In The Lost Boy, David’s heartbreaking story continues as he enters his teen years and moves through the foster system searching for a place to belong and the love of a family that he so desperately wants and needs. David’s determination and spirit are inspiring, however this book is not heart-wrenching as the first but once again I could not put it down as I was curious to see how his story continues. As mentioned previously, this book is only about his teen years so I must read on, as the final chapters in David’s life are told in the final book of the triology – A Man Named Dave.
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