This is the 4th and last book in this series. I didn't like books 3 and 4 very much, it's like the author just took the series too far and yet still finished up with loose ends.
this is a really good book. Book 4 in a series that starts with "The Face on the Milk Carton".
a gripping edition to the series.
I was a bit disappointed in this one. There's a lot of build up and then the resolution is much different than what I had expected. I really wanted to know what happened to Hannah.
As if knowing that she had been kidnapped and left with people who thought that she was their grandchild wasn't enough for Janie/Jenny Javensen/Johnson, now she finds out still another secret about her life with her two families!
And it was just not intersting, Book 1 & 2 I didnt put down 3 & 4 I really didnt care much for.
Good book. Don't remember it really well, but I remember liking it.
This book isn't as engrossing as the others were for me. I kept spacing out and thinking of other things to do. It seemed to ramble on and go nowhere. In the end it did end up going nowhere but I suppose the trip itself was a trip they needed to take. The journey itself was the destination and a solution was found to their dilemma.