Sabotaged (Missing Series #3)

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After helping Chip and Alex survive 15th century London, Jonah and Katherine are summoned to help another missing child, Andrea, face her fate. Andrea is really Virginia Dare, from the Lost Colony of Roanoke. Jonah and Katherine are confident in their ability to help Andrea fix history, but when their journey goes dangerously awry, they realize that they may be in over their head. They've landed in the wrong time period. Andrea doesn't seem that interested in leaving the past. And even worse, it appears that ...

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Overview

After helping Chip and Alex survive 15th century London, Jonah and Katherine are summoned to help another missing child, Andrea, face her fate. Andrea is really Virginia Dare, from the Lost Colony of Roanoke. Jonah and Katherine are confident in their ability to help Andrea fix history, but when their journey goes dangerously awry, they realize that they may be in over their head. They've landed in the wrong time period. Andrea doesn't seem that interested in leaving the past. And even worse, it appears that someone has deliberately sabotaged their mission...

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To repair the damage of time kidnapping, Jonah and Katherine are helping Virginia Dare return to her 17th century birthplace in the American colonies. Unfortunately, Roanoke has been abandoned and, without communication devices, our young time-travelers don't quite know what to do! The third Missing installment is a charm.
School Library Journal
Gr 5–9—Shortly following Chip and Alex's rescue from the 15th century, Jonah and Katherine are sent on another time mission in Margaret Peterson Haddix's sequel (2010) to Sent (2009, both S & S). This time the siblings are off to the mysterious Roanoke Colony with a new girl named Andrea, who is actually Virginia Dare, the first English child born in the American colonies, and a dog for company. Their mission goes awry when Andrea loses the elucidator and Jonah and Katherine discover they have been sabotaged by an enigmatic man named Second. As more and more goes wrong with their mission, Jonah, Katherine, and Andrea must attempt to make the best decisions possible with no adult guidance. When two more "Missing" teens are sent, Andrea becomes more confused about how to proceed and the teens end up changing time. Things go from bad to worse when JB finally catches up to them, the saboteur is revealed, and his genius plot sends ripples of changes into history's timeline. Listeners are left eager for more as Haddix ends the book with JB charging Jonah and Katherine with the task of fixing one specific year or losing the correct Time forever. Chris Sorensen delivers an absorbing performance, capturing Jonah's confusion, anger, misery, and determination throughout the exciting story. This thrilling new installment in the series is recommended for libraries that already circulate the first two titles.—Jessica Miller, New Britain Public Library, New Britain, CT
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"Haddix concentrates more on the action, suspense and mystery in this book...Best of the series so far."—Kirkus Reviews

"Haddix skillfully weaves her story around a popular historical mystery (the Roanoke Colony), and the result will please returning readers of the Missing series; new ones can also plunge right in."—Booklist

