Book Review: The Library of Lost and Found, by Phaedra Patrick

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Title:  The Library of Lost and Found
Author:  Phaedra Patrick
Genre:  Fiction
Rating:  4 out of 5

Martha Storm volunteers at the library. She does projects for anyone who needs help—laundry for a neighbor with a broken appliance, repairing a paper mache dragon head for the school, altering school uniforms for her nephew— and she’s so busy she doesn’t have time to wonder what happened to her life.

Until she receives a mysterious book filled with stories from her childhood, stories she wrote, and dedicated to her by her grandmother, Zelda, who died suddenly years before. In the book, Martha finds a clue that her grandmother may still be alive, and she’s determined to unravel the family secrets once and for all. And maybe, along the way, she’ll discover the truth about herself she’s kept hidden.

Martha experiences tremendous growth as a person in this book. Who she is and what she thinks she knows is completely upended, and she becomes someone new, like a butterfly emerging from its chrysalis into the sun. I was enthralled by the mystery of Zelda and what happened in the Storm family all those years ago.

Phaedra Patrick is a bestselling author who lives in the U.K. The Library of Lost and Found is her newest novel.

(Galley courtesy of Park Row/Harlequin via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.)

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