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The more that Jonah, Katherine and Andrea find out the less they seem to know about who this person is, what he wants from them and what time they are in. Find out in Sent! Also, if Jonah and Katherine make things happen differently than they happened in real history, they could release a time wave that would change things in the future, like Katherine and Jonah not even being born!

During their time journey, the device used for their time travel, called an Elucidator, is lost, causing the children arrive not certain as to where or when they are.

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Do art and literature affect how we understand history? This is not the most favorable plan for Chip, or for fellow time-displaced adoptee Alex: She loses codes and is constantly having to ask her supervisor to give them to her. They foil an attempt by two men to kill Chip and Alex, but then must hide.

Book Reviews: Found, Sent, and Sabotaged (The Missing Series books 1-3) by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Continue reading Show less Is it any good? I would also suggest it to anyone who is looking for a good historical adventure type book. My rating for this book is: Families can talk about the historical basis of this story.

Jonah and Katherine must survive being on the 17th century boat, [17] with unlikely help from two of the sailors. My rating for this book: They begin to discover that fixing time is going to prove to be more difficult than they had originally intended it to be.


How would that have changed the course of history afterwards? Hadley Correo - A time agent from the future who sometimes works with JB and assisted Jonah and the others when they traveled to How can we know what is true? In the process of doing so, Kevin himself is unaged into a baby.

The two are captured by Curtis Rathbone, the CEO of the company that employed Gary and Hodge, who then reveals that he caused all the unaging. I liked the flow of the book and how there was always something that made me want to read more and more.

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That is where Found ends and Sent begins. Jonah and Katherine must repair time and save Chip and Alex from their certain deaths before it is even possible that they can return home. Antagonists in order of appearance [ edit ] Gary and Hodge - The pair of original time kidnappers that gathered up all of the missing children in the first book.

When they arrive the agent refuses to give them any more information, saying only that he can not tell them any more and that they should not have even gotten his information, but the children receive information from a folder placed on the table by a man no one saw put it there.

Each of them was born in another time, and whisked away as "endangered" children to be adopted in the future. It is also interesting how with each of the new discoveries they make about their adoption the boys begin to wonder more and more who they are.

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Even welcomed the long explanations. I picked this book up because I wanted to continue reading the series and discover how each one of the children was returned to their original time period.

JB then concludes that Second unraveled time from tomade his own new, alternate universe and is sealing it off completely from others. Also before it gets lost the year on it gets changed so they have no clue what time period they are in.

Jonah has light brown hair and pale skin with occasional freckles. They are all sent, along with Emily, to a place outside of time, called a time hollow. Haddix has obviously put a lot of thought into her history and science fiction.

To make things worse an unidentified plane lands at a gate no one is attending to and she therefore has to go and help them. Curtis Rathbone - CEO of Interchronological Rescue, the company that steals babies from the past and sells them in the future to become rich.

The three come to realize that Jonah and Chip are important missing children from history who were transported to the 21st century by baby smuggling time travelers, whose names are Gary and Hodge. He is one of the famous children of history that were kidnapped by time travelers and accidentally sent to the 21st century.

Caught was released on September 3, When they discover that they were supposed to be murdered by their uncle how will they ever fix time and make it out alive and safely back to the 21st century?

Her past was restored in Sabotaged.Sent (The Missing, Book 2) [Margaret Peterson Haddix] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jonah, Katherine, Chip, and another boy, Alex, have no preparation before they are sent back to at the Tower of London/5(). This book is part of a larger series by a variety of authors.

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I’m honored. I’ll try to give you information that’s helpful. Quick Info Short Biography. Jonah and Katherine must rescue their friends from the Tower of London in Margaret Peterson Haddix'sSent. Jonah, Katherine, Chip, and Alex travel back to Britain inwhere they discover that Chip's true identity is England's Edward V, and that Alex is his younger brother.4/4(2).

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Keep your audiobook forever, even if you cancel. Don't love a book? Swap it for free, anytime. Haddix is a master of the young adult novel, and Sent is another of her thoughtful thrillers.

With its compelling storyline and realistic teenage characters, Sent will keep readers on the edges of their seats while forcing them to think through the way history is written.

Sent by margaret peterson haddix review
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