What Janie Saw

What Janie Saw This suspenseful ebook original features the main characters from Caroline B Cooney s hugely successful Janie series which began with The Face on the Milk Carton Readers will be enthralled to discove

This suspenseful ebook original features the main characters from Caroline B Cooney s hugely successful Janie series, which began with The Face on the Milk Carton Readers will be enthralled to discover what still matters to Janie, who was kidnapped as a toddler and reunited with her birth family as a teenager, and who may still be in danger as a young woman Whether readThis suspenseful ebook original features the main characters from Caroline B Cooney s hugely successful Janie series, which began with The Face on the Milk Carton Readers will be enthralled to discover what still matters to Janie, who was kidnapped as a toddler and reunited with her birth family as a teenager, and who may still be in danger as a young woman Whether readers are fans of the Janie books or are new to the series, this tightly spun thriller is guaranteed to please.

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  1. Caroline Cooney knew in sixth grade that she wanted to be a writer when the best teacher I ever had in my life made writing her main focus He used to rip off covers from The New Yorker and pass them around and make us write a short story on whichever cover we got I started writing then and never stopped When her children were young, Caroline started writing books for young people with remarkable results She began to sell stories to Seventeen magazine and soon after began writing books Suspense novels are her favorites to read and write In a suspense novel, you can count on action To keep her stories realistic, Caroline visits many schools outside of her area, learning about teenagers all the time She often organizes what she calls a plotting game, in which students work together to create plots for stories Caroline lives in Westbrook, Connecticut and when she s not writing she volunteers at a hospital, plays piano for the school musicals and daydreams

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  1. This was an interesting read I liked having of Janie s story I was glad that she finally embraced her biological family I can see why she grew up, she was betrayed by her father in the fourth book The only thing that didn t make sense to me was Hannah From what we learned about her in the series, it seemed out of character for her to be so narcissistic True, we got to know her only by what her parents said about her, but it still didn t mesh Her true character seemed too different from the impr [...]


  2. Quick little update on Janie Johnson, complete with cell phone and iPad use Apparently Janie has only aged 3 years in the 20 years since Cooney first introduced us to her, but the world she lives in grew up without her gotta appeal to those millenials As I read it, every character was so comfortingly familiar maybe because my copy of _The face on the milk carton_ is in tatters, and every memory of Janie s almost seemed like one of my own I didn t even realize how familiar I was with this novel u [...]


  3. This is a novella which I don t totally understand In past experience, these e book extras add filler to a story, often focusing on other characters, and are usually extra, but not integral to the series I felt like this WAS a specific stepping stone in the story.Here, Janie s story again becomes mainstream by the music group Visionary Assassins featured in book 3 , and the reader is introduced into Hanna s head I really don t like being in Hanna s head In book 1, I had a little trouble dealing [...]


  4. I enjoyed reading this as I was a fan of the original series when I was a kid one aspect of this I didn t like was the input of modern technology like the ipad and iphone it seemed unnecessary and didn t fit with the setting time wise of the other books.




  5. Short book alternating between Janie and Hannah s points of view as they react to a new song and video about the trial Good continuity in that it s the band that Reeve helped promote Questionable continuity in that it doesn t seem to indicate any benefit to Hannah from the final payoff, though that may be setting up another twist Also, Hannah s character seems to have taken a turn for the worse, but maybe that makes sense, given the circumstances.


  6. You don t have to read this to go from book 4 to 5, but it fills in a little The Assassins song about Janie echoes but precedes similar songs about famous people I wish the story had featured promor graduation Not sure what Janie saw though.



  7. Hannah is crazy and Janie needs to seriously decide to either be with Reed or stop stringing him along it s selfish and immature


  8. I just do not understand the choices this author makes in this series and this installment is the biggest offender Janie s bizarre discovery of her face on the milk carton was based around her having a milk allergy, which she conveniently now no longer has Book 4 concluded with Hannah receiving a huge sum of money, but she s working low wage jobs and it seems she s had nothing and has continued to struggle Combine these with the Hannah s death was legally documented and she was buried 5 years ag [...]


  9. I just finished The Voice on the Radio yesterday and finished What Janie Found today and so I quickly read What Janie Saw and it s like the author totally forgot what she had previously written Stories did not mash up well, back story was incredibly redundant especially considering the space it took up in this tiny book The sudden use of newer technology seemed wrong Cooney should have written this closer to the publication of the previous book or not at all Thought I knew where things were head [...]


