Monday, March 4, 2013
The final book in the Wake Trilogy
By Lisa McMann
After Janie solves a major case in the Fade and has a rocky relationship with Cabel, things finally seem to be getting back to normal. In Gone, she discovers who her father is, and that he is a Dream Catcher. The main point to this book is she is faced with a decision to become like her father, a hermit; or like Miss Stubin crippled in a wheel chair. What will her choice be?
My skinny on Gone
I really didn't like this book. Gone was too dramatic for me in the sense of personal issues of the characters. I missed having Janie working on cases. In this book, she is just a big baby. I got bored. I actually skipped to the end chapter and read Janie's decision.
My movie rate of this book is PG-13, because of language and adult content.
I rate this 1 out of 5 foxes. Don't waste your time.