Vanished: Safe House & Sanctuary (1-800-Where-R-You #3 & 4 )
Ever since Jess was struck by lightning, she’s had the power to find missing people. And everyone wants a piece of her powers....
In Safe House, Jess and her psychic abilities are being blamed for the murder of Amber, a beloved cheerleader. But when more cheerleaders start disappearing, Jess may be able to save her reputation by finding the murderer—before it’s too late.
It's not really Jess Mastriani's fault that she didn't know Amber Mackey was dead. After spending most of t...more
* Jessica is one of my favorite literary characters. She's spunky, snarky, funny, and a huge heart
* Love her relationship with her friends and family is is very true and honest
* Great storyline in both books - funny, exciting with lots of twists and turns and funny as hell quips by Jess
* A little more dark (nothing too dark tho) than the first two stories, which gives it a bit more of an edge
* Just go get a copy of this (and Vanished Books One and Two) you will fall in love wi...more
The plot kept me very much in the book, similar to Code Name Cassandra & When Lightning Strikes. These plots were more involved, more dangerous than the first two, and the ending of Sanctuary kept me ON MY TOES IT WAS SO GOOD. I was very much into this book and would sit down and read 100 pages at a time, which is saying something for me. (I'm not a slow reader but I can't sit down and read a ton of pages in one sitti...more
I like the set-up in this. It’s interesting to see what happens when a missing person is someone Jess saw/sees on a near-daily basis and not to be informed of it until it’s too late to save them. There’s a...more
Anyways, I read the first two books when they came out in a volume a few months ago, and loveloveloved them. So it was no question I had to read this volume as well. And, you know, order the last book off Amazon three minutes after starting Safe House. Because I need to read that to...more
YA lovers (and younger even).
Want a quick and simple read?
I definitely recommend reading the first two books first!!
Why did I read it?
I was very intrigued by the blurb. I greatly enjoyed the first two.
I love these books just as much as I loved the first two!! I think that these are great books for young girls. It really does teach the value of helping others, and how that makes you feel as a person. Meg Cabot has done a remarkable job with these. I can't wait to...more
I have to admit though, I was afraid more than once for Rob's life. I seem to have this curse where my favorite character always seems to die. Thank goodness for the fifth book. Knowing that he's in that one too gave me confidence that he lives.
...That and my reading the last sentence of the last ten chapters...
Safe House is the third installment in the Vanished/1-800-WHERE-R-YOU series. Jess gets home from a vacation to fins that the head cheerleader is dead? Why? How? Before they have any time to answer any of these questions, another girl turns up missing. Will they be able to save her? Will they be able to find out who? This is a fast paced book that has a good plot and an oddly charming main character.
Book 4: Sanctuary
Sanctuary is the fourth book in the Vanished/1-800-WHERE-R-YO...more
and I love Rob.
I used to hate him when I first started the series. I thought he was bland and had nno characters but he HELLA DOES!
and i love Jess, she's so badass! haha i just generally love Meg Cabots books (cept for Teen Idol... the ending on that one totally ruined it for me.)
Meg Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign. Fortunately she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people were aware of the stigma of being a fire horse -- at least until Meg became a teenager, when she flun...more