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One Was Lost By Natalie D. Richards One Was Lost Damaged Deceptive Dangerous Darling Are they labels or a warning The answer could cost Sera everything Murder justice and revenge were so not a part of the plan when Sera set out on her senior campi

  • Title: One Was Lost
  • Author: Natalie D. Richards
  • ISBN: 9781492615743
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • One Was Lost By Natalie D. Richards Damaged Deceptive Dangerous Darling Are they labels or a warning The answer could cost Sera everything.Murder, justice, and revenge were so not a part of the plan when Sera set out on her senior camping trip After all, hiking through the woods is supposed to be safe and uneventful.Then one morning the group wakes up groggy, confused, and with words scrawled on theirDamaged Deceptive Dangerous Darling Are they labels or a warning The answer could cost Sera everything.Murder, justice, and revenge were so not a part of the plan when Sera set out on her senior camping trip After all, hiking through the woods is supposed to be safe and uneventful.Then one morning the group wakes up groggy, confused, and with words scrawled on their wrists Damaged Deceptive Dangerous Darling Their supplies Destroyed Half their group Gone Their chaperone Unconscious Worst of all, they find four dolls acting out a murder dolls dressed just like them.Suddenly it s clear they re being hunted And with the only positive word on her wrist, Sera falls under suspicion
    One Was Lost By Natalie D. Richards

    One Was Lost by Natalie D Richards One Was Lost is the story of a group of high school students on an outdoor trip When the weather turns bad, the group is split in two and then creepy, unexplained things start to happen Is a killer stalking the group Or is the killer one of them One Was Lost Richards One Was Lost is a story for a mature Young Adult audience Natalie D Richards touches on trigger issues looking at domestic abuse, bullying, sexuality, manipulation, abandonment, and the travails of class social warfare. One Was Lost by Natalie D Richards, Paperback Barnes Oct , If you enjoy fast paced thrillers with a plot line you can really get lost in, then definitely pick up One Was Lost by Natalie D Richards It comes out in October, just in time for Halloween, so mark it on your calendar and prepare to get lost Under the Book Cover From the Publisher One Was Lost Natalie D Richards One Was Lost Damaged Deceptive Dangerous Darling Are they labels or a warning The answer could cost Sera everything Murder, justice, and revenge were so not a part of the plan when Sera set out on her senior camping trip After all, hiking through the woods is supposed to be safe and uneventful. ONE WAS LOST Kirkus Reviews Oct , ONE WAS LOST by Natalie D Richards RELEASE DATE Oct , A high school senior camping trip turns into a survival nightmare when the group is targeted by a violent stalker Separated by a flooding river, the participants initial plan is One Was Lost by Natalie D Richards Fantastic Fiction One Was Lost A novel by Natalie D Richards From Natalie D Richards, the bestselling author of teen suspense books, comes a pulse pounding thriller about a group of teenagers being hunted through the woods, perfect for fans of Natasha Preston and Karen McManus. Once Was Lost Summary eNotes What is the rising acton in Once Was Lost The rising action involves Samara dealing with her mother s arrest for drunk driving and Jody Shaw s disappearance Rising action is the part of the story Off the Shelf A Review of One Was Lost by Natalie Jul , One was Lost is a fast paced, thrilling adventure about fighting to survive, and one that you will probably want to read from the comfort and safety of your own home. Books similar to One Was Lost Find books like One Was Lost from the world s largest community of readers members who liked One Was Lost also liked Truly, Madly, Deadly, Te The One That Was Lost jig on The Session The One That Was Lost appears in other tune collection The One That Was Lost has been added to tune sets The One That Was Lost has been added to tunebooks.

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    1. Sarah on said:

      Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to SOURCEBOOKS Fire and NetGalley Your blood is on our hands This was a YA mystery suspense story, about a group of kids attacked whilst on a camping trip.Sera was an okay character, although we didn t really find out all that much about her We knew that her parents were divorced, that she looked like her mother, and had some problem with a boy who was also on the trip Lucas , but other than that we were in t [...]

    2. Lia Bonnibel on said:

      This is going to be a very quick review because meh, I ve read worse, but I ve definitely read better, too I didn t mind the writing especially the dialogues and the characters I wish there was diversity, but still, Natalie D Richards did a nice job on that front, thing that not many authors feel the need to do, nowadays The plot, however, could have been developed better, same goes with the slasher factor it had some serious Pretty Little Liars For Dummies vibes going on The killer identity re [...]

    3. Carrie on said:

      During the senior camping trip things take an ugly turn when Sera and her group find themselves waking up to find half the group missing and their teacher unconscious The group comes to the conclusion that they must have been drugged but really become suspicious when they find words have been written on all their wrists Damaged Deceptive Dangerous Darling.One Was Lost is one of those reads that while it s not really a new or unique story line or even amazing writing it still can hook you into th [...]

    4. Stacee on said:

      I do love a creepy story and this sounded perfectly deliciousd for me, it delivered.I really liked the four MCs It s Sera s head we re in, but the one person POV makes it easy to suspect everyone It felt like every time I had it figured out, something else would happen It doesn t get much creepier than the woods and the plot takes off pretty much right from the beginning There were some interesting twists and a couple of character reveals I didn t see coming Not to mention an ending that was sat [...]

