"Publishers Weekly, starred review A triumph of storytelling verve, dark humor, and unabashed candor."
"John Searles author of Boy Still Missing The Lost Girls is a magical novel, and Laurie Fox is a truly inventive and imaginative writer. Anyone who ever loved the story of Peter Pan will devour this unique and powerful book"
"Tess Uriza Holthe author of When the Elephants Dance Wonderfully inventive. Laurie Fox turns the beloved Peter Pan legend on its head, serving it back to us with a twist of de Beauvoir. Investigating the fine line of fantasy and reality with humor and candor, The Lost Girls begs the question, what happens after our feet are planted abruptly once again on steady ground, after the 'fine silver dust and glitter' wears off? A Darling of a book."
"Lorna Landvik author of Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons Laurie Fox is a comic and a poet and her story about love and magic will make you believe in both."
"Sheldon Cashdan author of The Witch Must Die: The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales and Object Relations Therapy What a wonderful feat -- and flight"
– of literary imagination. Laurie Fox took me back to a time when I too wished I could fly.
"Brett Butler comedian and author of Knee Deep in Paradise I was enthralled by The Lost Girls and am grateful for the whimsical mysticism of Laurie Fox."
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Laurie Fox is the author of Sexy Hieroglyphics and My Sister from the Black Lagoon. A former bookseller and creative-writing teacher, she has worked in the publishing industry for seventeen years. Laurie lives with her husband, author-journalist D. Patrick Miller, and her cats, Lewis and Gracie, in Berkeley, California. For more information about the author and her work, visit her website: www.lauriefox.com