Book Description

(From Waterstones)

Around the time that Freya loses her voice while recording her debut album, Harun is making plans to run away from home to find the boy that he loves, and Nathaniel is arriving in New York City after a family tragedy leaves him isolated on the outskirts of Washington state.

After the three of them collide in Central Park, they slowly reveal the parts of their past that they haven’t been able to confront,and together, they find their way back to who they’re supposed to be.


Why I Bought It

I loved If I Stay and I Was Here so I felt that I had to read this. I hadn’t even realised that Gayle Forman had brought out a new book until I saw this in Waterstones. I picked it up to read while I was on holiday because it seemed like a nice quick read.


Overall Thoughts

The characters were all very varied and very different from each other which made me wonder from the beginning on how they would ever have a friendship by the end of the novel.

I was a bit disappointed because little actually happened in the book, which is why I don’t really have much to say about this. The novel all takes place across one day and it seems more like a commentary of that day rather than an entertaining plot.

I’ve held off reviewing this for a while because I just wasn’t that int it. I did an age to read it all and it did have a few entertaining parts, but overall I was quite disappointed with this because it wasn’t as good as Gayle Forman’s other books.

Buy I Have Lost My Way from Amazon here.


Rating: 📚📚

Genre: Young Adult Fiction

Recommended to: Fans of John Green


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2 Comments

    1. It’s still worth reading, you might enjoy it a lot more than I did! I think half of the problem that I had was that I’d read so many absolutely brilliant books leading up to this and although it had its good parts, after reading so much good stuff it’s hard for anything to seem as good

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