    5. Dianne on said:

      Your senior year in high school, the last year cocooned in the relative safety of the halls of education When it s over, they say you are ready to go out and face whatever the world has to offer Never were those words put to such a grueling test as the senior camping trip, when two teachers, and a handful of teens become the prey for a sadistic shadow in the night.One Was Lost by Natalie D Richards is a dark and chilling tale of a school trip gone than just bad It is a twisted tale of misplaced [...]

    6. Figgy on said:

      Actual Rating 1.5So, from the outset it s clear that this isn t the most original idea for a novel Undoubtedly scenes from countless suspense and slasher films and books spring to mind.And yet, the book has some pretty good ratings online some pretty positive reviews There s bound to be something about the writing that makes it worthwhile reading, no No.Okay, maybe that s a little harsh The book is fast paced and easy enough to get through, so if you like that kind of thing and don t much care a [...]

    7. Jen Ryland on said:

      One Was Lost is the story of a group of high school students on an outdoor trip When the weather turns bad, the group is split in two and then creepy, unexplained things start to happen Is a killer stalking the group Or is the killer one of them On the positive side, this book had a lot of action and suspense that kept me reading, and I enjoyed the first 80 percent On the negative, when I got to the end, I didn t feel like much of it was plausible The group suffers from a lot of bad luck not onl [...]

    8. Morris on said:

      One Was Lost is a good book for those looking for a fast, creepy read.The story begins immediately, without much explanation as to the backstory of the characters or the situation they re in All of that is explained over the course of the book I would describe the plot as one of the current PG 13 horror movies out there It isn t something complex, but it delivers on the chills and jumps The cover pretty much sums up the mood.I recommend One Was Lost for those looking for a fun and fast read that [...]

    9. Eva • All Books Considered on said:

      Review originally posted at All Books Considered 2.5 STARSThis one was very much in the vein of I Know What You Did Last Summer and other, similar books by R.L Stine or Christopher Pike, just not as good as I remember those YA horror thriller books being One, there was a serious focus on Sera s crush former crush and why she thought she couldn t be with him I found her reasoning to be quite lacking and also the fact that she would be focused on him and kissing him when someone was trying to kill [...]

    10. Kisses A on said:

      I really enjoyed this book Kept me at the tip of my toes Full review to come.

    11. Lexxie (un)Conventional Bookviews on said:

      This review was originally posted on un Conventional BookviewsBooks like One Was Lost is one of the reasons why I m terrified of camping in the woods That s my story, and I m sticking to it One Was Lost follows a group of teens as they are on a school trip in the forest, where they have to survive with the means they have with them We get to know Sera better than her school mates, as the story is told from her perspective And one of the themes in this story really has to do with perception and p [...]

    12. Angela Powell on said:

      The one star is for the premise of the book, the reason I checked it out to begin with on a hiking weekend, four friends wake up in their tents to find words scrawled on their arms dangerous, damaged, deceptive, and darling Their leader teacher won t wake up and all of their supplies have been stolen or ransacked The rest of the group is missing Sounds like a good read, right It should ve been, but instead of focusing on survival and a possible serial killer, the author went with simpery romance [...]

    13. Trisha on said:

      It s harder to wash away things once they re buried this deep Imagine backpacking miles and days of walking from civilization, your cell phone doesn t work and you haven t see anyone other than your hiking group for days A group of seniors and 2 teachers head out for a school trip it s one of many options so there aren t a ton of kids on the trip They are two days into their backpacking trip when the rains hit It s been raining all night and all day There are concerns of bridge washout and strea [...]

    14. Heather A on said:

      I received a copy from Netgalley The premise of this one sounded interesting enough, a group of teens on a senior field trip wind up stranded in the woods, spooky things start happening, teachers go missing and they re being stalked by an unknown figure who writes strange things on the arms of four of the kids Dangerous Darling Damaged Deceptive With no clue what s happening, stranded from their classmates by bad weather, and suspicions mounting, the kids must pull together and figure a way to g [...]

    15. Amy on said:

      Full review on novelgossipI kept having one thought come to mind while reading this, over and over again and it was this I feel like I m watching a typical teenage horror movie You know how when you re watching said movie and you end up yelling at the screen because the main character s keep making stupid decisions and walking into obvious traps There was quite a bit of that happening here Similar to the way I feel after watching one of these movies I can t quite decide if I liked it or not Were [...]

    16. Vanessa on said:

      I won a finished copy of this book through a giveaway.This one creeped me out Going into this, with the young adult label, I didn t expect for it to be scary, but, boy, it was You know how books have you creeping around corners and jumping at the slightest noises This was one of those books for me granted, I get scared easily, but Natalie D Richards is really good at what she does.The book was well written, and I enjoyed the characters personalities, though I wasn t crazy about Sera s backstory [...]

    17. Shane on said:

      This is my third time reading a Natalie D Richards book and honestly, I was hoping for after that blurb It filled me with intrigue, seeing as the characters were camping in the woods I like that setup it s dark and alluring, the perfect mix for a suspense novel But throughout One Was Lost, while the mystery held my attention, I wanted in other areas I liked how it started out with the characters already in the woods and about to start heading back It would have been fine like that, but then Se [...]

