Not only had Adam lost his parents in a car crash, but he'd also forgotten who he was. Pamela is haunted by the patient who was murdered by her father. Barbara and Mike have mysterious secrets. Harry seeks solace at the bottom of a glass. And why is Mildred so afraid? While Helen's mind gathers dust, Lizzie mourns the loss of her and her husband. Both Penny and Jane are frantic to find their daughters, if in different ways. Rick wonders what to do about his family. And who is William? Most are strangers, all are haunted by darkness. Does this unite them, or is it something they must do that will free them? Will they find what is lost?
If you love fantasy books you'll love Lost Shadows. Once again, Julie Elizabeth Powell has done it again, another truly great read. It's a wonderful complex story with great characters. In this book a young boy named Adam has lost his memory as well as his parents, his only family. In his quest to find out what happened and why he can't remember we meet other great thought out characters. Some who have also lost their memories. In the end you find out just how truly amazing Adam is and what he's willing to give up to save another. It's such a great story that you won't want to put it down. I know I couldn't.
The narration was great. I enjoyed how animated the narrator was and how it really bring you into the story and makes you feel like you're right there and a part of it all.
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