Children's Literature - Danielle Williams
Children have been stolen from throughout history and brought into the future to be adopted by couples in the 20th century. The only way to save history, and make sure the proper timeline is maintained, is to return the stolen children to their proper place. Book three of the Missing series begins with Jonah and Katherine in the control room, waiting for J.D. to send them on their next mission with Andrea, who is actually Virginia Dare, the first European child born in North America. It is Jonah's and Katherine's responsibility to make sure Andrea is returned to her proper time and joins with her tracer in order to ensure the timeline is maintained. While the depth of history contained within this volume is fascinating, the third book of the series resolves nothing and only creates more questions as to what the conclusion of the series will lead to. While it is possible to read this installment without reading previous books in the series, not every aspect of time travel or the reason behind returning the stolen children is adequately explained, the result of which is confusing passages interspersed with gripping adventure and a fierce desire to know what comes next. It is recommended that readers begin with the first book of the "Missing" series, Found. Reviewer: Danielle Williams
School Library Journal
Gr 5–9—This volume picks up immediately where book two left off, with Jonah, Katherine, and Andrea going to the time period when Andrea was kidnapped. She is Virginia Dare, the first English child to be born in the ill-fated Roanoke Colony. During their time journey, the Elucidator is lost, and the children arrive not certain as to where or when they are. Jonah pieces together that Andrea deliberately lost the Elucidator, and she admits she was following the directive of a mystery man who promised that she could stop her 21st-century parents from dying in a car crash if she did what he said. Unsure of what they've been sent back to do, the children decide to try to find the inhabitants of the colony. Along the way they save the life of Andrea's 16th-century grandfather, and she feels more and more that she is supposed to stay with him. Familiarity with the first two books is a must, and even then, this story is somewhat confusing. The integration of background material is not consistently clear, so unless readers have studied the history of the Roanoke Colony, they may not understand what is going on. This plodding novel is plot driven; there is little character development and there are no new hints as to Jonah's historical identity. Readers are told that the group will next go into the 17th century, but they may not have the patience to follow.—Cheri Dobbs, Detroit Country Day Middle School, Beverly Hills, MI
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440756825
  • Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/25/2010
  • Series: Missing Series , #3
  • Format: CD
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Margaret Peterson Haddix is the author of many critically and popularly acclaimed YA and middle grade novels, including The Missing series and the Shadow Children series. A graduate of Miami University (of Ohio), she worked for several years as a reporter for The Indianapolis News. She also taught at the Danville (Illinois) Area Community College. She lives with her family in Columbus, Ohio. Visit her at HaddixBooks.com.

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Jonah fidgeted in his seat, and his chair fidgeted right along with him. In another mood, Jonah would have been fascinated by this—how was the chair programmed? Did it have a computer chip making it squirm? But right now Jonah was too distracted. He was sitting in a sterile, nearly empty room, waiting to travel back in time to an unknown era and unknown dangers. So all he could do was fidget.

You’d think, with time travel, there wouldn’t have to be any waiting, he thought grumpily.

Beside him, his eleven-year-old sister, Katherine, bounced in her chair—making the chair bounce too—and chattered away to Andrea, the third kid who would be going to the past with them. Indeed, Andrea was the most important time traveler that day. She was the reason they were all going.

“Don’t worry,” Katherine told Andrea. “You don’t have to hold your breath or anything to travel through time. It’s easy.”

“That’s good,” Andrea said softly. She sat perfectly still, and so did her chair. She had her eyes focused on the blank wall across from her and barely seemed to be paying attention to Katherine. Normally Jonah would have approved of that—he tried to ignore his younger sister as much as possible too. But unlike Katherine and Jonah, Andrea had never traveled to the past before. She didn’t know what time period she was going to, or what she’d have to do there. Shouldn’t she be asking questions? Shouldn’t she at least act like she cared?

“Only, if you get time sick, that’s no fun,” Katherine rambled on, flipping her blond ponytail over her shoulder. “When we went back to 1483 with Chip and Alex, I thought I was going to throw up for sure. And I felt really dizzy, and—”

“Katherine!” Jonah interrupted, because he could put up with Katherine’s babbling for only so long. “Andrea won’t get time sick like you did. Remember? She’s going back to her proper time. Where she belongs. So she’ll feel good.”

At that, Andrea’s whole face brightened.

Wow, Jonah thought. She’s really pretty. He honestly hadn’t noticed before. Of course, he barely knew Andrea. The first time he’d met her, there’d been thirty-four other kids around, and four grown-ups fighting about what was going to happen to the kids, and people being Tasered and tied up and zapped back in time . . . Jonah had had a good excuse for not looking closely. All he remembered from that first meeting was that Andrea had worn her long brown hair in two braids, and she hadn’t screamed and panicked like a lot of the other kids. And he guessed he knew that—like him and the other kids the grown-ups were fighting over—Andrea was thirteen years old, and she was a missing child from history, one who had been stolen from her proper time and place by baby smugglers. One who had to go back, to save history.

Suddenly Jonah really wanted to remind Andrea that he and Katherine had already proved that they could save history and save missing kids, all at once, even when the time experts thought it was impossible. They’d managed to save Chip and Alex from the 1480s, hadn’t they? Jonah started to smile back at Andrea and was working up what he wanted to say to her: something suave but casual and not too conceited-sounding . . . . Did, Don’t be scared. I’ll take care of you sound stupid?

