More about Ms. Jayne:Hannah is the author of the UNDERWORLD DETECTION AGENCY CHRONICLES from Kensington books and the upcoming young adult thrillers TRULY, MADLY, DEADLY and SEE JANE RUN available from Sourcebooks, Inc. When she's not battling the demons of the Underworld or tackling a murderer at Hawthorne High, Jayne kicks her feet up in her San Francisco bay area home and attempts to share couch space with two enormous cats.
Word PlayToday I am thrilled that I am bringing to you a slightly different take (for me anyway) on the usual blog tour--Word Association Game!
I sent Ms. Jayne five words, she replied back, then I responded, so on and so forth. Here we go:
- NOW! (That was the first word, but a second, on-the-heels follower was "Hawaii")
- YES! (in response to NOW) Some Day (in response to Hawaii)
- Cake! Now!
- Cheese (Cake) I Wish!
- "Hi baby!" (It's what my nephew says when I wake him up in the morning on the days I babysit--which is tomorrow!)
As you can see we had an amusing interlude exchanging emails. Make sure you stay in touch with Ms. Jayne to keep in touch with her to see what other titles she has coming out in the future!
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My Thoughts on See Jane Run:The synopsis of See Jane Run initially reminded me of the classic The Face on the Milk Carton--a childhood favorite of mine so I was instantly drawn to this. With this, I was nervous too as I did not want to compare Ms. Jayen's book to Ms. Cooney's but I am relieved to say this one did not disappointment nor is it the same book duplicated--another relief. :-)
Riley finds a birth certificate with another girl's name on it--is it hers or is it someone else's? Did her parents steal her or is she adopted? Where does she belong? Then, on top of dealing with this, she cannot shake the feelings feelings that someone is messing with her head or watching her. There is intrigue, mystery and suspense woven into the story on almost every page. Added to the mix is a romance that develops between Riley and JD.
While there is some predictable moments (but what mystery does not really), I do not feel that it detracted from the overall appeal from this book. This would be great for reluctant readers as I think it is fast paced enough to hold most reader's attention.