Let's Get Lost

Let s Get Lost Isabel is the girl who rules the school with an iron fist and a gang of minions who do her bidding Her friends are scared of her her teachers can t get through to her and that s just the way she lik

  • Title: Let's Get Lost
  • Author: Sarra Manning
  • ISBN: 9780525476665
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Isabel is the girl who rules the school with an iron fist and a gang of minions who do her bidding Her friends are scared of her, her teachers can t get through to her, and that s just the way she likes it With her razor sharp edges and tall walls, nothing gets to Isabel and no one, but no one, is ever going to discover her dark, sad secrets Then she meets Smith And IIsabel is the girl who rules the school with an iron fist and a gang of minions who do her bidding Her friends are scared of her, her teachers can t get through to her, and that s just the way she likes it With her razor sharp edges and tall walls, nothing gets to Isabel and no one, but no one, is ever going to discover her dark, sad secrets Then she meets Smith And Isabel learns that sometimes when all the expectations and pressures are too much, you just need someone to help you get lost.

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    1. Let's Get Lost by Sarra Manning holds the place of my favorite book [it actually ties for first place with The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen]. It is such an amazing book, I could not put it down once I started reading it. I'll admit it, the reason I picked the book up was because the of the cover, something about the girl on the front, the expression on her face looked familiar for some reason, I know, that sounds stupid, but I'm glad I DID pick it up. This book always touches a spot in my [...]

    2. 2 ½ stars. Subject matter is not entertaining for me. Readers who are grieving or in another place of sadness might like this.I rounded up to 3 stars because the author is an excellent writer. Her character creation and methods of story telling are good. No contrivances to move the plot. It’s thought provoking. It’s about two things: bullying and the death of one’s mother causing grief and guilt.BULLYING:Sweet smart girl suffered from bullies when in middle school. When she went to high s [...]

    3. Everyone was right when they said I’d carry a piece of you in my heart and I do. And it burns so bright, the tiny corner of my heart that’s exclusively yours, that it’s turned all the terrible things we said that day into ash and all that’s left is the good stuff.- IsabelSongs let you see into someone’s soul.- IsabelI think the reason why cigarettes are a good thing—apart from speeding you off this mortal coil a few years before your time—is that they give you something to do when [...]

    4. After seeing a pretty teenager on the cover, I had to buy Lets Get Lost. In the novel, author Sarra Manning tells the trials and tribulations of Isabel’s life. “I looked older, which was good because it meant that I might actually be able to buy cigarettes and wine without getting into this whole thing about my date of birth and who the prime minister was on the day I was born” But in order to understand the situation, you have to know the girl. Isabel is sixteen years old. She comes from [...]

    5. Me gusto, de verdad que si, al principio pensé que me iba a aburrir y todo eso pero estuve equivocada, uno con el tiempo se cansa de todas esas protagonistas mojigata y que no matan una mosca y así, entonces ame a Is, es una perra, grosera, pero que esconde mucho y a decir verdad me identifique con ella, es realmente una lectura rápida.

    6. Typical teenage story. I found it very hard to realte to the character. She's so broken by her mother's death inside, but acts indifferent on the outside. She is unliked by many because she truly acts like a bitch, even before her mother died. Nothing changed her. How are people supposed to understand?

    7. My first Sarra Manning, I didn't really know what to expect - wasn't sure if this would be a full-on teen angst fest or something more sedate.It's main draw was the main bad-girl character, Isobel. I am drawn to bad-girls and how well the author manages to get our sympathy and add layers. And I don't mean the highlight kind. A tricky business.All credit to Manning, she pulls this one off with aplomb - Isobel Clark is a bitch through-an-through, some of her actions inexcusable and on several occa [...]

    8. Sarra Manning es , sin dudas (al menos en mi opinión) , la mejor escritora de YA que hay en esta época (Al menos en el genero más light y Claro que todavía no leí nada de terriblemente popular John Greene ni varios otros famosos)Me encanta que no tenga una visión distorisionada de lo que es amor adolescente y que entienda a la perfección lo que siente uno a esa edad , acompañandolo siempre con un humor sarcástico y excelente (y digo , genial , al estilo FRIENDS o Arrested Development , [...]

    9. Bueno me ha gustado mucho como manejan el duelo de Isabel en cuanto a la muerte de su madre y el final fue totalmente inesperado no puedo evitar sentir que no se quedará con Smith (mi lado romántico presente en todos lados xD) pero me gusto como manejo la situación al final Isabel

    10. Some girls are born to be badIsabel is one of them. Her friends are terrified of her, her teachers can't get through to herher family doesn't understand her. And that's just the way she likes it. See, when no one can get near you, no one will know what keeps you awake at night, what you're afraid of, what has broken your heartBut then Isabel meets the enigmatic Smith, who can see right through her act. Bit by bit he chips away at her armour, and though she fights hard to keep hold of her cool, a [...]

    11. More of 4.5/5 I hated it as much as I loved it I'm not sure what to think about it.Favorite Quote:"I was a heartless, ungrateful wench of a girl who promised everyone who came into contact with me a one-way ticket to pain and hurt. I didn't know how to love and I didn't deserve to be loved back."I don’t like to read about mean girls, somehow the author always find a way to twist my mind and make me like them by proving that deep down they are good and kind-hearted, that there’s a reason why [...]

    12. This is the first book that I’ve read from Sarra Manning and I think it was a clean slate since I don’t know what to expect and I think I don’t have anything in mind the author that gives prejudices about the book.I think that the book was okay, I actually liked it even if the concept was something similar to the book, The DUFF which I also really liked, with the heroine undergoing a very hard situation in this book Isabel was in denial about her mother’s death and I could really relate [...]

