The Department of Lost and Found

The Department of Lost and Found

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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
0061161411
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”…

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annekim9
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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