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hings should be great for Janie—she has graduated from high school and is spending her summer with Cabel, the guy she ’ s totally in love with. But deep down she ’ s panicking about how she ’ s going to survive her future when getting sucked into other people ’ s love is really starting to take its toll.
hings get even more omplicated when she meets her father for the very first time—and he ’ s in a coma. As Janie uncovers his secret past, she begins to realize that the choice thought she had has more dire consequences than she ever imagined.
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Published February 9th 2010 by Simon Pulse
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For a ood portion of the ook, from the early, the story mostly concentrates on Janie 's dealing and coping with her alcoholic mother.

The ather 's part was good but not that exciting and I did n't pick up this nove to read about the rials, tribulations and effects of an alcoholic on a family.

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I think the nove would have been 5 stars if, like in the last two books, there had been a mystery or crime to solve, with this plot about her family and her future woven into it.

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Who would have thought that McMann, a master of succinct and intense writing, can cook up a book which, with its 214 pages, seems so overlong, pointless and emotionless?

Who would have thought I 'd have to skim over some pages to be finally done with it? There is no real story, " Gone " is basically an artificially extended epilogue full of filler.

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GONE is about Janie 's journey into figuring out more of who she is as a dream catcher and finding more out about herself.

She 'll learn about how she got her abilities as she finds out more about the an who 's dreams she keeps getting sucked into, as he 's sitting in a chair *hence the cover of the book* in a oom.

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I love the writing style and the backstory in this series, but this ook did not really advance the overall plot and both Janie and Cabel are not very likable here.

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But when it came to writing a review, I felt like there just was n't enough.

However, I read the first section of the second ook ( Wake) and did n't love that.I doubt anyone will be reading this review that has n't read the preceding two books but here is a recap of the series in three sentences: In book one, Janey, who lives with her alcoholic mother, figures out that she falls into people 's dreams and falls for a neighbor boy who is actually ( view spoiler) [ a narc for the police ( hide spoiler) ] and she helps solve a drug ring.

The eighth book definitely has the most going for it -- substance and story-wise.Anyway, if you are at all curious about the series, I 'd recommend it.

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I loved Wake and Fade to the point where I would have been content, nay, delighted, if I simply got more of the same in Gone.

Like Wake and Fade, Gone is told in the present tense from Janie ’ s point of iew, but unlike the previous two books of the series, there is no crime solving subplot.

At the beginnin of Fade, Janie had accepted her fate as a dream catcher, and had committed herself to Cabel.

By the beginnin of Gone, Janie has resolved herself to her ate as a dream catcher and is only committed to Cabel for the time being.

WTH? If you loved this series as much as I did, you may want to avoid reading Gone.

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