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Code Name Cassandra (MISSING) por Meg Cabot
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Code Name Cassandra (MISSING) (edição 2004)

por Meg Cabot (Autor)

Séries: 1-800-Where-R-You (2)

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"Jess Mastriani--dubbed "Lightning Girl" by the press when, after a huge storm, she develops a psychic ability to find missing children--has lost her miraculous powers. Or has she? She would like the media and the government to think so. All Jess wants is to be left alone, by everyone except sexy Rob Wilkins--who still hasn't called, by the way ..."… (mais)
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Título:Code Name Cassandra (MISSING)
Autores:Meg Cabot (Autor)
Informação:Simon & Schuster Children's UK (2004), Edition: Reissue, 272 pages
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Jess, who by the way is an awesome flute player, is a camp counselor at orchestra camp. She has these great visions of braiding the hair of her young charges while they talk about boys, tell ghost stories, and eat popcorn. Except for how she ends up with a cabin of boys. Naturally she bonds with the worst little brat because he's just like her, which is one of her lessons for the book. Another one is that she can't ignore people in need, like the guy who tracks her to the camp refusing to believe she's lost her powers and begging her to find his daughter, which is a bit of a problem to her because Dougie's reported in that the FBI was spying on her house and had left, probably for the camp.

Of course Jess can't resist finding the missing girl, but she has to see for herself that the girl needs rescuing before she calls the girl's father or anyone else. This doesn't mean she won't call Rob, who has been out of touch while she's been gone. Jess is all nervous he won't show but he does, exasperated, calling her "Mastriani" instead of "Jess," and insisting she will never know why he's on probation and that he will not touch her jailbait self, no matter that she's only eight months from seventeen. I'm sorry, I adore them. Rob is giving his all to fighting this and he's doing really well except for how he totally loves her and knows she totally loves him.

One of the things I really enjoyed in this book (and the previous) was Jess' relationship with her FBI handlers (or stalkers as she'd probably put it). She insists upon calling them by their first names instead of by agent and she delights in teasing them, something Jill enjoys far more than Allan. Except for when Jess explains how she ships Allan and Jill, then she and I are the only ones who enjoy it. (P.S. I would so read fic about Allan and Jill on stakeout watching Jess.) ( )
  tldegray | Sep 21, 2018 |
After reading the entire series, this book is the one that I remember most. I'm not sure exactly why, but there was something significantly neat about this book that made me adore it. ( )
  spellbindingstories | May 24, 2018 |
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  romsfuulynn | Apr 28, 2013 |
I love this series because of how different it is from a normal series.-Kelly ( )
  bplteen | Apr 16, 2012 |
In this book, Jess goes to be a councilor at bank camp with her best friend. One of her campers disappears, and she needs to track them down, with the FBI watching her every move. (she has told them she no longer has her powers, but they don’t believe her, so are trying to prove it)

I have to be honest. I struggled through the first book in this series. It seemed to take me forever to read. So much so it took me a lot longer then it should have to get to this book. But. I am a Cabot fan (how could I not be? She put my name in a book) and a fan of the tv series, so I wanted to see where she could take it. I’m glad I did. This one was fresh and fun a cute, and a fast read. I love the way she is kind of a good guy/bad girl character. How she outwits the FBI, and scares the kids into good behaviour, and at the same time being their friend. Definitely a teenager, but spunky with a sense of humour. Look forward to reading more in this series, and won’t leave it so long this time =D ( )
  krissa | Oct 22, 2010 |
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