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The Lost Children by Carolyn Cohagan
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May 30, 10

bookshelves: fantasy, middle-grade, read-and-liked, got-it-for-the-cover
Read on May 22, 2010

I am unsure if the ending is to my liking or not.



This is a complicated book is all I will say. And I will also say that I have thoroughly, thoroughly enjoyed it.

But there is that confusion about the end. Do I like it? Do I not like it?

I remember trying to explain to my boyfriend about the book. Obviously, for the end to make sense, I had to relate to him the entire plot. The fact that I could do this with ease speaks of how put-together the author is, how she obviously was able to convey the plot to a simpleton like me. (I really am a simpleton. Go read my review for Looking for Alaska and see just how much of a simpleton I am.)

Maybe someday I'll decide about the ending, and then this review will either stay at 3 stars or bump up to 4.

Who knows? Certainly not me.

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