Monday, November 12, 2012

Review: Lost and Found by Amy Shojai

Book Description

 September 16, 2012
AN AUNT searches for her lost nephew—and dooms her sister.

A MOM gambles a miracle will cure—and not kill—her child.

A DOG finds his true purpose—when he disobeys.

Animal behaviorist September Day has lost everything—husband murdered, career in ruins, confidence shot—and returns home with her trained Maine Coon cat Macy to Texas to recover. She’s forced out of hibernation when her nephew Steven and his autism service dog Shadow disappear in a freak blizzard. When her sister trusts a maverick researcher’s promise to help Steven, September has 24 hours to rescue them from a devastating medical experiment impacting millions of children, a deadly secret others will kill to protect. As September races the clock, the body count swells. Shadow does his good-dog duty but can’t protect his boy. Finally September and Shadow forge a stormy partnership to rescue the missing and stop the nightmare cure. But can they also find the lost parts of themselves?

My Review: 

September Day is a animal trainer and pretty good at her job, she moved back to Texas after her husband a police officer got killed.
She locks herself pretty much u in her house when she is working on her item in a radio show (gives advise for pets) her phone keeps on calling, she ignores it and then her sister calls the studio phone line in panic telling her that Steven (her autistic nephew run away with his puppy)

September pretty much leaves the show and her house in a hurry to find her nephew. She finds out her sister is in trouble and people get killed around her. Will she be on time to fidn her nephew ans his puppy before they are frozen in the bitter cold snow weather.

She has 24 hours, while dead bodies pile up and she is often so close but still doesn't have them. Will Lizzy the criminal brain win and get them all killed for her goal? That is for you to find out!   

I personally love the book, I love September, I love the puppy who is trained by September to protect her nephew and bring his home.

You feel see and read it from Adult point of view, the autistic boy and the puppy I loved every minute with this book!

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