[KINDLE] ❄ Lost in the City of @ By Michael Bell – E-inbusiness.co.uk

Lost in the City of @ I love this book, I can t seem to put it down MickeyBell you certainly have a wild imagination I m on chapter 11 fantastic book but I don t want to end it I want to keep reading it.So if you want to get a wild book I highly recommend this for you you won t be disappointed, any age can read this Rhubarb Pie Is Gone Twelve Year Old Samantha Has Special Powers, But She Has Yet To Master Them In The Wake Of September Th Sammy Attempts To Use Her Powers To Turn Back Time And Change The Course Of History In Search Of Her Lost Father, Whom She Affectionately Calls Rhubarb Pie However, In Her Botched Attempt To Manipulate Fate, She Falls Down A Rabbit Hole And Becomes Lost In A Virtual Wonderland As She Wanders The Fantastical City Of , She Meets A Variety Of Zany Characters With Questionable Motives In Order To Break Free Of This Wacky World And Find Her Way Back Home, She Must Restore Her Faith And Connect With Her Powers Before She Disappears Forever Will Sammy Find Her Father Before She Loses Herself Lost In The City Of Is A Charming And Imaginative Work Of Fiction That Contends With What It Means To Experience The Chaos Of Trauma, Rediscover Oneself, And Heal From Unspeakable Loss Be prepared to be lead back to the reality through and adorable and full of enchantment story, where you will be able to recognize the metal stage that a lost could cause. This book is absolutely lovely Bell paints a perfect picture of the mindset of a preteen as she deals with loss Poignant message, beautifully written Samantha is relatable and readers will feel for her every turn of the adventure I enjoyed each of the characters Not one was unlikable I got it on Unlimited and finished the book in a day. What an adventure This book is quirky, creative, and full of heart.The nonsensical style and kooky characters are quite reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland, while metaphors represent the pain and despair that arose out of the tragedies of 9 11 It s a fabulous book that can be enjoyed by kids, teens, and adults alike.My book club is reading discussing this book in June, and I can t wait to hear the debates and discussions that arise It s a great book to read in a group setting.Overview Alice in Wonderland meets the tragic events of September 11th, 2001 12 year old Sammy Samantha Edison has lost her father Rhubarb Pie in 9 11 and embarks on a journey to find him and bring him home.She consults Uncle Walter in The Techno Geek Cafe made of melting ice, a metaphor for how time is ticking Here, Uncle Walter teaches Sammy the art of time bending, but since she hasn t quite mastered the skill, her botched attempt at manipulating time and fate leads her to fall down a rabbit hole into the virtual City of.While meandering the city of , Sammy meets many kooky characters on her journey some are good, and some are evil Here, the characters are in various stages of disappearing, and she herself begins to fade away the longer she stays in the City of Their disappearing is a metaphor for losing oneself to something whether it be trauma, loss, greed, etc., and we get to observe the individual stories of many people who have found themselves lost in the City of.There s a B story running alongside the A story Larry Quack is a hot shot Wall Street guy, owner of Soul, Mind, and Money Corporation He s a selfish jerk who only cares about money Turns out, he s the boss of Sammy s father Kevin Edison , and his offices are in the Twin Towers In this storyline, we learn about the real world characters in Sammy s life The stories eventually intertwine as the two worlds collide.The book is purposefully disorienting with a non linear story telling format thanks to time bending , meant to simulate the feeling of chaos and overwhelm that victims of trauma face, which makes reading this book a unique and fascinating experience.There are many lovely quotes that are worth saving and sharing This is one of my favorites If you ve ever lived in a house of cards, a place where collapse felt imminent, where nothing was stable you re not alone If your future seemed like it had holes than Swiss cheese, if happiness seemed unattainable you re not alone Books have a way of finding you at the right time in your life, and this is one of those books for me I connected deeply with this book in so many ways, and it often felt like the book was reaching out and speaking just to me I look forward to connecting with other readers to hear about their experiences with Lost in the City of This book to me is Fantastical, Imaginative, Creative, Absurd, Virtual, Truthful, Thoughtful, Philosophical, Political, Inspirational, A Conundrum, Irrational, Illogical, Deep, Lighthearted, Funny, Sad, Uplifting, Reality, Fantasy, Mystical, Magical, Touching, Powerful, Metaphorical, Emotional, UnforgettableAbout Love, Loss, Tragedy, Connection, Family, Freedom and so much. I am looking forward to the release of this book Love the description Love the topic Can t wait. My kids are voracious readers, and with spending so much time at home during the Corona Virus Pandemic, they ve been tearing through books like crazy I liked the concept of Lost in the City of , so I bought a few copies for my kids, and they can t put it down They keep talking about the fun characters and events of the book, and I love to see them so excited about reading They also asked me about September 11th, because they re too young to know much about it yet I thought this book served as a great introduction for me to tell them about that historic event It s a great book to read and discuss as a family. The concept of time is central to this mind bending fantasy rooted in the events surrounding 911 I loved listening to the audiobook version of Lost in the City of , narrated by Isabella Tugman She is able to breathe life into the complex characters in a unique and lighthearted way Sammy s ability to warp time back and forth reminded me a bit of Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children, as the children use portals to travel back to times of historical events The story, concepts, and creative imagery explore deeper psychological and social themes such as corporate greed, democracy, freedom, and social engineering in such a way that the content does not feel heavy This is a perfect book to read with your child of any age and discuss some of these sometimes difficult topics What a great adventure Never in my life would I have thought I would like a science fiction or fantasy book But I am a personal friend of Isabella, who recorded the audio for this book I am so happy that I read this book I couldn t put it down from the very first chapter Never in my life have I ever thought that anyone would think like me Let me give you an example, how do we really know that the color blue is the color blue when it could really be the color red Or how do we know today is not tomorrow or yesterday Reading this book open my mind to a whole new genre of literature Michael Bell is an excellent author And I happen to know he is a wonderful watercolor artist also Thank you so much Michael for sharing your mind with the world. Great book definitely a good book especially for quarantine

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