Review. Torn: The Missing, Book 4. by Margaret Peterson Haddix. Thirteen-year- old Jonah longs for a normal life again. Ever since he found. Torn by Margaret Peterson Haddix – Jonah and Katherine embark on a chilling journey to discover the Northwest Passage in this new installment of the New. Torn (The Missing) [Margaret Peterson Haddix] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jonah and Katherine embark on a chilling journey to.

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The faith of the world That’s how I felt after I finished “Torn”.

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Jonah and Katherine must survive the 17th century boat, with unlikely “help” from two sailors, Wydowse and Staffe. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. They then follow Mileva to her parents’ house and conceal themselves in Lieserl’s room for about a month. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! That should have been obvious to them much earlier. November 7, at Gaddix to Read Currently Reading Read.

Torn (The Missing, Book 4), by Margaret Peterson Haddix, 2011, Book Review

I thought this was a great story that is thrilling, full of danger,and teaches you about history. Visit her at HaddixBooks. He has promised Jonah and Katherine that if they fixthey can save JB who is another time traveler and new friend who helped start all thisBrendanAntonioand Andrea from I like how the author kept coming back to the main subject.


They are all sent, along with Emily, to a place outside of time, called a time hollow. And when Second requires their help, Jonah and In their other adventures, Jonah, Katherine and the missing kid have tracers, the ghostly outline hadsix what’s supposed to happen, to help steer them in the right direction.

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Then she unfreezes only Jonah and allows him to come with her and save time. Staying true to its name, Jonah’s real identity as a missing child is finally “revealed” in this book; an orphanage baby from who was kidnapped to be passed off as Hsddix Lindbergh’s son.

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Haddix has a remarkable way of drawing readers in to this incredible tale of exploration through two beautifully crafted characters in the form of adolescent time travelers. The pacing of the story is also excellent. I have read the entire series, and have loved this book the most.

JB turns around but Jonah hears the second part of what he said ‘Have fun Jonah is disguised as John Hudson, the son of the captian and soon secrets are revealed to him that change their mission completely and Jonah starts to doubt if he will ever see any of his friends On the train, Mileva becomes aware of their presence.

I love this period of history, and again, I was very entertained and captivated by the story. Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only.


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You are commenting using your WordPress. Built on the Genesis Framework. Jonah, Katherine, and Andrea find that their attempt to fix time by sending Andrea back is being thwarted by a man who calls himself Second.

When they find out that Second has disguised himself as Hudson’s first mate and has murdered one of them, Jonah and Katherine have a harrowing time, and then relive the mutiny and banishment, except time splits, showing 1 version that they already lived the return of the shipand 1 that they live now continued banishment, the original version. Sep 27, 5Ryne rated it liked it.

In my free time I can be found binge watching The Office with my husband and baby, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring my neighborhood. The focus of Torn is explorer Henry Hudson and his son, John. I must have also skipped something in my excitement for what would happen next and how the author would end “Torn”.

The theme of this story is trust.