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Absolutely outstanding soundtrack that my kids have totally worn out the last decade or so. As a family we have probably watched THE LOST BOYS more than any other film.
Everything gels, gr8 fx and, given the subject matter, a literate script. Deserving of the relatively high rating it has received here.
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Dan says that they aren't dating just hanging out, and Serena advises him to make sure she knows that. Dan walks on and Serena meets Carter.
He invites her to spend the weekend with him at his hotel, and she's about to invite him to come to the auction and meet her family when they're interrupted by a woman who claims to have slept with Carter.
He brushes her off, claiming he's never met her, but Serena remains unsure and doesn't ask him to go. Meanwhile, Vanessa goes to the Registrar and asks if Scott is even a student at NYU; and is surprised when no record of Scott Adler is found in the system.
At The Palace, Blair arrives to see Chuck, hoping to spend some quality time with him. However, he tells her that he's preparing for a big meeting and can't be distracted.
Offended, she leaves and drops her mail on the way out. When she stops to pick it up, she discovers a note for her inviting her to La Table E'litaire.
At NYU, Dan visits Georgina and attempts to tell her that he isn't looking for a relationship. She's fine with it and invites him out for pizza with no strings.
In the park, Blair fills Serena in on her invitation. While they talk, Blair tells Serena that guys like Carter don't change and she's just using them to distract herself from telling Lily about not going to Brown.
Serena calls him to invite him to the auction so he can prove himself but Blair isn't really interested.
She gets a text containing her initiation instructions from La Table E'litaire and leaves the park. Meanwhile, Chuck goes to Sean McPherson's office and learns from the girl up front, Devyn, that Sean isn't interested in hearing plans from just anyone.
She suggests to Chuck that he find someway to show Sean he respects his past, and then he'll get a shot at being heard. After some snooping, Chuck finds a pamphlet of photos up for auction that night; including one of Sean himself.
He takes the book and leaves. Elsewhere outside, Nate and Bree are taking a walk. She still hasn't heard from her family, and he suggests they go out for the night.
She agrees to go to whatever, and he plans to ask his friends what their plans are. At Sotheby's, Chuck runs into Blair, who is planning to attend the auction to buy the Sean McPherson photo to be initiated into La Table E'litaire.
He tells her that he needs the photo, but she promises he won't get it. At NYU, Scott goes to see Vanessa.
She asks why he lied about going to NYU, and he admits that his name isn't Adler, it's Rosson, and he is Rufus and Lily's son. He says that his adoptive parents told him that Rufus and Lily wanted nothing to do with him, but Vanessa replies that's a lie and that they went looking for him; and his parents told them he was dead.
Scott realizes that they were talking about his younger brother Andrew, and wonders why they lied. Vanessa encourages him to tell Rufus, but he says he needs to talk to his parents first and asks her to not say anything.
At The Downing, Carter's credit card keeps repeatedly being declined. When he sees the bill, including room service, he denies ordering any of it and refuses to pay.
He has a cot in the basement with no blankets. He eventually goes to court and put into a foster home. He gets into trouble after being at his first foster home.
David gets taken to a facility, since there is nobody to take him in right now. He liked it there, until he got a visit from his father.
His dad said that he messed up the family by exploiting their secret about the abuse. Now, she abuses the other boys. He moves from different homes throughout the years.
When he turns 18 he gets his G. David then joins the air force. I think this book would be good for teenagers. They are more mature and would understand the situations in the book better than a ten year old would.
I give this book four stars. Mar 06, Aimee O'Donnell rated it it was amazing. He has a plan for everybody, and it will all work out in the end.
I feel that David tries to tell everyone who is reading the story that you should never give up on something even if it is the littlest things, because you are not the only one going through whatever your struggle may be.
You have to put a smile on, even if you are feeling down on the inside. The theme of this book is basically to tell everyone the struggle he went through and to show that you are not alone and you can get through anything.
Dave Pelzer was abused at a very young age growing up by his mother. It was harder each day for him and it felt to him like it never got better.
If you try and get through the day, it is just one day closer to the ending of your situation or struggle you have going on in your life and I feel that this is the main theme throughout the whole novel.
Throughout the whole story, the author tried to stay on the same topic about his life and how he was abused and to tell everyone how to get through things in a better way and stay strong.
The style of this novel is narrative because the author is telling a story that happened to him at a young age.
The author is trying to inform everybody his struggles he went through as a child. Dave Pelzer had it very hard as a young boy and it was defiantly not easy.
Abuse is something that happens all over the world today. It is very cruel and unfair. Unfortunately, we live in a world where no matter what people do, it will never stop.
Many children, teenagers and even adults have abuse in their life or have had it at a point in time. No matter whom you are, no human being deserves this and I really hope adults read this novel to see how unfair this is, and no child on Earth deserves it.
My opinion on this book, it I thought it was extremely incredible and almost life- changing. When I read this story, and all the events that happened to him, I could feel the emotion through the book.
