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The Story of the Lost Child - Elena Ferrante, Ann Goldstein, Hillary Huber
The Story of the Lost Child
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“Nothing quite like this has ever been published before,” proclaimed the Guardian about the Neapolitan Novels in 2014. The first book in the series, My Brilliant Friend, was a New York Times bestseller. Book three was a Times bestseller and a Notable Book of the Year. It was named a best book of... show more
“Nothing quite like this has ever been published before,” proclaimed the Guardian about the Neapolitan Novels in 2014. The first book in the series, My Brilliant Friend, was a New York Times bestseller. Book three was a Times bestseller and a Notable Book of the Year. It was named a best book of 2014 twenty-five times, including in the Times Literary Supplement, the Guardi
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ISBN: 9781504630061
Publisher: Blackstone Audio
Pages no: 18
Edition language: English
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Lenaribka
Lenaribka rated it
5.0 The Story of the Lost Child
Absolutely stunning.This ending left me speechless and with the heaviest book hangover EVER.P.S. I'm proud to have the same first name. Elena. Isn't it beautiful?
Nicole Reads
Nicole Reads rated it
3.0 [REVIEW] The Story of the Lost Child by Elena Ferrante
"I loved Lila. I wanted her to last. But I wanted it to be I who made her last. I thought it was my task. I was convinced that she herself, as a girl, had assigned it to me." (98%) Actual reviewHonestly, I don't even know what to think. This final book in the series was the one that to me, contained...
Silvie's bookshelf
Silvie's bookshelf rated it
4.0 The Story of the Lost Child: The fourth and final Neapolitan novel.
I just finished the Neapolitan series. Such powerful books about daily life, friendship, family, passion and love. With love stories that get you involved and deaths that shock you, the series is more than the story of a friendship between two women. It's the story of Lila/Lina/Rafaella, of the thin...
Lydia's Page
Lydia's Page rated it
4.5
This series was so beautifully written and so perfectly told that it truly didn't feel like fiction. It could have been a memoir, it rang so true to life and relationships. I haven't come across such a rich world in a long time.
KatieMc
KatieMc rated it
5.0 The Story of the Lost Child: The fourth and final Neapolitan novel.
Holy cannoli , that was incredible. Shit got real with this fourth and final installment of the Neapolitan Novels series. The violence, thugs, and corrupted power structures in Naples were featured through all four books, but view and perspective evolves. Initially it is seen from an child's persp...
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