How To Be Lost...

How To Be Lost by Amanda Eyre Ward

This was another one of those "cover caught me" books. :-)

This quickly read novel is beautifully written, though I found myself disliking the main character as it wore on. The quick cutting between present and past, and different characters points of view was at first jarring but then became tolerable.

Caroline is convinced that her little sister, missing and presumed dead, is alive and well and waiting to be found. When her mother finds a picture that could be her sister, Caroline goes on a wild goose chase to Montana to try and find her and bring her home - 15 years after her disappearance.

I didn't really *enjoy* the story, but it was well written. I don't know what else to say about it...

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