This is the third book in the Janie series and I found it to be completely unnecessary to the overall plot.
The companion to the "Face on the Milk Carton." "Readers left on the edge of their seats at the conclusion of the 'Face on the Milk Carton' will race to get their hands on this equally gripping sequel...The power of love is wrenchingly illustrated throughout this provocative novel, which expresses multiple points of view with remarkable understanding."
---Publishers Weekly, Starred
very good. the whole series is great.
Sequel to THE FACE ON THE MILK CARTON.
Another great book by this author. a very quick read.
After I started the book I realized it was a young adult book and the story was a little bland for me.But it did have a different type of story.I did enjoy the story after all.
The first book to this series "The Face on the Milk Carton" was my favorite. All four books talk about a girl who was kidnapped then found her real parents, but this book mostly goes into her relationship with her boyfriend who told her story over the radio.
this was a good, different point of view story to continue the series. i think the author was running out of ideas on how to keep it going.. if you're going to read the first two, i still suggest you read this one though
An intriguing book. The narrator is a young college student who keeps digging himself into a deeper hole, as he gains a following as a radio announcer by revealing the mysterious secret of his girl friend. While he learns that he has a knack for telling a story, he also learns how difficult it is to fight his natural desire to protect his new found popularity, at the cost of his girl friend's privacy.
Sequel to the Face on The Milk Carton!
i enjoyed the whole "Janie" series.