Sought Return to the world of The Missing with this e only short story Thirteen year old Daniella McCarthy begins receiving a series of unusual phone calls right before her family moves from Michigan to Ohio

  • Title: Sought
  • Author: Margaret Peterson Haddix
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Return to the world of The Missing with this e only short story Thirteen year old Daniella McCarthy begins receiving a series of unusual phone calls right before her family moves from Michigan to Ohio How is it that total strangers seem to know about her background than she does And could it be possible that these strangers also know something about her future

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      Published :2019-01-23T04:16:25+00:00

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    1. This short story, Sought, is a real tease! It gives you just enough information about Danielle to put you on the edge of your seat, waiting for Risked (Missing #6) to come out! Luckily only a few more days to go. A fun and quick read. Recommended for fans of the series only.

    2. This book, along with all of the other books in the series, are intriguing. Although they could of been written better, maybe giving us a little bit more on the line of minor detail, they were interesting and fun to read. They give you a new look of what could of happened to the missing children of history, even though this is highly irrational, but not impossible. These books also pay attention to these two time traveling teenagers, who have an adoptive sibling relationship. I have to admit the [...]

    3. This was an interesting short story to help fill in the blanks between books but overall it fell flat. The timing of this short story does not fit between book 3 and book 4. Daniella and Gavin don't reappear until book 6. This short story is suppose to tell Daniella's side of her story of what she was thinking and feeling after she received Jonah and Chip's original phone calls from book 1. I was very excited when the story started but then it never went anywhere. There was no build up at all, e [...]

    4. Interesting and nice how Haddix made these little short side stories to give another dimension to the main series' story line.

    5. Not sure what this short novella adds to the series or how it moves it along. Published/written out of time sequence a few years later.

    6. Because my middle school book club students are devouring this series, they insisted that I also read the two novellas. The protagonist is certainly an interesting and entertaining character, and it satisfies fans' need for more, more, more, but it's not an important book to read. So it gives some back story on one of the adoptive kids who go back in history to save the future, but it wasn't necessary. My students made it seem that I HAD to read this one! Had to! I have learned, from this and th [...]

    7. I liked it. Haddix lives up to her talents when writing this preview of her book "Sought". Having read all her "Missing" books, I know who Jonah and Chip are, and something about what to expect. However each of her books is different in the adventures the characters have. I'm anxious to see if she bases this one on some historical hypothesis. It adds interest. I recommend her books to children as well as young adults. It is written well with no obscenities. Her writing can spark suspense, excite [...]

    8. An awesome little novella. I love seeing stories from multiple points of view. It was neat to see the loophole kid that made it possible for Katharine to jump into the plot of these books.Wonderful and very clever little blurb addition to the series. I loved it. I loved hearing the clip of the initial story told from Daniella's point of view. She's a character that I'd very much like to learn more about. As always, I can't complain about anything coming from Haddix!

    9. Meh It's a short story into Anastasia/Daniella's introduction to the world of time travel. Really something that probably could have been included into book 3 somehow, but it wasn't necessary to the story. Read it if you want to say you read all of the series. Had I known that it wasn't really something that was crucial and was so short I wouldn't have bothered.

    10. Very short. Not really even a book. It had been a while since I read the first book, so this story was vaguely familiar. It says that it is book 3.5, but it really is 4.5. It was OK. Made me a little curious about what is coming. But that was about it.

    11. This is not a necessary read for fans of The Missing. It's all in the perspective of Daniella, which is interesting. It can be humorous at times, and is a very quick read. Nothing remarkable occurred, which is why my rating isn't higher.

    12. helped explain a little more. I can't remember the part and in which book that Jonah and chip called Daniella.

    13. It's short, sweet, and a great accompaniment to Found (Book 1) and allows us to familiarize ourselves a bit with Daniella in preparation for her role in Risked (Book 6).

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