    18. Debbie on said:

      Six students and two teachers go on a hiking trip into a forest Due to a huge storm, they are separated The river is starting to rise and all of them can t make it across in time Four students and a teacher on one side and two students and a teacher on the other side No big deal The river will go down soon as it has stopped raining They all set up their camp sites and go to sleep The next afternoon yes afternoon, not morning is when things start to become strange and scary And that s also the mo [...]

    19. Empress Reece (Hooked on Books) on said:

      We Were Sleeping, And They Were in Our Tent 4.5 starsOne Was Lost is about a group of high school seniors that have to participate in a mandatory field trip and for various reasons they get stuck with an outdoor camping trip As soon as they start their trek through the woods though, things start going wrong and when they wake up after their first night, they realize that someone was in their tentsI had so much fun reading this book I was on the edge of my seat the entire time I read through some [...]

    20. Alana • thebookishchick on said:

      Rating 3.5 starsThank you NetGalley for a copy of this ebook in exchange for a honest review One Was Lost takes us on the journey 0f a group of high school seniors on a camping trip who find themselves in heaps of trouble after they wake up one morning with their belongings destroyed, no memory of the night before, one teacher unconscious, strange words written on each of their wrists, and half of the camp separated by a river I was excited to read this because I do love a good fast paced, scary [...]

    21. L.P. Logan on said:

      2.5 rating This one started out on a low point The writing was bland and the storyline typical It just didn t capture my interest However about half way through I found that I was actually enjoying the young love in the woods while a murderer is hot on the trail Is this book going to win any awards for being the best book ever written Most likely not But is it a quick and easy read that you will enjoy if you don t think too hard and ignore the blaz writing Definitely My biggest beef with this b [...]

    22. Bailey on said:

      I loved the book The ending was amazing and unexpected, but it wasn t foreshadowed well enough to be guessed easily It is the type of book you can easily get lost in because of the detail and realistic view points of the characters Nothing is over powered or to over the top to be believable I really liked the story and strongly recommend it It is an amazing book and I loved all the plot twists and how in a single page it can change the whole course of the story The ending was amazing and I recom [...]

    23. Celeste on said:

      3.5 starsI didn t have alot of expectations going into this book because I m in the mood to read urban fantasy at the moment I was however pleasantly surprised by this book.The story is about a group of teenagers who go into the woods hiking as an extracurricular for school Things go wrong fast when the group is split up and then everyone is drugged and their camp ransacked The four teenagers on waking discover that all of them have words written in sharpie on their arms, their teacher is passe [...]

    24. Melanie (TBR and Beyond) on said:

      I would rate this one a 3.5 it wasn t the most well written but it kept me engaged and guessing The author did manage to make me second guess myself on several occasions This would have gotten a higher rating but the characters were a little one dimensional and cliche and there was some awkward teen angst romance that didn t really always work I think if I was being chased by a serial killer in the woods, the last thing on my mind would be how cute some guy was The author did try to develop the [...]

    25. Wren [t(he)y] on said:

      This review can also be found at fortheloveofbooksreviewss I received a free copy of this book through NetGalley In this book, Sera and some of her classmates are going on a trip and camping in the woods When the weather turns bad, the group is separated, and she wakes up the next morning to find that her supplies have been ruined and that there is a word written on her wrist She and the others in her group are unsure of what to think and are suspicious of each other.It becomes obvious that some [...]

    26. Roxanne on said:

      Many thanks to Sourcebooks Fire via Netgalley for the free review copy in exchange for my honest opinion.This is the perfect time to read this book, right around Halloween I mean, what s scarier than being stuck out in the woods with no connection to the outside world Trust me, I ve been there, done that, and it s scary enough without throwing some murderous psychopath into the mix Add a mysterious killer into the plot, and we re talking some serious heebie jeebies One Was Lost had me fully in i [...]

    27. Suze Lavender on said:

      A school trip in the woods goes horribly wrong Four students wake up groggy, late in the day, with words on their wrists What do they mean, how did they get there and why did nobody wake up when someone was writing on them Sera is one of the students, can she trust the others in her group and what about her teacher Why won t he wake up at all any Has someone been at their camp They are all alone in the woods without food, water or adult help How will they survive and what if they aren t alone in [...]

    28. Roxanne on said:

      Thank you to Netgalley and Sourcebooks for a copy of the eArc in exchange for a fair review.First off I have to say I have read and enjoyed all of her previous books so when I saw this one I knew I had to request and I was super excited when I saw that I was approved Sera is a on a school sponsored camping trip when the group is separated by a flooding river and washed out bridge They set up camp, but when she wakes in the morning she knows something is wrong It s mid afternoon and the tent is o [...]

    29. Cloie Rainilla on said:

      I really had no clue until the end to who was the stalker Awesome sauce I just wish it had been even creepier, but oh well The main character Sera could ve been fleshed out too I did enjoy it though In fact some parts were quite suspenseful and had me on the edge of my seat.3 Stars

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