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Posted October 9, 2006
A Compelling Emotional Search for Justice
A trying tale of a young girl struggling with the murder of her father, and trying to unravel the mystery behind his death. As Rachel Howard goes through life she tries to find her father¿s murderer. The Lost Night follows Rachel on her journey through the aftermath of her father¿s murder and path of trying to find her father¿s murderer. This book is a good book to read though depressing and grim at times, the overall message shows Rachel growing as a stronger person despite what happened in her childhood. People who have recently experienced a loss in their family might especially find this book high-quality. The low point of this book was that though Rachel Howard is a good story teller, the book seemed to drag in some place and lack some details in other parts. Overall though The Lost Night was a very good book with good narration and gave the reader a good picture of what Rachel Howard was feeling at the time of the events.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.