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The Book of Lost Things MOBI Ù of Lost  Kindle ´ High in his attic bedroom, twelve year old David mourns the death of his mother, with only the books on his shelf for company But those books have begun to whisper to him in the darkness Angry and alone, he takes refuge in his imagination and soon finds that reality and fantasy have begun to meld While his family falls apart around him, David is violently propelled into a world that is a strange reflection of his own populated by heroes and monsters and ruled by a faded king who keeps his secrets in a mysterious book, The Book of Lost ThingsTaking readers on a vivid journey through the loss of innocence into adulthood and beyond, New York Times bestselling author John Connolly tells a dark and compelling tale that reminds us of the enduring power of stories in our lives

10 thoughts on “The Book of Lost Things

  1. Felicia Felicia says:

    This is kind of a deceptive book It seems like it could be young adult in tone at first but it is NOT young adult It s an adult urban fantasy starring a child Very cool and immersive, and a bit dark Hell, a LOT dark sometimes, haha The lore is very cool, you can tell that the autho

  2. Stephen Stephen says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Rumpelstiltskin aka the Crooked Man is one seriously scary and diabolical CREEPSTER Trust me, after reading this book, the above image of a sadistic, powerful, child slaughtering MOFO will forever displace

  3. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    Part fairy tale and part psychological study, I found this to be an engrossing and powerful book Recommend to everybody, particularly those who have used reading and books to get themselves through difficult times, especially in childhood.I don t look at this book the way some readers ap

  4. Kai Kai says:

    For in every adult there dwells the child that was, and in every child there lies the adult that will be This turned out to be a lot darker and crueller than I expected it to be But in a good way.Now, if you consider reading this with or to your children don t If I had to set an age limit I

  5. carol. carol. says:

    This is definitely not a young adult book If you should try, with best intentions, after reading numerous glowing reviews and having heard Connolly s name bandied about the bookish world, to gift this one to a ten year old, expect stern words and doubts of judgement And for pity s sakes, don t

  6. Annet Annet says:

    Extraordinary book, really special.Story about the seven dwarves made me laugh Magical book I have my eyes on Nocturnes now of Connolly.

  7. mark monday mark monday says:

    Fugue state, formally Dissociative Fugue usually involves unplanned travel or wandering, and is sometimes accompanied by the establishment of a new identity Fugues are usually precipitated by a stressful world war 2 era england, young David loses his mother after a lingering illness and

  8. Mith Mith says:

    I stayed up till 1 last night to finish this book I REGRET NOTHING.Recently I ve taken quite a fancy to fairy tale re tellings You can go right ahead and blame Gail Carson Levine for that The Book of Lost things belongs to that genre, albeit a bit LOTdarker.The book begins by introducing us to 12 year

  9. Rosh Rosh says:

    Didn t like this book as much but it did motivate me to sketch

  10. Lyn Lyn says:

    Fable like, but not YA.John Connolly s 2006 revisionist fantasy will draw many comparisons due to it s fable mythical themes Most notably will be a comparison to CS Lewis Narnia books since this is set in England during WWII and our young protagonist finds his way into an alternate world It s alternate fairy

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