Wednesday, January 9, 2019

The Lost Girl by Anne Ursu

They are twins and have done everything together.  However, it will different this year.  They have been separated and are in different classes.  Iris worries about Lark; she's not a strong person and embarrasses easily.  She doesn't want to be separated but she can't change her parent's minds.  What will happen this year?

Walden Pond Press and Edelweiss allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published February 12th.

As each girl makes their own way, they become more less dependent on each other and Iris begins to realize she was protecting Lark too much.

They have an elective class at the end of the day and Lark takes an art class.  Iris joins a "camp" at the library where Iris finds she's not very creative on her own.  But there's an antique shop across the street and that fascinates her.  It's not a good place to be but she doesn't know that.  The man who runs it uses magic and he's interested in her.  Once he locks her in, can she get away?  And what happened to his sister who disappeared?

Keep reading the tale.  You'll find out the answers to these questions.

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