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Rhubarb Pie is gone… 

Twelve-year-old Samantha has special powers, but she has yet to master them. 

In the wake of September 11th, 2001, Sammy attempts to use her powers to turn back time and change the course of history in search of her lost father, whom she affectionately calls Rhubarb Pie. However, in her botched attempt to manipulate fate, she falls down a rabbit hole and becomes lost in a virtual wonderland. 

As she wanders the fantastical City of @, she meets a variety of zany characters with questionable motives. In order to break free of this wacky world and find her way back home, she must restore her faith and connect with her powers before she disappears forever. 

Will Sammy find her father before she loses herself? 

Lost in the City of @ is a charming and imaginative work of fiction that contends with what it means to experience the chaos of trauma, rediscover oneself, and heal from unspeakable loss.

©2020 Michael Bell (P)2020 Michael Bell

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A great story!

There was a lot of concrete writing in this with great descriptions where I could visualize them for myself! I loved this story.

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This book in a nutshell feels like a modern day Alice in wonderland. You start in a dinner and then end up in this lost cyber city. The city of @. Crazy things happen and it can be a little confusing but it all comes together in the end. I really wanted to cry with how touching the ending was and the true memories of what happened in real life.

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amazing

I loved it great read!!! constantly interesting very intriguing . highly recommend this book! 5 stars

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I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This is one of the books where you wonder where the imagination of the author comes from. If you have ever read Alice in Wonderland, this is very similar to it. At one point, the main character asks "why is an ear an ear and not a finger?" and all I could think of is "why is a raven like a writing desk?" This is one of those books where I don't know if it was good or bad. it was just very different. I did like it overall but I would love to figure out how the author thinks to come up with a story like this.

The narrator was very good and had amazing voice control. I liked her and will be looking to see if I can find more books narrated by her.

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