  10. Well this was an awkward piece of the story to read Wish I could have found itbeforeI read Face to Face, but it is unavailable for a reason I cannot really give an earnest review seeing as I read them out of order This short story about a music video seemed pretty useless to me cause everything within was addressed in the conclusion I don t think Cooney was very consistent with her details over the course of this series 23 years from start to Finish So when I read them in consecutively, the cont [...]


  11. Wait, what Caroline B Cooney is one of my childhood classic authors and I used to feel I could count on her for bringing to life some of the difficult moments in my young life When The Face on the Milk Carton came out, it was such an interesting concept and totally new in my life However, now that I m older, I m phased by so much less For this short story, I was hoping for a bit information or plot movement This felt like it could have simply been a final chapter in a larger chapter book.Sorry [...]


  12. This part of the Janie Johnson series is short I didn t even find out about it until I finished the 5th and currently final book In a way, I m glad I got the main information about it summarized in the next book, and I think book 5 would have been a little less, rather than , suspenseful had I read this first.However, it would have been nice to read this in Janie chronological order, so I wouldn t have had to go back in time in my head after finishing the series and drop this bit into place.


  13. I accidentally skipped this book and started to read 5 I was about halfway through when I realized the mistake Thinking that it wasn t too expensive, I went ahead and ordered this and read it Thoroughly disappointed If I could get my money back, I would About 1 3 1 2 of these 32 pages are the exact same pages that are in book 5 Huge waste of money Save yours and just wait to read it all in the 5th book.


  14. I enjoyed the first 3 books in this series when I was younger was curious when I saw two books had been added.This one was somewhat disappointing, I don t know if I am just older now, so I lack the passion and empathy I might have once had for Janie Jennie or if this was just a poor follow up, but the whole story felt contrived and weak.I do plan to read the next one though We ll see how Janie fares in college.


  15. a teaser or a warm up for the final book in the series that is out now, but a good tale nonetheless Janie is off to college now, and trying to leave the past in the past Will the past let her do so though For the first time in the series Hannah is a part of the tale as something other than a shadow, we get to meet her Looking very mich forward to the last book now.


  16. This is a very short e book that comes after What Janie Found and before Janie Face to Face In this e book the reader is finally introduced to Hannah, and the reader realizes Hannah s twisted POV I m sad that I don t have any Janie Johnson novels to read, but after 5 I m sure Caroline Cooney can t write anything further about Janie.


  17. I needed to read this before I read book 5, but I didn t know it existed until after I had already finished Janie Face to Face Basically this was an intro to the 5th book I enjoyed this quick easy read, but it really didn t add much and could easily have been included as the first chapters of Janie Face to Face.


  18. This was a short e book that is part of the Janie Johnson series by Caroline B Cooney.While you don t have to read this book to enjoy the rest of the series, this one begins to shed light on Hannah It was pretty short but I liked finally getting to see Hannah s side of things I can already tell that she s going to be one of those fun to hate characters.


  19. I know that Caroline B Cooney wrote this series over a nearly two decade period, but the books are set over like a two year period I wish she hadn t so drastically changed the type of technology the characters had access too, it really makes the story less flowing.


  20. Omg, this was an awesome short read I wanted many pages to turn Janie Jennie from the milk carton is now a high school senior with on her mind than boys and college I haven t read any of the books since Milk Carton, but I intend to pick them up


  21. This was a great short story It was a really quick read but it was by far one of the interesting things I ve read We finallly get story told from Hannah s point of view It made me that much excited to read the final book January cannot come soon enough


  22. I loved reading Hannah s perspective, but I thought the whole thing was a little short It didn t feel like a necessary addition to the series to me like a promotional tool, but I m interested to see how it ties into the fifth book.


  23. This was a very short, very haunting snippet into Janie Johnson s life At the start of her senior year, a music video comes out that is based on Janie s life Hannah sees it and we get a glimpse into her life and her crazy thoughts Very haunting, almost felt like an intro to a horror novel.




  24. 3.5 stars this is intriguing I m not sure I like it, it does not depict Hannah the way we d always thought in the last books and I want to know WHY.


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