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It slowly oozed out covered in blood. It dropped to the ground. It was a bulbous vial full of what must have only been blood. Her eyes looked like they would bulge out of the sockets. “What is growing inside me?” She said and then collapsed in a hysterical fit and began to scream. Warning: The lost and Found takes place in the darkest corners of humanity and contains image It slowly oozed out covered in blood. It dropped to the ground. It was a bulbous vial full of what must have only been blood. Her eyes looked like they would bulge out of the sockets. “What is growing inside me?” She said and then collapsed in a hysterical fit and began to scream. Warning: The lost and Found takes place in the darkest corners of humanity and contains images of extreme horror. This book is not for everyone – not for most. The mystery of what happened when a group of travel bloggers in Panama met and acted on their lucid dreams has become a new form of demented horror. Sex, crime and horror are twisted together to create a kind of psychological game that will leave the reader grasping to know what’s true. Although this book has a solid climax, its conclusion is a portal to a new form of entertainment. The horror continues. Follow the links to free interactive puzzles custom maps and videos that extend the story: an alternate reality thriller with you at its bloody heart.


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It slowly oozed out covered in blood. It dropped to the ground. It was a bulbous vial full of what must have only been blood. Her eyes looked like they would bulge out of the sockets. “What is growing inside me?” She said and then collapsed in a hysterical fit and began to scream. Warning: The lost and Found takes place in the darkest corners of humanity and contains image It slowly oozed out covered in blood. It dropped to the ground. It was a bulbous vial full of what must have only been blood. Her eyes looked like they would bulge out of the sockets. “What is growing inside me?” She said and then collapsed in a hysterical fit and began to scream. Warning: The lost and Found takes place in the darkest corners of humanity and contains images of extreme horror. This book is not for everyone – not for most. The mystery of what happened when a group of travel bloggers in Panama met and acted on their lucid dreams has become a new form of demented horror. Sex, crime and horror are twisted together to create a kind of psychological game that will leave the reader grasping to know what’s true. Although this book has a solid climax, its conclusion is a portal to a new form of entertainment. The horror continues. Follow the links to free interactive puzzles custom maps and videos that extend the story: an alternate reality thriller with you at its bloody heart.

50 review for The Lost and Found: A Psychological Game of Horror You Will Lose

  1. 5 out of 5

    Zach

    Confusing book until about halfway through, making by it hard to get into the groove of reading it. Once I did understand how things we're beginning by to connect I was a bit more intrigued, and some of the chapters fascinated me. Others, however, seemed like a stab at fantasy more than a true retell int of events, making it difficult to know exactly how to categorize this book. I will be visiting the hostel mentioned while in Panama, just to see what it's all about. Confusing book until about halfway through, making by it hard to get into the groove of reading it. Once I did understand how things we're beginning by to connect I was a bit more intrigued, and some of the chapters fascinated me. Others, however, seemed like a stab at fantasy more than a true retell int of events, making it difficult to know exactly how to categorize this book. I will be visiting the hostel mentioned while in Panama, just to see what it's all about.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

    Had to read this twice because it really is confusing first time, and guess what... It's just as confusing after the second read, but I guess that's the point. Had to read this twice because it really is confusing first time, and guess what... It's just as confusing after the second read, but I guess that's the point.

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