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Gayle Forman
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Friendship

Through the characters of Freya, Nathaniel, and Harun, I Have Lost My Way examines how individuals from different backgrounds and points in life meet unexpectedly and fulfill the need of a genuine friendship for their own self and others.

Freya, Nathaniel, and Harun meet in the park when Freya loses her balance and falls from a bridge, landing on Nathaniel, then calling on Harun for help. When Nathaniel regains consciousness, he touches a bloody spot on Freya's face. Nathaniel is surprised that she does not draw away, but Freya is happy to be touched in this way. As a budding singer, she is accustomed to people touching her, but always in associated with her performances. These include stylists and fashion experts, but none of them touch her in a way that hints they like the contact. Freya and Nathaniel are hungry for that contact. When Freya...

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