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4.0 out of 5 stars What a great conclusion to the series!, 9 Jun 2001
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What can I say? This was a brilliant book. I thought this series was the best that C.B.C has ever written! I don't like all her books, but am a great fan and can truthfully say that this book is well worth reading. As the conclusion to 'The Face on the Milk Carton'it ends the story really well. It shows Janie and both her families trying to cope with Reeves betrayal, after he tells her story over the radio. It brings every part of the story to a close and shows each characters individual pain. Jodie goes off to college and Stephen leaves home. Thankfull the story ends well and is a satisfying end to the trilogy. This book also gave us more information on Brian and Brendan, who we have never been told much about, and shows a lot of feelings about Janie from Brians point of view. The only reason I gave this book 4 stars and not 5 was because I prefered 'Whatever happened to Janie', but this still a great book and I highly recomend it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 25 Nov 2001
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After reading this book, you just want the author to write more and more! It is one of the best books I've read recently. I would definitely recommend it for all ages.
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4.0 out of 5 stars the Voice on the Radio, 16 May 2014
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This book is more of a short read, as I read it in an afternoon. Janine is a teenager that was kidnapped aged three whilst shopping with her mother, brothers and sister. Aged 15 Janine sees a picture of herself as a small child on the side of a milk carton with caption of have you seen this child, Janine is then torn between two sets of parents not knowing who she should live and stay loyal too, at a time of emotional change in her teenage years. The first half of this story was in a separate book, called "Whatever happened to Janine" and The Voice on the Radio continued the story of her emotional growth. And coping with two separate families. Neither book took long to read but were very enjoyable.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The story continues, 2 Aug 2014
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Janie has to deal with Reeve's infidelity on the radio. Will it break them? Will Janie learn to forgive him? The story just keeps getting better and better...
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The Voice on the Radio by Caroline B. Cooney (Mass Market Paperback - 30 Sep 1998)
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