The Lost Train of Thought

The Lost Train of Thought is the third novel in The Seems series and was released on October 1, 2009 by Bloomsbury Publishing. It was written by John Hulme and Michael Wexler. It follows Becker Drane, a Fixer for The Seems on his last Mission as a Fixer to retrieve a train filled with Thought that went missing. Raw Thought is imported into The World to allow us to think for ourselves.

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The Lost Train Of Thought - Critical Reception
... The Lost Train of Thought was mainly well received by reviewers ... One reviewer criticized the book complaining how "Readers need to really invest all their energies into keeping track of this alternate universe while at the same time possessing enough experiences with language and idioms to get their double meanings in an instant while whizzing through the action." In the end, the reviewer felt that some readers may like the book, but not many ...

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