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Does anyone know of any suspenseful mystery novels that are similar to the story line in LOST?



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Post Re: Novels similar to LOST the TV series
I don't know of any but I'd be interested in this sort of book too.



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Post Re: Novels similar to LOST the TV series
Well I have only watched one episode of Lost so I#M not very familiar with it. But based on what I remember the book series "The 100" might interest you... There is a TV series based on it as well. Its more Sci-Fi/Dystopia rather then mystery (although it is quite mysterious at times) but it features a bunch of young people stranded on a deserted earth trying to survive. I thought it was really good when I read it few years back but I'm not sure if it's the kind of thing you're looking for.


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Post Re: Novels similar to LOST the TV series
You might try "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding. It is an older book, written in 1954. There was a movie, came out in 1963; and I think one or more remakes.


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Post Re: Novels similar to LOST the TV series
I've read Lord of the Flies (who hasn't?) :)

"The 100" is a great TV series.

I stumbled across this novel not long ago. The Search by Jordan Shore. It kind of had a "Lost vibe" to it.

Also, Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane could be a good fit for Lost fans. But I imagine most people already read that one...

Anyway, thanks for responding.

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