Lost

Lost

eBook - 2014
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Eleven-year-old Barney has been on a quest to find his mother since she left when Barney was just a toddler. But everything changes when children about Barney's age--and all from the same neighborhood where he lives--start disappearing and turning up gruesomely murdered.
Publisher: New York : Minotaur Books, 2014
Edition: First Minotaur books paperback edition
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9781250028556
1250028558
1250042232
9781250042231
Characteristics: 1 online resource (411 pages)
Call Number: eBook

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SuzeParker
Jul 21, 2017

Note: I read the book as it was titled in the UK, "Like This, For Ever."
Another winner by S.J. Bolton. She's a master at keeping the reader guessing until the final pages. At several points during the book, I thought I had the killer identified. ("Oh, it's him!" "Oh, wait, all the clues point to her!" "Oh, wait...!") I love every minute of reading Bolton's novels and can hardly tear myself away, and when one ends, the only solace is knowing I still have other of her books to read. May she write "for ever."

19coco55 Sep 16, 2014

the new book in the series is under her "real" name
Sharon Bolton
"A Dark and Twisted Tide"
4th book of the Lacy Flint series.

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ndexter
Jul 30, 2014

S J Bolton is an accomplished writer, whose unique styles offers the reader suspense, intrigue, and the flair for the unexpected.
This recent tale was good to excellent, until the end where the story goes from the bizzare to the psuedo Twilight Zone in terms of the; psychology of a child being a killer, prison friend with expertise and wisdom to analyse writings that solve the crime, other uneccessary far reaching scenerios while plaus- ible seem unrealistic. Also, on two separate ocassions Bolton has relied on other book (Jack The Ripper & The Lost Boys) as themes, and/or story lines for her writings. Finally, what parent would allow their 11 year old daughter to go to a sleepover where ther are 5 boys (1,14yrs and 4, 9-11)?

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Willip_1945
Dec 11, 2013

Like This For Ever and "Lost" are the same story. Different titles but the same book ???
One an English publisher the other an American Publisher.
I did enjoy Like This For Ever!

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Willip_1945
Dec 07, 2013

Like This For Ever and "Lost" are the same story. Different titles but the same book ???

I did enjoy Like This For Ever!

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athena14
Oct 27, 2013

How nice that there's a lesbian couple; but they live hundreds of miles apart; and when they are together, one just pats the other's hand; and out of the blue, one wants to have a baby. The most asexual lesbian couple imaginable.

sjmitra Jul 10, 2013

An uneven writer at best, SJ Bolton's recent thriller is not as good as Now You See Me but definitely much, much better than the boring Dead Scared.

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tuttleliz
Jun 26, 2013

Another great book by SJ Bolton! Loved it!!!

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