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Lost By Edward Pollock
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Kyle continues his adventure in this sequel of the previous book ‘The Wandering’. This time Kyle is in a mysterious place and gets up to all sorts of adventures. He finds himself in an... More > old building like place but finds a door into a dark room but unfortunately blows up a desk and ends up being chased by the mysterious figure as seen in the Wandering, but more is to come and Kyle has not finished his adventures yet!< Less
Lost By Edward Pollock
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Kyle continues his adventure in this sequel of the previous book ‘The Wandering’. This time Kyle is in a mysterious place and gets up to all sorts of adventures. He finds himself in an... More > old building like place but finds a door into a dark room but unfortunately blows up a desk and ends up being chased by the mysterious figure as seen in the Wandering, but more is to come and Kyle has not finished his adventures yet!< Less
Lost By Sara Elaine Violet
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Fiona Moore had everthing she could want, money, fame, success, love, family...But when she lost it all, more than her lifestyle was gone. She lost herself too. Afraid she was going insane, the... More > alcoholic singer checked herself into a clinic for treatment and help, but would it come in time? Or would the secrets she buried deep in her mind destroy her when they were finally brought to light?< Less
Lost By Pete Wilton
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You ask a spectator to take a deck from its box, shuffle them himself, and choose a card. You go nowhere near the deck during this time. The spectator then shuffles their card back in to the deck... More > so that their card is well and truely LOST. To be absolutely fair the spectator shuffles some more before placing them in to the card box. The spectator remains holding the box. You go nowhere near the box but you already know his card....! • Use an ordinary deck • No marked cards. • No key cards • No faked cards used. • No gimmicked card case. • No assistants. • Spectator can remove the cards from the box and examine them. • No duplicate cards.< Less
Lost By Pete Wilton
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You ask a spectator to take a deck from its box, shuffle them himself, and choose a card. You go nowhere near the deck during this time. The spectator then shuffles their card back in to the deck... More > so that their card is well and truely LOST. To be absolutely fair the spectator shuffles some more before placing them in to the card box. The spectator remains holding the box. You go nowhere near the box but you already know his card....! • Use an ordinary deck • No marked cards. • No key cards • No faked cards used. • No gimmicked card case. • No assistants. • Spectator can remove the cards from the box and examine them. • No duplicate cards.< Less
Lost By Zach Lane
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No one thought gods could make mistakes. Until one did. Astorous's mistake unleashes a monster upon the world and heralds a war between the ten realms who had been united in peace for hundreds of... More > years. Because of this transgression, Astorous is stripped of his godhood and thrown onto the world until he can fix his mistake. Coleous is not sure why his humble upbringing is noticed by the Goddess of Fate, and though he doesn't understand the meaning of the sword she gives him with the soul of a god slaved inside, Astorous does and, as a mortal man, Astorous is waiting for the time when this sword will fall into his hands so he can stop the war he started and slay the mistake he created.< Less
Lost By Quinn Tauzin
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The students did this project for NaNoWriMo during the month of November. This book was written by a fifth grader in Mrs. Albaugh’s fifth grade GT class. They are students at Fort Mill... More > Elementary School in Fort Mill, South Carolina. The students worked very hard for the whole month of November to type every single day. We spent the months prior brainstorming all their ideas and coming up with a story plots and conflicts. They all have such unique ideas and labored over these novels. Please take the time to read every single word and enjoy all their awesome creations. I am very proud of their work. I know it isn’t easy to write a book that is over 5,000 words. There was a lot of collaboration and hours of working in order to get this done. I can’t wait to read all of these incredible novels and celebrate all their hard work!!!!!!!< Less
Lost By Victoria polchies
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One morning I got packed up and headed for Bar Harbor, it’s a quaint little town, kind of like Woodstock, anyway my mothers friend, Kayla is driving me to Bar Harbor in a car, old smelly and... More > ugly, but hey, at least I get a free ride. Oh and for your information, my parents DO have a car, they’re just too lazy to drive me out to Bar Harbor, and while I’m there, I’m doing some shopping. Just to clue you people in about what I’m doing there, I’m going there to open my very own restaurant, I am sixteen going on seventeen, and I was home schooled, that’s why I finished school so quick. __________________________________________________ "Lost" is for teens, not children, i am certain that if a child read this they would be Lost. I would consider taking your time with this book.< Less
The Lost By Shelby Peace
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I knew exactly where I was going. I had visited there many times,every day since the death of my son. It was the place I referred to as the high point; the cliff at the very outskirts of the town.... More > It was raining out, the only way I really noticed that was because the rain was making my dress heavy against my skin. I liked the extra weight, the extra struggle. It would be how I knew that it was over, when I no longer felt the burden. I liked the feel of the cold bullets beating their way against my skin. I liked the way it made me shiver and the hair raise on my skin. It left me with an eerie feeling that I could only embrace with open arms and welcome. This was it. This was where I belonged. This was what I wanted. I ignored the sharp pains on my feet from the rocks. I could distinguish the warm blood from the cold puddles of stagnant water below my feet. I did not stop when my feet reached the last inches of cliff, and before I knew it I was flying.< Less
The Lost By Shelby Peace
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I knew exactly where I was going. I had visited there many times,every day since the death of my son. It was the place I referred to as the high point; the cliff at the very outskirts of the town.... More > It was raining out, the only way I really noticed that was because the rain was making my dress heavy against my skin. I liked the extra weight, the extra struggle. It would be how I knew that it was over, when I no longer felt the burden. I liked the feel of the cold bullets beating their way against my skin. I liked the way it made me shiver and the hair raise on my skin. It left me with an eerie feeling that I could only embrace with open arms and welcome. This was it. This was where I belonged. This was what I wanted. I ignored the sharp pains on my feet from the rocks. I could distinguish the warm blood from the cold puddles of stagnant water below my feet. I did not stop when my feet reached the last inches of cliff, and before I knew it I was flying.< Less

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