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The Lost Boy - Greg Ruth
The Lost Boy
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Greg Ruth,Paperback, English-language edition,Pub by Scholastic, Inc.
Greg Ruth,Paperback, English-language edition,Pub by Scholastic, Inc.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780439823326 (0439823323)
Publisher: GRAPHIX
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
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Jessica (HDB)
Jessica (HDB) rated it
5.0 The Lost Boy by Greg Ruth
Well now, this was a treat. I've been on a graphic novel reading binge lately and, as much as I love a vibrant panel, the first thing that caught my eye here was the stark black and white inking. This is the story of Nate. Of his move to a new place, of finding a mysterious recorder, and of discover...
TsalagiWriter rated it
4.0 The Lost Boy by Greg Ruth
Nate's not happy about moving, but he didn't really have a choice. When he chooses his bedroom, Nate finds an old tape recorder under the floor board and learns about the boy who recorded the tapes that disappeared many years ago.And just as the boy on the tape, Nate begins to see the strange creatu...
sixthreezy readsies
sixthreezy readsies rated it
4.0 The Lost Boy
The Lost Boy is not anything out of the ordinary, especially when it comes to teen fiction. It’s a story of a young man who moves into a new place with his family, but finds himself lost in his new environment. Struggling to find a place, or person, to help begin constructing his new home, Nate Cast...
Chasm of Books
Chasm of Books rated it
3.0 ARC Review: The Lost Boy
When I requested The Lost Boy, I didn't know that it was actually a graphic novel, so imagine my surprise when I opened the file on my NOOK and a bunch of pictures showed up. All of the graphic novels I'd read up until then had all been Japanese (translated to English of course) so The Lost Boy was ...
Ruined by Reading
Ruined by Reading rated it
2.0 The Lost Boy
The Lost Boy is precisely the sort of thing an adult might think a child might dream up if he was intent on dreaming up a fantasy world. Major roles are played by small animals, broken down dolls, toy soldiers, and insects. However, I have really never met a child who actually populates his own fant...
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