Wednesday, August 16, 2017

SUMMER OF LOST & FOUND reviewed by Akossiwa Ketoglo

SUMMER OF LOST & FOUND
by Rebecca Behrens
Reviewed by Akossiwa Ketoglo

During her stay on the island of Roanoke with her Archeobotanist mother, Nell befriends a boy equally curious about the truth behind the Lost Colony and together they set out to uncover it.
The story was sweet, fun, adventurous and a surprising page turner. I loved how it was told in dual point of views, one in the past with the narrator unknown and the second in the present being Nell. I appreciated the realistic approach the author took as in, Nell couldn’t experience the adventures she went on without some level of disobedience and a few white lies (or flat out lies) here and there. The conclusion was satisfying without being perfect and made me shed a few tears.

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