Forgotten by Louise Boulter by Louise Boulter
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A very powerful account of what life could be like living on the streets. With characters I found I could easily bond with and feel for, I was intrigued by T’s story from beginning to end.
Waking up in an Albertan hospital, T depends on a picture in a found wallet to help find himself. With nothing but a once nice brown suit and shoes, the wallet is given to him in hopes of providing answers. It was almost empty except for a photo that would change his life forever.
Boulter’s first book written out of inspiration and completed through motivation, I know the story has a lot more to offer but sure did pack a punch. I am eager to read the sequel and hope it covers the before and after of Forgotten!