The Lost Chord

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
As a poisonous wave spreads disease and discord across the eleven known universes, seven special people must strike the Lost Chord in order to restore balance. Among those is Bee, an autistic teenager from Earth. Can Bee help the Conductor find the other Keys before a bitter enemy strikes the wrong chord and shatters the universes? [Young Adult Fantasy from Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.] More
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About Lyndi Alexander

Lyndi Alexander always dreamed of faraway worlds and interesting alien contacts. She lives as a post-modern hippie in Asheville, North Carolina, a single mother of her last child of seven, a daughter on the autism spectrum, finding that every day feels a lot like first contact with a new species.

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Reviews of The Lost Chord by Lyndi Alexander

Amber Sparks reviewed on Jan. 5, 2022

THE LOST CHORD is young adult fantasy at its best! The universe is falling out of harmony, and seven special young people from across different dimensions must be found. Known as keys, these teenagers are gathered from many places and then sent on a wild and dangerous journey to find a way to restore balance to the universe. [But no pressure, kids.] The main key is an autistic girl called Bee, who has dimension jumping abilities beyond the rest but who struggles to deal with new people and extraordinary circumstances. With teenagers from different races and even different species, the story tackles many social issues. Can these unique teens overcome their differences and learn to work together against those who want to stop them? Find the answer in THE LOST CHORD. This is a wonderful book for teens, pre-teens, and even adults.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Stormswift reviewed on July 20, 2020

A well written and diverting sci-fi/fantasy read.
Liked the unusual spin of an autistic pivotal character.
Didn't like the overt racism of one of the Keys.

The alternate dimensions twist is explained simply and sans the heavy terminology used in hard sci-fi novels.

A satisfying ending to the standalone novel - but I would've liked a sweet romantic spin for the autistic teen.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Tanya Savko reviewed on July 21, 2018

I was so drawn in! The Lost Chord is a great story with an unusual and intriguing plot. The characters are vivid and engaging. I loved how every part of the story came alive for me – fascinating places, strong protagonists, and mysterious pasts. Bee, one of the main characters, is a teenage girl who has autism, and Alexander’s portrayal of her is spot-on and very accessible to those who are unfamiliar with autism. An enjoyable story that will stay with you long after you read it!
(reviewed 55 days after purchase)
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