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Vanished by Meg Cabot
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Mar 12, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: favorites, 7th-grade-2011-2012

** spoiler alert ** I read this third quarter.

Just as the first two books, I thoroughly enjoyed continuing the 1-800-Where-Are-You series. These books were really funny, dramatic, and romantic. The story lines, although similar, always had me turning pages in hopes of finding out what happened next.

We continue following Jessica, Rob, and the rest of the gang as Jessica is yet again, conflicted to whether or not use her ESP. Her classmates, mainly cheerleaders, are going missing. One was already found dead, and another one was found (by Jessica and Rob) in an abandoned house all bruised, beaten, and close to being dead as well. (That was all from book three). The fourth book is about how Jessica's new neighbor's son is killed and left in a cornfield with an symbol carved into his chest. Jessica and Rob later learn that the symbol is a snake, and it represents the All American Group. (A group of all white Christian men and women who believe that they are better than all other race and religion). Jessica and Rob must go undercover to try and save Seth, yet another boy who has been kidnapped by this racist, evil group.

This book, as I said before, is very similar to it's previous. The plot lines, although very different, are at the same time totally similar. I looked online at the next book, Missing You, and I am sad to say that it sounds as if it won't live up to the rest of the series. I will try to find and read it, but I highly doubt that I will enjoy it.

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Reading Progress

March 12, 2012 – Shelved
March 12, 2012 –
page 285
March 12, 2012 –
page 200
March 12, 2012 –
page 300
March 13, 2012 –
page 348
March 14, 2012 –
page 408
Started Reading
March 15, 2012 –
page 512
March 15, 2012 – Finished Reading
April 10, 2012 – Shelved as: favorites
July 18, 2014 – Shelved as: 7th-grade-2011-2012

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