The Lost Boy - Epilogue and Persepctives Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue and Persepctives Summary and Analysis

The final section is rather less explained than the previous sections of the book. David says that in 1983, he is visiting friends Ric and Don. He has a son named Stephen and says the two of them are a family, but makes no mention of Stephen's mother or if she is part of that family unit. David says there were times he wondered if he'd survive, but that today he lives in a utopia.

The epilogue offers a brief look at what David's life became, but is truly a teaser for the third book of the series.

The final section of the book is a series of articles of various perspectives on the foster care system. David calls himself an "adult survivor". He says the foster care system gets too much negative press when there's a problem...

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