Book review: The Story of the Lost Child by Elena Ferrante


The Story of the Lost ChildThe Story of the Lost Child by Elena Ferrante
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the final part of the L’amica geniale tetralogy .

The lives of Elena and Lila comes to a climax with an inexorable end of their stories.

I wouldn’t mind if the author could condense these 4 books in only 2 two books.

This book is indicated at the Man Booker International Prize Nominee for Longlist (2016)

4* My Brilliant Friend (The Neapolitan Novels, #1) – see my review here.
3* The Story of a New Name (The Neapolitan Novels, #2) – see my review here.
3* Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay (The Neapolitan Novels, #3) – see my review here.
4* The Story of the Lost Child
TR Troubling Love
TR The Days of Abandonment

There is a lot of speculations about the real identity of Elena Ferrante: does it really matters? Who is the real Italian novelist writing as Elena Ferrante? As the fame of the Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay author grows, so does the guessing game about her identity….

 

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