1 edition of The lost summer found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W6665811437 Lost 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||253 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||2010277363|
The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott, a bittersweet, stirring debut novel byKelly O’Connor McNees, explores the possibility that Alcott, who wrote so passionately about romantic relationships, did in fact have an affair of her own and that her success as a novelist came at a high price. The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott By: Kelly O'Connor McNees.
"I died one summer, or I almost did. Part of me did. I don't say that to be dramatic, only because it's true." For the past nine years, Helena Waite has been returning to summer camp at Southpoint. Every year the camp and its familiar routines, landmarks, and people have welcomed her back like a long-lost . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Lost Summer: A Personal Memoir of F. Scott Fitzgerald by Tony Buttitta (, Book) at the best online prices at .
SUMMERLOST By Ally Condie pp. Dutton. $ (Middle grade; ages 10 and up) “My dad used to say that life was like turning the pages in a book Author: Natalie Standiford. About The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott. A richly imagined, remarkably written story of the woman who created Little Women—and how love changed her in ways she never expected. Countless readers have fallen in love with Little Women. But how could the author—who never had a romance—write so convincingly of love and heartbreak without experiencing it herself?
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The Lost Summer is a coming of age story centered on summer camp and all that entails, including summer crushes, and array of camp activities, and new and evolving friendships/5.
The Lost Summer was mostly a coming of age book that dealt with finding out who your true friends are while experiencing romantic relationships and making good chooses in the end. This left the plot to be interesting and overall keep you engaged in the by: 1. Written with great verve and with an insider's knowledge The Lost Summer is a delightfully informative blend of scholarship and gossip.
The sections on Edith Evans, Binkie Beaumont and Robert Flemyng were fascinating. This is far from the usual desiccated academic survey - though comprehensive - I relished the author's wit and trenchant criticism/5(7).
Kelly O'Connor McNees is an editor and the critically acclaimed author of The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott and In Need of a Good Wife.
She lives in Chicago with her husband and daughter. She lives in Chicago with her husband and daughter/5(). The Lost Summer was mostly a coming of age book that dealt with finding out who your true friends are while experiencing romantic relationships and making good chooses in the end.
This left the plot to be interesting and overall keep you engaged in the book/5(12). Much of this book was drama for the sake of drama most of the time. To briefly There's only so much suspension of disbelief you can have in a single story. I think in Alex McAulay's "Lost Summer", that suspension was used up well before the book hit the 10% mark, at least for me/5.
Lost Summer is a very intriguing novel. M.T. Stone has changed the way the novel iw written in this one. Lost Summer is a book about a 17 (almost 18) year old girl who is kidnapped by a homeless man.
Throughout the book there are twists and turns and dark paths that come to light. There are some odd coincidences that you will least expect/5. The Lost Summer: A Personal Memoir of F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Lost Summer is a graceful and touching memoir--an evocation of an American age almost forgotten, and a fascinating portrait of a great writer struggling to rediscover his voice/5.
The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott Hardcover – Deckle Edge, April 1, by Kelly McNees (Author)/5(). Infused with emotion and rich with understanding, Summerlost is the touching middle grade debut from Ally Condie, the international bestselling author of the Matched series, that highlights the strength of family and personal resilience in the face of Hardcover, pages/5.
It also holds the key to a generations-old lost treasure he can’t resist any more than he can resist his new neighbor. Against this breathtaking landscape, Dylan and Olivia pursue long-buried secrets and discover a mystery wrapped in a love story past and present.
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Alex McAulay, author of Bad Girls, Lost Summer, and Oblivion Road, is a graduate of Brown University, and holds a Ph.D. in literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel is also an indie-rock musician who has recorded several albums under the name Charles Douglas.
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The Lost Summer is a coming of age story centered on summer camp and all that entails, including summer crushes, and array of camp activities, and new and evolving friendships.
This whole book is about growing up, about new responsibilities and opportunities, letting go of cherished routines not because we want to but because we have to, and realizing that we always have to keep moving forward/5(4).
Get this from a library. The lost summer. [Kathryn Williams] -- "For the past nine years, Helena Waite has been returning to summer camp at Southpoint. Every year the camp and its familiar routines, landmarks, and people have welcomed her back like a long-lost.
Williams has all the right ingredients for a popular tale of lost innocence and fraught friendships. Unfortunately, flat characters and a predictable, painfully slow plot limit the appeal of this summer.
"The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott" is well written and expertly paced: a lovely book from beginning to end. Fans of historical fiction will be thrilled with the exquisite details that pop up throughout this debut novel by Kelly O'Connor McNees, while followers of Louisa May Alcott will feel as if they've been re-introduced to an old, dear friend.5/5(5).
Overview Join New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers with the first book in the Swift River Valley series Secrets of the Lost Summer. A wave of hope carries Olivia Frost back to her small New England hometown nestled in the beautiful Swift River Valley.
She's transforming a historic home into an idyllic getaway/5(). The Lost Summer () About book: The story The Lost Summer, written by Kathryn Williams is about the protagonist Helena, and her journey through summer camp.
It was her first year of meeting the age requirement to be a camp councelor, but unfortunetly her best friend, Katie Bell, was too young.
Parents need to know that Summerlost follows a year-old girl's first summer after her father and young brother were killed by a drunk driver. Wistfulness permeates the novel, including a boy's wish to connect with his emotionally distant father, an obsession with the life and early death of an admired actress, and a girl's struggle to find her footing after learning that nothing is ever 5/5.The Lost Summer A Personal Memoir of F.
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