01 January 2013

What's in a Name 6: Lost or Found

Here's the place to link up your reviews of books with lost or found (or equivalent) in the title.

If you don't have a blog or don't write reviews, please mark your progress in the comments.

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19 comments:

Rachelle21 1/2/13, 8:00 PM  

I used an e-book How to Lose a Tooth by E.C. Stilson.

Jane 1/18/13, 12:08 AM  

For this category, I chose Looking for Yesterday by Marcia Muller, # 30 in the Sharon McCone mystery series.

Paula 1/22/13, 11:41 PM  

I forgot to put the book title in my link - but I had the perfect book for this category on my TBR shelf - Lost & Found by Jacqueline Sheehan!

Scayley 2/4/13, 4:05 AM  

I have found A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness on my to be read shelf, that's 5 out of 6 books for this challenge that I have on my shelf. Just one more to find!

srivalli 2/4/13, 6:15 AM  

Sorry! Posted Link number 14 in wrong category no 15 is the correct one.

Mary R. 2/7/13, 1:56 PM  

I read Discovery of Witches which is book 1 of 6 for me for this challenge.

grammajudyb 2/27/13, 1:54 PM  

My selection for Lost or Found is
The Lost Wife by Alyson Richman. I didn't put the title in the link. :(

Carine 2/28/13, 3:49 PM  

My second book for this challenge, and a really good one too :-)

hannah 3/29/13, 1:18 AM  

My second book for the challenge, "Finding the Hero in Your Husband" by Juliana Slattery.

Reading in the Dark 5/19/13, 11:45 PM  

I read A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness as my second book for the challenge and linked above to my blog. I'm having so much fun with this so far!

yunitagena 5/28/13, 1:43 AM  

Hi
i already finished my first book.

http://yunitagena.wordpress.com/2013/05/28/the-lost-boy-dave-pelzer-review/

Ruby :) 7/19/13, 12:31 PM  

I'm not entirely sure if this counts, but I did Shipwrecked in terms of being "lost"! Ahhh well, the challenge does encourage creativity... *hopeful smile*

Level 1 Homemaker 9/7/13, 10:41 AM  

I'm wondering if The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson would count. . . He wasn't exactly lost, but the police were trying to find him. Anyone say yay or nay?

Marj 10/27/13, 9:09 PM  

Back in March I posted my link to "Four Lost Ladies" by Stuart Palmer, but didn't realize I was supposed to also post a comment. So I'm just catching up.

Tracy Terry 10/29/13, 7:05 AM  

That's my last book read for the challenge. Whilst not exactly 'lost' or 'found' I thought The Pleasure SEEKers a worthy equivalent being that it's what you might do when something is lost/before something is found. A bit of a tenuous link perhaps but then you encourage creativity.

Here's looking forward to WIAN 7.

Captain Nick Sparrow 11/10/13, 12:02 PM  

My "lost" book was one of my favorites of the year. Thank you for hosting this challenge!

Katy McCoy 11/23/13, 8:49 PM  

I read Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen 5/5. Set in Denmark. Just got the second and I can't wait to start it.

dollycas aka Lori 12/13/13, 1:21 PM  

That was close but I finished this challenge :)

Beth 12/31/13, 9:17 PM  

This is a great category -- out of the ordinary. Qualifiers for me would be:

Looking For Alaska
Hide and Seek
The Lost Fleet books
Aunt Dimity and the Lost Prince

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