Tiny Navajo Reads: The Lost Plot

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February 16, 2018 by TinyNavajo

The Lost Plot by Genevieve Cogman

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the lost plotThe next book in this wonderful, amazing series, The Lost Plot filled that horrid ending from The Burning Page that made me think it was over! Thankfully, it’s not over, there is one more book and I am so excited for it! Anyway, I’m here to review The Lost Plot, not talk about anything else, we’ll save that for the end.

The Lost Plot focuses on a conflict between dragons and the Librarian, with a young Librarian having been caught in the middle in what seems to be a great danger to all. As Irene and Kai are sent to figure out what exactly is going on, after having been approached by a dragon herself, Irene is told that should anything happen, she and everyone with her may be disowned by the Library in order for the Library to maintain its neutrality.

Once Irene and Kai step into 1920s New York, they see that not only are they in the middle of dragon politics, but there may be more to the young Librarian being involved than just a favor asked by a dragon. As Irene and Kai struggle to figure out what exactly is going on and either save the Librarian without endangering the Library, Irene realizes that while she may be able to save the other, she may not be able to save her job, which is her life.

I absolutely love this book series and I would love to be Irene or someone like Irene if at all possible. To live in the Library, or to be a Librarian-in-Residence in a different world. I cannot wait for the next book to see what happens to Irene and Kai next.

What book, or book series, has made you want to have a specific job or occupation in that world? Comment below and let me know!

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