Lost and Found : September Day

  • by Amy Shojai
  • Narrated by Amy Shojai
  • Series: September Day
  • 12 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An autism cure will kill millions unless a service dog and his trainer find a missing child...in 24 hours.
An auntsearches for her lost nephew - and dooms her sister.
A mom gambles a miracle will cure - and not kill - her child.
A dog finds his true purpose - when he disobeys.
Animal behaviorist September Day has lost everything - husband murdered, career in ruins, confidence shot - and returns home with her trained Maine Coon cat, Macy, to Texas to recover. She's forced out of hibernation when her nephew Steven and his autism service dog Shadow disappear in a freak blizzard. When her sister trusts a maverick researcher's promise to help Steven, September has 24 hours to rescue them from a devastating medical experiment impacting millions of children, a deadly secret others will kill to protect. As September races the clock, the body count swells. Shadow does his good-dog duty but can't protect his boy. Finally September and Shadow forge a stormy partnership to rescue the missing and stop the nightmare cure. But can they also find the lost parts of themselves?


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This book was good.I had a hard time when we had to listen to what the DOG was thinking,it just seemed to go on forever!When Steven was ranting was another cringeworthy moment or 2.The storyline:An Aunt is called from her radio show to help find her autistic nephew in a snowstorm.That looks straight forward enough,until people start dying.
Amy Shojai did a great job with most of the voices needed.Her male voices were slow and scarey though,sounding like they were talking through a plastic bottle.
"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com."

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- Deedra

Book Details

  • Release Date: 31-12-2012
  • Publisher: Amy Shojai