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Lost & Found – a Reading Guide

A fabulous trio of unforgettable characters. A road trip unlike any other. A book that will make you laugh, as it’s breaking your heart. If you’re loving Brooke Davis’s Lost & Found as much as we are, then here’s a Reading Guide for you to download, with some additional questions for you to mull over when you’ve finished it, but don’t quite want to let it go…

‘Uproarious and affecting… eccentric and sympathetic… Lost & Found could be ginormous’ Independent

‘Offbeat and funny… painfully, tenderly observant’ The Times

‘A story of loss and hope with one of the most vivid casts of characters I’ve come across. In particular, it is red wellied, seven-year-old Millie our heart weeps and soars for. A great read with ballsy, brilliant writing. A joy’ Matt Haig, author of The Humans

‘Thought-provoking and eloquent. Millie, especially, is a divinely brilliant little thing… A very special book that will stay in your heart long after reading’ Heat

‘ If you liked Rachel Joyce’s The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, you’ll like this’ Metro

‘Extraordinary, moving and laced with Amelie-style wonderment’  Sainsburys Magazine

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