The Lost Girl



The Lost Girl When you re an identical twin, your story always starts with someone else For Iris, that means her story starts with Lark Iris has always been the grounded, capable, and rational one Lark has been inventive, dreamy, and brilliant and from their first moments in the world together, they ve never left each other s side Everyone around them realized early on what the two sisters already knew they had better outcomes when they were together.When fifth grade arrives, however, it is decided that Iris and Lark should be split into different classrooms, and something breaks in them both Iris is no longer so confident Lark retreats into herself as she deals with challenges at school And at the same time, something strange is happening in the city around them, things both great and small going missing without a trace As Iris begins to understand that anything can be lost in the blink of an eye, she decides it s up to her to find a way to keep her sister safe. Free Read [ The Lost Girl ] By [ Anne Ursu ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • The Lost Girl
  • Anne Ursu
  • English
  • 15 May 2018
  • 0062275097

10 thoughts on “The Lost Girl

  1. Heidi Heilig says:

    MY NEED IT IS MIGHTY.

  2. TheBookSmugglers says:

    This was WONDERFUL Beautifully written and emotional and I could relate with Iris so MUCH for taking care and worrying about her sister to the point of forgetting about her own health 3and then there are the groups that surround the girls and Camp Awesome is SO AWESOME

  3. Colby Sharp says:

    Amazing Captivating Distinguished.

  4. Greg Andree says:

    Review by 11yo Novalee Did you know that a character in The Lost Girl is named after me She only shows up for a chapter, but she is kick butt I refuse to swear here Novalee, a member of the Camp Awesome, that Iris s mom makes Iris join And with me in it, Camp Awesome is not ironic at all It really lives up to its name now I was like, YASSSS Queen The novel, The Lost Girl, by Anne Ursu, was an outstanding book about two twins sisters, named Iris and Lark, who do absolutely everyth Review by 11yo Novalee Did you know that a character in The Lost Girl is named after me She only shows up for a chapter, but she is kick butt I refuse to swear here Novalee, a member of the Camp Awesome, that Iris s mom makes Iris join And with me in it, Camp Awesome is not ironic at all It really lives up to its name now I was like, YASSSS Queen The novel, The Lost Girl, by Anne Ursu, was an outstanding book about two twins sisters, named Iris and Lark, who do absolutely everything together But, as the next grade starts, for the first time ever,the dynamic duo are separated in classes Iris, who is forever looking out for Lark is angry, and as she realizes to herself that Lark won t be okay on her own, she swears to herself that she will protect her sister, whatever it takes.The first thing about the book that I loved was the character development Iris, smart, firm, intent, and it feels like part of her is gone when Lark isn ...

  5. Jen says:

    I received an ARC of this book I read it in one day And now I want to give this book to every girl child and every woman I know I want you to read it It s magical, but not just magical.

  6. Katie Fitzgerald says:

    I requested an ARC of this book based on how much I enjoyed the author s previous novel, Breadcrumbs Unfortunately, after reading the author s note about the patriarchy and subversive female friendships and then seeing reviews here on Goodreads associating the book with MeToo and the Resistance, I have decided not to read it after all I make it a point to avoid children s books with political agendas, and this book seems to have a st...

  7. Melissa says:

    Smash the patriarchy indeed.

  8. Kidlitter says:

    A DRC was provided by Edelweiss for a fair and honest review.Lark and Iris, how I wanted to like youDespite this reader being wary of books about twins, your author is a good writer with the best of intentions for you She wants to write a book about girls being diminished by the patriarchy, an insensitive school culture, poor though well meaning parenting, and their own self doubt She also wants to throw in a good dose of not so nice magic borrowed from everyone from Grimm to Stephen Ki A DRC was provided by Edelweiss for a fair and honest review.Lark and Iris, how I wanted to like youDespite this reader being wary of books about twins, your author is a good writer with the best of intentions for you She wants to write a boo...

  9. Jessica Lawson says:

    Oh, Anne Ursu, you ve done it again On an emotional level, The Lost Girl expertly captures the pain of separation and the fear joy bravery hope involved in forging new bonds Making friends, facing bullies, feeling different than peers, wondering where if you ll ever fit in, being taken seriously as a young person all are addressed in a way that really made me feel as though I were in Iris s shoes and Lark s as well As for the technical side of the writing, there is so much to admire here Oh, Anne Ursu, you ve done it again On an emotional level, The Lost Girl expertly captures the pain of separation and the fear joy bravery hope involved in forging new bonds Making friends, facing bullies, feeling different than peers, wondering where if you ll ever fit in, being taken seriously as a young person all are ...

  10. Benjamin Kissell says:

    While an arc isn t always the same as the final product the lack of interior art, for ex , nothing could change how simply perfect The Lost Girl was from page one forward.Few authors have ever truly mastered the lyrical voice of the narrator the way Anne Ursu has at once the classical wink and a nod narrator you d find in a Grimm s tale and simultaneously refreshingly original, new and modern Anne Ursu is that supreme figure singing Homer s epics with Annie Lennox s voice.Whether she s casual While an arc isn t always the same as the final product the lack of interior art, for ex , nothing could change how simply perfect The Lost Girl was from page one forward.Few authors have ever truly mastered the lyrical voice of the narrator the way Anne Ursu has at once the classical wink and a nod narrator you d find in a Grimm s tale and simultaneously refreshingly original, new and modern Anne Ursu is that supreme figure singing Homer...

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