by Cat Clarke
Random House Children’s
Crown Books for Young Readers
Pub Date 06 Sep 2016
I was the Lost and the Found through the publisher and their parnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review, which is as follows:
Faith is trying to come to deal with her Mother’ Mental illness, she spends weeks at a time locked in her room, Faith bringing her trays making sure she eats and Faith’s Father reminding her, that she has Faith to think about.
Faith’s Sister Laurel went missing years before and one day the Police call saying they think they found her alive.
Thirteen years ago when Laurel went missing, Faith was only a toddler, and she only has secondhand memories of her big sister.
Laurel spent years locked in a basement and must learn to readjust to life with her family.
Laurel is not everything she seems to be though, and Faith finds herself making excuses for her, allowances for her, she would not otherwise make.
Is the girl her parents believe is Laurel, really her missing sister, or is her sister gone?
I give the Lost and the found Five out of five stars.