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Vanished by Meg Cabot
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Oct 25, 2011

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After finishing Water for Elephants, I am now currently on page 182 of Vanished: Safe House & Sanctuary. During the first pages of the book we learn about Jessica's temper and how ever since she got strunk by lightning in the first books, she had been able to tell where missing people are. Because of the media, she's been hiding the fact that she still has her powers. However, when her classmates begin to disappear, she's accused of being involved. Her only chance to clear her name is to use her powers. After Amber is announced as dead, a new girl goes missing. Jess has hated Heather and her "gang" of friends for a while, but feels she must help Heather anyway. After Rob, Jessica's crush, and Jessica find Heather in a deserted house beyond the quarry, everyone is brought in for questioning... including the deceased Amber's boyfriend. Everyone is a suspect as of right now. I like this book a lot because it's suspensful and includes ideas that every teenage girl has to go through.

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October 25, 2011 – Started Reading
October 25, 2011 – Shelved
November 1, 2011 –
page 216
42.6% "After Jessica finds Heather, a girl who dissapeared under the same circumstances that Amber did, the FBI begin suspecting that Jess has physic powers even though she has repeatedly told the FBI she lost them. The FBI, along with the rest of the people at her school, believe that her brother, Douglas, committed these crimes. Jess goes through a struggle to find out whether or not her brother really did have something"

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Kaitlyn to do with the crimes. After finding out that the only thing Douglas was doing during the time of the crimes committed was working at his newly found job, Jess recieves a phone call threatning that she would soon end up like Amber if she didn't stop getting involved in the crimes. After telling Agent Johnson about the call, she feels a little better about the situation. Until, of course, she finds out that her dad's restaurant had been burned down. I like this book because it is interesting from the very beginning. I can't wait to continue reading and find out the mysteries that are going on right now.

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