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    DescriptionEva's life is not her own. She is a creation, an abomination - an echo. Made by the Weavers as a copy of someone else, she is expected to replace a girl named Amarra, her 'other', if she ever died. Eva studies what Amarra does, what she eats, what it's like to kiss her boyfriend, Ray. So when Amarra is killed in a car crash, Eva should be ready. But fifteen years of studying never prepared her for this. Now she must abandon everything she's ever known - the guardians who raised her, the boy she's forbidden to love - to move to India and convince the world that Amarra is still alive ...


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    Title
    The Lost Girl
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Sangu Mandanna
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 400
    Width: 129 mm
    Height: 198 mm
    Thickness: 25 mm
    Weight: 291 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9781849416177
    ISBN 10: 1849416176
    Classifications

    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: Y2.2
    BIC E4L: FAN
    BIC subject category V2: YFH
    BIC E4L: F11+
    Warengruppen-Systematik des deutschen Buchhandels: 22500
    BIC children’s book marketing category: E3N79
    BIC subject category V2: YFM
    BISAC V2.8: JUV037000
    DC23: 823.92
    Publisher
    Random House Children's Publishers UK
    Imprint name
    Definitions
    Publication date
    03 January 2013
    Publication City/Country
    London
    Author Information
    Sangu Mandanna was four years old when she was chased by an elephant and wrote her first story about it and decided that this was what she wanted to do with her life. Seventeen years later, she read Frankenstein. It sent her into a writing frenzy that became The Lost Girl, a novel about death and love and the tie that binds the two together. Sangu now lives in England with her husband and son. Find her online at www.sangumandanna.com/ Twitter @sangumandanna.
    Review quote
    "The most honest portrait of grief and loss that I've read in a long time. Filled with heartache, love and things that would stir Mary Shelley's ghost, this is not a story to be missed." -- Lauren DeStefano, bestselling author of the Chemical Garden trilogy "A provocative and page-turning thriller/romance that gets at the heart of what it means to be human" Kirkus Reviews "The Lost Girl is a lovely, lovely book. The writing is truly lyrical, full of thoughts and feelings and love and pain. Eva is more than an engaging character; she's a living, breathing girl of worth ... I loved the beautiful, evocative writing style and I loved every character in this book. I also loved the feelings and themes behind it - a reverence for life, an appreciation of beauty and freedom, a deep understanding of the importance of love." thebookbag.co.uk "The Lost Girl just filled me with a jumble of overpowering emotions, all of which touched my heart deeply. It's so beautiful. An overwhelmingly creative story. One that urges people to think, think very hard, and evaluate the value of a human life and how to live it. Debut author Sangu Mandanna has written an emotional, unforgettable tale of one's girl's struggle to just live as herself, to have an identity to call her own and feel how it is to be human, to love and be loved. Sangu Mandanna, you are brilliant!" AmaterasuReads.blogspot "This is a fantastic debut, one I couldn't put down and that raises some truly interesting question about the nature of the soul, ethics and the truth about being 'human'. I cannot wait to see what Mandanna writes next ... this was one of the most compelling YA books of this type that I have read to date" ChooseYA.com
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    It's refreshing that the heroine is brave but also vulnerable and relatable . . . It is also a treat to read a novel which is unashamedly British-Indian, and set in both Windermere and Bangalore . . . The story is fast-paced and the narrator is likeable