    13. I've read this book twice now; once when I was 16 and the other time at age 18. I don't know whether it was due to any maturity I gained in those two years or (and I expect its the latter) I had just experienced more to my life and so could relate a bit more to the complex character of Isobel who definitely isn't all sunshine and rainbows, but I found myself so torn up over the book the second time round.Isobel is a deeply flawed teenager who is known as the school bitch that everyone is afraid [...]

    14. The book by Sara Manning, Lets Get Lost is a very mysterious romance fiction novel. It is very eventful and is full of mystery about Isabel and her mother. This book is generated toward teenagers who can relate to teenage relationships. When life leaves Isabel miserable she does the unexpected. Those who like romance mystery novels will be sure to enjoy this book. In my opposition this book is great. I loved the mystery of how Isabel's mother died and the emotional roller coaster of Isabel and S [...]

    15. I have mixed feelings about this book for a variety of reasons. I must admit I started off not really liking this book because of the main character. Put bluntly she is a utter bitch. I couldn't stand her, to way she treated those around her and I just found myself wanting to slap some sense into her from page one. She was just vile in every way she possibly could be and actually liked it when she got pulled down a peg or two at different times through the book. I loved smith. I loved him comple [...]

    16. I absolutely loved this book. I could not put it down.I first got this book a few years ago and I read the first few chapters and I wasn't really interested in it so I stopped reading and some how lost the book. A week ago I stumbled upon it and I thought I'd give it a second chance, and it was well worth it.Isabel believes that she's this tough, scary girl with no emotions and thinks that everyone will drop at the click of her fingers.She meets Smith, a geeky big-nosed guy, at a party; but he t [...]

    17. Simplemente ame este libro. No se si fue porque me sentía un poco identificada con Isabel o porque realmente podía sentir los sentimientos de ese personaje por la forma en que se narraba. Isabel había dejado de confiar en todos, se encerraba con todos sus sentimientos, aparentando por fuera que todo estaba bien para seguir siendo la gran perra de la escuela, pero cuando murió su madre era demasiado que guardar, lo que la hacia aun mas infeliz por dentro. Me gusto la relación Isabel/Smith, s [...]

    18. Este libro fue una montaña rusa de emociones por dios estaba bien en un momento luego e otro cambiaba todo lo que pensaba de cada personaje y que si odie un par y lo de la madre ese misterio de por qué ella no queria hablar sobre ella si que con ese final se paso Sara como después de todo las piezas se unen de nuevo y puede cambiar para bien me gustaron los momentos con Smith y la verdad que me gusto eso de que no sabia que iba a pasar con él le da cierto misterio, fue una rápida lectura y [...]

    19. ehhhthis book was oki mean, like, it was a good story and stuffbut the main character just pissed me off. in short (excuse my french) she was a total bitch. and after i finished the book i felt really angry and like punching things and gahhit was the regular storyline "OH I LOVE YOU BUT IM LYING ABOUT SOMETHING AND THEN SOMETHING BIG IS GOING TO HAPPEN AND NOW YOU HATE ME BUT MY MOM DIED AND YOU FEEL SORRY FOR ME SO WE ARE GOING TO BE TOGETHER HAPPILY EVER AFTER"so no, i did not like this book.

    20. I really despised the lead character Isabel for 90% of this book but she totally redeems herself at the end. Basically she loses her mum & goes into bitch mode with everyone. She meets a guy called Smith & lies to him about her age & it's all ok for a while until everything just blows up in her face & she realises she has lost yet another person she loves. I got annoyed at Isabel countless times whilst reading this story but the last chapter is self explanitory as to why she has [...]

    21. I have to admit that I flicked through this book quickly since I was feeling unwell and wanted to read something to help take my mind off things. This book wasn't bad at all but not one of my favourites, for me personally, I wouldn't read it again since some of the subject content at times was a little uncomfortable for me. I would recommend this book to others though who like reading Teen Fiction.

    22. I simply love Sarra's writing. This book was everything I want a good book to be - funny, slightly ironic, romantic, but not in this cheesy way and emotional. And, oh, did I mention, it was sooo funny? :) Sarra is an excellent writer, and it was even more to see in this book, because of the quite simple plot. Only thing I don't quite understand - why the hell does this book have such a low ranking?

    23. Let's Get Lost ticked so many boxes for me. The characters, especially Isabel, made me react emotionally. That being said, Isabel has her moments of selfishness and just plain bitchiness, but her backstory and the relationship with her father are rich enough and explored enough that it's explained. The story is engaging and mysterious and simply beautiful. Truly a masterpiece of young adult fiction, up there with the work of Sarah Dessen.

    24. A lot of teen angst and bitchiness. I got rather hooked into the story though. I think it was the fact that the main character seemed so tragically screwed up beyond anything, I'm always attracted to characters like that.

    25. I will tell that I love how Sarra Manning write!Isabel made me laugh a lot with her personality. The truth is that I really enjoyed this book if you want to read about a girl with a bipolar personality, kind of bully and inlove with a college guy, this is a good book :D

    26. British teen lit. I really enjoyed this one it shows you what goes on behind the facade of a girl who is mean to everyonewhat has caused her to be that way and how hard she tries to hold it in riveting ending!

    27. Review from my book blog (wordpress / livejournal)The Premise: Isabel is a troubled kid. She’s the Queen of the Mean Girls at her all-girl school, and there seems to be no particular reason for her reign of terror. No one can reach her, even after her mother’s recent death. Girls expecting a softer Isabel at school at the start of her last year are disappointed by an Isabel that is just as cold as ever. That is how it looks on the outside. Internally, Isabel feels stuck. She decided to be me [...]

    28. This book is brilliant for teens as you can so easily connect with Isabella, especially teens how like to keep people at arms length and don't care what people think about them. It's a gorgeous story which I think older teens would love if they like a lovely romantic story

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