Monday, June 09, 2014

Book Review: Lost and Found in Camden by Ann E. Hacker

Lost and Found in CamdenLost and Found in Camden by Ann E Hacker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow I just loved this book, This book was written by 11 authors, about one place, they each had a character who connects with another character. I thought all the authors did a great flow with the characters. Each one was outstanding.
I definitely recommend this book.
I was given a copy from Netgalley for an honest review and I felt this book was really worth it.
Here is what Netgalley says about the book:


Featuring eleven colorful stories by eleven members of the IOWG (International Online Writers Group) that weave together through common characters, Lost and Found in Camden chronicles one hot August weekend at London's famous Camden Lock Market. Each story connects with the next through a minor character in the previous story who becomes the main character of the next. Each has challenges to confront in a setting that includes a myriad of eccentric and mysterious people, a threatening summer storm and a movie being filmed at the market.

The writers, spread out throughout the US and overseas, have been together via email for many years. Most have never met, yet they have remained close through the wonders of the internet. They began this book as an exercise which finally became this published anthology. All coordination was done via email. Sadly, one member, Barbara Inglis, died of cancer before the book was published. The book is dedicated in Barb's memory, and proceeds from book sales will go to a cancer research organization.

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