I won an advance copy of this novel from the publisher, Penguin Teen, through BookishFirst.
I Have Lost My Way focuses on a day in the life of three teens in New York City, who are all struggling with where they are--literally and figuratively. When an accident forces their lives to converge, they realize it may have been a happy accident.
Freya, Harun, and Nathaniel were all interesting characters, and I found myself engaged in each one of their stories. I liked that they were flawed, but capable of change--all three becoming fully fleshed out by the end of the book. I only wish there would have been a little bit more of an ending. I wanted to see more of all three characters--together and apart--and how their new futures turned out.