The Keeper of Lost Things By Roth Hogan (Book Review)

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What made me choose this book: I’ve been looking for books that are as good as the previous book I read, which is “The Roanoke Girls.” Aside from the very intriguing title, I was curious about the entire story since I was expecting this to be a story filled with magic. I was hoping that the “Keeper of Lost Things” is a person who’s found in the gates of heaven. I was wrong, but I was not disappointed.

When I read it: It took me time to read this because I got swamped, but I can assure you that this is a great and easy read. This novel doesn’t feed you with characters all at once. The book introduces characters slowly, which made me love it even more. Although some scenes were quite boring (sorry for the word!), in a house all the time, the haunts by the ghost make it entertaining and a page-turner!

Why I was hooked: I was hooked because the entire book got the point. The main character has a restless spirit to help, and there’s a task from a dead person that needs to be done. I wanted and needed to know how it’s done.

My general opinion on this book: The book is generally good, although this is not my usual type. The book does not have a running around with a killer behind kind of story. It is far from being suspenseful, but still, the report gives the readers something to look forward to. The lost things and the stories behind them are enough to keep us readers going.

That would be all for this book. Thanks for reading! 

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Just reading and writing my way out of this messy adult life! I have transitioned from having piles of notebooks stacked underneath my bed from writing on the internet and allowing people worldwide to read.

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