The Voice on the Radio (Janie Johnson #3)
|Author:||Caroline B. Cooney|
The kidnapping is long past, and the Johnsons and the Springs are on the way to restoring their lives. Janie is ever grateful to her devoted boyfriend who helped her through it all. As Janie tries to balance herself between the two families, she feels torn. It seems the only thing keeping her together is her love for Reeve, but he is away at college and Janie misses him terribly.
For Reeve, college life seems overwhelming. And as a first-time disc jockey at his college radio station, he is discovering that dead air can kill you. To fill the silence, he finds himself spilling Janie's story over the airwaves. Reeve is so sure that Janie will never find out what's making his broadcast such a hit that he doesn't stop himself. What will be the price for Janie?
Praise for "The Voice on the Radio:"Cooney's outstanding command of emotional tension has taken this novel to extraordinary heights."School Library Journal, " starred review"Readers of Cooney's addictive "The Face on the Milk Carton" and "Whatever Happened to Janie?" can start licking their chops."Publishers Weekly, " starred review" A 'must purchase' . . . . "The Voice on the Radio" elicits a powerful response in readers and is a real page-turner, so plan to purchase multiple copies to satisfy the demands of your teen readers."Voice of Youth Advocates" (VOYA)Also by Caroline B. Cooney: "The Face on the Milk Carton" is an IRA-CBC Children's Choice book, and "Whatever Happened to Janie"? was selected as an ALA Best Book for Young Adults."From the Paperback edition."