Book Review: The Lost by Natasha Preston @AuthorNPreston @SourcebooksFire #getbooklit #firereads #thelost #thelostbook #booksonthebookshelf #bookblog #bookblogger #bookreview #bookreviewer


PUBLISHER: Sourcebooks Fire

PUBLICATION DATE: March 26th, 2019

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Thank you to the publisher Sourcebooks Fire for gifting me a beautiful paperback copy of this thrilling novel to read and share my review with others.



In the small town of Aurora, teens go missing all the time. But when one of Piper and Hazel’s classmates disappears, they become determined to find out the truth of what happened to her.

While investigating, they meet three handsome and rich grad students…who kidnap them. The girls are taken to a building in the middle of a privately-owned forest. The building isn’t just designed to keep them locked away—every room is a test in survival. And Piper and Hazel won’t give up without a fight.



Can we take a moment to just appreciate the beauty that is the cover of this novel? I absolutely LOVE the cover of this book!

Ok, so the synopsis of this book had me absolutely hooked and I knew I MUST READ this thrilling novel. SO I was thrilled to have received a copy from the publisher – and I was NOT disappointed! This novel will have you flipping through the pages as you read more and more, wanting to know what was going to happen next. I was absolutely hooked on this book, and couldn’t wait to see what would happen to all the teens involved. Why were they disappearing, where were they? And who, if anyone, could be responsible?

When I found out the answer to those questions, I was shocked. I was not at all expecting that!! Three rich and handsome grad students, who kidnap the girls? and the house of horrors that awaits them all. Wow so much thriller and suspense, I loved it! Each room in the house of horrors has a different test that you must endure before they let you back out again and join the others kidnapped and you can re-join them in the common area where they are all held. One by one they are called to a room, and they must go or suffer consequences. As they return from the rooms they are called into, they return disheartened, broken, and hopeless. Why would their kidnappers be doing such a thing to them? How will they ever get over the daily torment, and who knows for how long!

This book was simply amazing, addictive, and a thrill for days. Be sure to read your copy now!


MY REVIEW: 5/5 stars



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