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Lost and Found

(Remnants #10)

3.65  ·  Rating details ·  320 ratings  ·  11 reviews
It’s been 90 days since the Remnants broke the Big Compromise, turning Mother from her course. Now they’ve arrived at the place they called home...500 years ago. But a lot can change in five centuries. Earth has been transformed into a wasteland of ash and debris. And if that isn’t bad enough, while the rest of the Remnants pull together to survive, Yago is slowly pulling ...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Aug 01, 2016 rated it it was ok
Hm! Man, how do I even compile my thoughts? My rating is so low for this one because it feels like another stepping-stone book -- another prelude to real things happening, a hint of things to come, but not actually developing the plot overly-much itself, despite the fact that we've finally reached (view spoiler) itself.

Here follows a series of disjointed thoughts, SPOILERS marked in spoiler text (but I know they don't always work on mobile):
-- It's a sign of how quickly
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Two guesses where the Remnants have found themselves – not quite home sweet home, but it’s not not home either. That is definitely Violet on the cover, and the center guy should be D-Caf since he’s the same model from Isolation. If we were going by groups, that would mean the third guy should be Roger Dodger, but he looks too old to be him. Meaning that my next best guess is he is Jobs? Not Billy, not Yago, not Edward, doubtful it’s Anamull, can’t be Burroway, really doesn’t seem like Mo’Steel… ...more
Aug 27, 2019 rated it it was ok
Although there has been exciting developments, some of the ocurrences that should be impactful came across as underwhelming thanks to how fast they glossed over them (view spoiler) but it might just be my own perception.
Julie Decker
The three creepy Mayflower survivors Amelia, Duncan, and Charlie are all about using others for their own purposes, but hope is on the horizon: the planet Earth is close. But will it be habitable after the disaster that befell it over 500 years ago? Jobs has to determine the answer to that question, and in the meantime Yago's urges to be king of something are interfering dangerously and 2Face is causing waves. But now that Tate is having weird dreams about the Earth--and how it might be saved ...more
Definitely not the best Remnants book. In fact, it may be the worst so far. But at least they're finally making progress. Lots of the book is just ambling, but they do finally get to Earth and things start happening again. It's just amazing how stupid these characters still are. You'd think they'd learn something by the tenth book, but they really don't.

A few of the mutations are getting a little ridiculous as well.
Mar 28, 2008 rated it liked it
So the Remnants have decided to return to Earth. When they finally make it there and discover that the planet was damaged too badly to have allowed life to continue they are disappointed. But Jobs won't give up hope.

Another good chapter in the life of the Remnants and I am looking forward to reading the finale as the Remnants return to a very different planet Earth.

Oct 16, 2009 rated it liked it
Nothing much happened in this one. 2Face is very odd. I can't deal with the names or the ages. Basically, all the same things I've been saying all along about this series.
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I can't believe that they actually landed on Earth! I'm really curious to see what happens next.
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Katherine Applegate is the author of The One and Only Ivan, winner of the 2013 Newbery Medal. Her novel Crenshaw spent over twenty weeks on the New York Times children's bestseller list, and her first middle-grade stand-alone novel, the award-winning Home of the Brave, continues to be included on state reading lists, summer reading lists, and class reading lists.

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  • Destination Unknown (Remnants, #2)
  • Them (Remnants, #3)
  • Nowhere Land (Remnants, #4)
  • Mutation (Remnants, #5)
  • Breakdown (Remnants, #6)
  • Isolation (Remnants, #7)
  • Mother, May I? (Remnants, #8)
  • No Place Like Home (Remnants, #9)
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