Let's Get Lost

A Modern Fairy Tale

Fiction - Literary
302 Pages
Reviewed on 03/21/2024
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Author Biography

Steven Ramirez is the award-winning American author of thriller, supernatural, and literary fiction. A former screenwriter, he’s written about man-made plagues and idyllic towns infested with ghosts and demons. His latest novel is Let’s Get Lost, a modern fairy tale. Steven lives in Los Angeles.

    Book Review

Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Let's Get Lost: A Modern Fairy Tale is a work of fiction in the literary, time travel, and romance genres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Steven Ramirez, the plot follows Adam's quest to navigate love, loss, and redemption in the face of existential absurdity. After losing the woman he loves, Adam immerses himself in the world of marketing, where he meets Jenny. Their love story is complicated by Bruce's sinister plans and Adam's encounter with Claire, an eccentric young genius fixated on time travel. As Adam's life unravels, he seeks solace in the Hudson Valley with his mad scientist uncle, vowing to win back Jenny by confronting the extraordinary circumstances that upended his life.

Author Steven Ramirez has crafted a rollercoaster of emotions, blending elements of romance, suspense, and existential reflection in a well-balanced narrative that gives both intellectual and emotional stimulation in equal measure. I loved the clash of the fairy tale concept with the gritty realities of life. Adam's cleverly mirrored journey from heartbreak to self-discovery is both relatable and inspiring, resonating with anyone who has grappled with life's uncertainties, but giving that ever-present sense of hope that humanity often clings to. The characters are vividly drawn, each with their own quirks and motivations that are well realized in evocative speech and thought presentation. As Adam navigates the complexities of love and ambition, the plot twists and turns with brilliant pacing, never leaving readers too far from a new revelation, and keeping them engaged until the very end. Overall, Let's Get Lost is a captivating tale that I would recommend to fans of accomplished romantic dramas everywhere.