I felt sadness, angriness, and even happiness because he was saved from the terrible events in his life.
I liked everything about the book and how Dave wrote it and I would not change a single line in the story.
This is the story where he is a child and is going through the pain. I feel that we do not know how lucky we really are. It is really sad to think that we have to have something bad happen to us, for us to realize what is sitting right in front of us.
This book made me realize how blessed I am to have an amazing and supporting family who loves and cares for me each and every single day.
No child should EVER have to go through abuse. Every person deserves a mother and a father that loves them.
Everyone on Earth should have somebody who treats them right and should not be treated badly and I love how Dave Pelzer tells that in this story.
Dec 10, Lindsay Bui added it. The book is set in his grade school to high school years, when he transit from being abused at home to living in the foster care system.
Dave learns to adapt to his new life in the foster care system, a life style that he has chosen. It all adds up to a tale of acceptance and forgiveness, the true meaning of enlightenment that too many people disregard.
The Lost Boy conveys that story emotionally through actual events, attempting to help lost souls, much like Dave Pelzer, to discover and be driven to achieve their passion, and to find their standing in society.
The most memorable event in the book was when Dave made the decision to leave his mother, despite her threat from her previous visit.
Knowing that Dave was scared by his mother, Ms. Gold Pam encouraged him to tell the court about his mother and what he wanted.
Dave was a brave soul making that decision, because during his stay in the foster care system, he has always feared that his mother would take him back.
Dave listened to Pam due to their deep connection. Through this book I was able to learn more about the foster care system. Its significance and affect on the community.
This book also reminded me to not take things for granted and appreciate little things in life. Children symbolize innocence, but Dave Pelzer was forced to think about life in views beyond his comprehension.
I felt as if I was Dave as he questioned life and desperately trying to find himself through his issues. I would recommend this book because it was an inspiring story and it surely is a reality check.
Often times when people want to make a change they would think about helping third world countries.
They fail to realize that people in their own community also need help and support. If you ever feel like the world is conspiring against you or need a little motivation then read this book.
It will remind you that there will always be the less fortunate and how hard it takes for them to overcome their situations. Oct 04, Katie Siehr rated it it was amazing.
I read the book "The Lost Boy", which is a sequel to the book, "A Child Called It" it was about a man named Dave Pelzer's, and life as a foster child.
In this book I read about how Dave had changed over the years of being a foster child because of the things he had gone through.
David Pelzer's life as a kid wasn't exactly perfect. He was abused by his parents for most of his life. His mother wasn't nice to him and his father was an alcoholic.
His mother would I read the book "The Lost Boy", which is a sequel to the book, "A Child Called It" it was about a man named Dave Pelzer's, and life as a foster child.
His mother would make him throw up his food that she found out he had stolen or that someone had given to him. She would make him sleep in a cold garage with no blanket, and work very hard all day every day except for when he went to school.
Dave ran away from home when he was nine, and a concerned person had called the police. The police came and took him to a hospital and they cleaned him up.
A social worker was called and Davis was taken to court to fight against his parents mostly his mom. He won against his mom and was taken to foster home after foster home.
The foster homes weren't easy for David. He had to get used to a new home,new family, new school, and new neighborhood every few months.
David didn't fit in with other kids because he was a foster child and he didn't make friends easily. I think David was very courageous to face his mother and for just being a foster child.
David learned over the years to keep his head up and stay strong. He talks about loving life and being happy for who you are, no matter what.
Even if you don't like who you are at that point in time, you can always change it, but the one thing you can't change is who your parents are.
When David got older he enlisted in the Air Force because he was very interested in flying. He said that if you believe in yourself, you can do anything.
This book helped me understand the hardships of being a foster child and the struggles of David Pelzer's life. I had read his first book "A Child Called It" last year and I always thought that he lived a good loved life after winning against his mom, and the I read this book read "The Lost Boy" and I couldn't help but feel sorry for David and how he still was pretty much neglected still even after winning against his mother, but he still had no one.
No one to talk to about what he had been through or friends to play with and a family who loved him, thats just rough especially coming from the background he came from.
Read "The Lost Boy" to find out more about Dave and his life. I think the authors point of view was to share his story to the world to let other people know that if they are being abused that it is ok to tell someone because they can help you get away from the people who are harming you.
Apr 08, Krystal Chihuahua rated it it was amazing. I recommend this book because it has a very detailed description about a very young boys life named David.
Lives in a physical and verbal abuse home with an alcoholic mother that has so much hate towards her son David.
His mother doesn't give him the "identity" of a child. Just imagine 7 year old getting hit and beaten everyday without any cry out for help.
Terrified of everything and anything that surrounds him. His only possession that he can call his own is his torn up clothes that he has in I recommend this book because it has a very detailed description about a very young boys life named David.
His only possession that he can call his own is his torn up clothes that he has in a paper bag. His mother treats him like an animal more specifically, like a dog.
Lives in fear that if he leaves his home that his mother will look for him and torture him again like she always does.