The Department of Lost and Found

The Department of Lost and Found

Book - 2007
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"n this hopeful, humorous, and astonishingly deft debut, Allison Winn Scotch explores what happens when a young woman thinks she's lost everything that matters?and ends up discovering what's truly important. This is a novel that will leave you taking stock of what's important in your own life ? and never letting it go" -- publisher website (June 2007).
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2007.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780061161414
Branch Call Number: Fic Scot
Characteristics: 314 p. ; 24 cm.


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Apr 06, 2010

Natalie Miller has a perfect “career oriented” life, but after a while a “Mr. Cancer” is coming uninvited in her life. This is a time to remember all the good and the bad spots from her life, but is not a sad book. The life doesn’t have a bitter-sweet taste. The humor is sparking with every line. Is hard but you cannot lose your faith, you have to spent every moment taking the best of it. I love this book is emotional and “inspirable”…

Jun 19, 2007

Totally satisfying first novel! The main character Natalie Miller is very likable and she grows so much by the end of the book. Highly recommend; this author is talented.


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