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The Lost Soul: An abandoned child s struggle to find those she loves

Rosie Goodwin

3 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Sagas

The heartbreaking tale of a little girl let down by the people she should have been able to trust.

A powerful story of abuse, neglect and hope from this well-loved writer.

When a mysterious fire kills her adoptive parents, Madeleine's worst fear comes true - she and her beloved brother Oliver are separated. Worse still, Maddie is blamed for starting the fire and, labelled a difficult child, she is sent to a children's home. Far from idyllic, and buried deep in the countryside, the home well conceals the misery of its young occupants. Subjected to a harsh regime of abuse and degradation, Maddie makes a brave attempt to escape. But her brief weeks of freedom are thwarted when she is caught and taken back to River House.

Maddie clings to her determination to one day be reunited with Oli, and it is this which gives her the strength to endure what lies ahead. For she knows she can rely only on herself - there is no one else to keep her safe...

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Praise for The Lost Soul: An abandoned child s struggle to find those she loves

  • A touching and powerful new novel from a wonderful writer - Bookseller

  • Powerful and harrowing - Peterborough Evening Telegraph

  • The tearjerker of the season...a heartrending tale - Western Mail

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Rosie Goodwin

Rosie Goodwin lives and works in east London. Her work in film and media is inspired by her London walks and her more distant travels.

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