to read. Now about the story. Isabelle is a teenager, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/08 (Very useful, 169 readings)
Cold-hearted Isabel has always been the leader of her school's most evil clique, yet when her mother dies, everyone expects her to change. Clinging on to what's left of her past life, she spends her time ignoring her father and being mean to her friends and meaner to her enemies, or anyone less popular at school. Then she meets Smith, who kisses her at a party, mistaking her for another girl, who instantly intrigues her, although she pretends she isn't interested in him. Not long later she's in love - the only problem is that she lied to him about her age, and everyone else is fed up of her arrogant, cruel behaviour. "Let's Get Lost" is a ... Read the complete review
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