Let’s Get Lost by Sarra Manning

Posted: January 3, 2012 in Young Adults
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I never read Sarra Manning’s book before. This is the first book I read, written by this author. But totally liked it, and read it again and again at least four times.  I read this book almost 2 and half years back since then I am a fan of this book.

Its a teen oriented novel. Its a story about sixteen- year – old Isabel, a girl who lost her mother and tries to act  as if nothing happened because she dont want sympathy from people. She is mean and a bully but soon you will know what is  she from inside.  The story starts after the summer vacation, she lost her mother. She tries to act strong when all her schoolmates and teachers think she will be week after the big lose.

Isabel parties, boozes, flirts with guys as nothing happened and always gets to arguments with dad for doing this.  One day she meets a boy called Smith, whom she really likes and falls for. But she lies to him that she is eighteen years old and hangs out with him and lies to  dad that she is with her best friend Dot. Her relation grows with Smith and it turns sexual. But one day both, her dad and Smith will come to know about her leis and she will have nowhere to go.

What will happen to Isabel? Will her relationship will last with Smith after the truth is revealed? What will her dad do for her behavior? Will she ever come out of her pain of loosing her mom? to know you will have to read the book 🙂

A wonderful teen novel which makes you fall in love with Isabel even though she is full of flaws. I am waiting to read more books from the same author.

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