Camp Lost and Found – Georgia Beers

On a backdrop of book pages, an iPad with the cover of Camp Lost and Found by Georgia Beers. On the top left corner of the image, a strip of torn paper with a quote: "A heartwarming story that will keep the cold weather at bay." and a url:

If you’re a Georgia Beers fan, there’s a high chance you’ll love this book. It has everything that makes me enjoy her books. Lovable, flawed characters finding love and hope in the most unexpected place and circumstances, food talk, animals (not just pets this time), great secondary characters… And you can also check that awesome first kiss column. One Walk in Winter is one of my favourites and it’s very possible this one will join it, which makes me think I really like when Beers writes about winter and snow and hot chocolate. She makes heartache feel cosy and surmountable.

I do have one issue with this book: one of the MCs is Black and I didn’t even realize she was for about 40% of the book. That’s partly on me for assuming all characters to be white and partly because if she had been, it wouldn’t have changed much. That said, I, being white (and French), may not be the best person to judge whether the character is plausible as a Black woman in the US. In the acknowledgements, the author thanks a few people who know better than I do for their guidance.

Camp Lost and Found made me smile a lot, laugh at times, tear up more often than I care to share. If you’re looking for a heartwarming story to keep the cold weather at bay, I’d recommend you give it a chance. 4.5⭐️


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