Katherine began talking again before Jonah had a chance to say anything.

“Andrea can too get time sick,” Katherine argued. “Not the kind from being in the wrong time period, but the kind just from traveling through time. Remember JB thought I had both kinds? And that’s why I felt so awful? And . . .”

Katherine broke off because the door opened just then and JB, the very person she’d been talking about, stepped through.

JB was a time traveler from the future, and the main person who was trying to fix time by returning all the stolen kids to history. Tall, with gleaming chestnut-brown hair, JB was so good-looking that Katherine had nicknamed him cute janitor boy before any of them had found out what he really did for a living. For some reason, JB’s appearance really annoyed Jonah right now. Depending on how you looked at it, Jonah had known JB for only a few weeks—or for more than five hundred years. (Or, actually, more than a thousand, if you counted the fact that Jonah, Katherine, Chip, and Alex had traveled between the fifteenth and twenty-first centuries in both directions.) Regardless, it had taken Jonah a while to figure out whether to trust JB or not. JB had helped Jonah and Katherine and their friends, but Jonah still wasn’t sure: If JB had to choose between saving kids and saving history, which would he pick?

I have to make sure that isn’t the choice, Jonah told himself grimly. He gazed over at Andrea again, with her clear pale skin and her gray eyes that somehow looked sad again—haunted, even. I will protect you, he thought, even though he figured he’d really sound foolish if he said that now. He kicked his foot against the ground, and his chair kicked too.

“Careful,” JB warned. “Those are calibrated to a very sensitive level.” He seemed to notice Katherine’s bouncing for the first time. “They’re not really meant for kids.”

Katherine stopped mid-bounce. Her chair rose up and caught her.

“Sorry,” Katherine said. “Can we go now? There’s no chance that we’ll hurt your precious chairs if you just send us to the past.”

She sounded offended. Jonah wondered if he should warn JB that it wasn’t a good idea to offend Katherine.

“Not yet,” JB said. “You need to be debriefed first.”

Katherine leaned forward in her chair, and her chair leaned with her.

“Really?” she breathed, seeming to forget any hurt feelings. “You’ll tell us where we’re going this time—before we get there?”

JB laughed.

“You didn’t give me much of a chance the last time,” he reminded her.

“That wasn’t our fault,” Jonah argued hotly. “If you hadn’t sent Chip and Alex back without telling them anything, and if you hadn’t cheated when I gave you the Elucidator, and if—”

JB held up his hand, cutting Jonah off.

“Hey, hey,” JB said. “Calm down. I’m sorry, okay? That’s over and done with. Water under the bridge. Haven’t you ever heard the expression, ‘No need to relive the past’?”

Katherine and Jonah both stared at him blankly.

“Um, isn’t it kind of, uh, contradictory, for a time traveler to say that?” Katherine asked.

“Yep.” JB beamed at them. “You caught the irony. Time-traveler humor—gotta love it.”

He turned toward Andrea, who was still sitting quietly, unaffected.

“As far as I’m concerned, we’re all on the same team this time around,” JB said. “From the very beginning. No keeping secrets unnecessarily. Deal?” He held out his hand to Andrea.

“Of course,” Andrea said calmly. She shook JB’s hand, before he moved on to shake Jonah’s and Katherine’s in turn. Maybe if Jonah hadn’t been paying such close attention to Andrea now, he wouldn’t have noticed that Andrea hesitated slightly before speaking, before taking JB’s hand.

She is scared, Jonah thought. She really does need me to take care of her.

“So you’ll tell Andrea who she really is?” Katherine asked eagerly.

And me? Jonah almost asked, forgetting that he was supposed to be all about protecting Andrea at the moment. Jonah had seen his two friends Chip and Alex learn their original identities in history. And he knew that, ultimately, he would have to return to his original time period, at least briefly—just like all the other missing kids from history. But, as much as he wanted to know his own identity and his own time period . . . maybe he wasn’t quite ready to know right now?

The moment when he could have asked was past. JB was answering Katherine.

“I thought I’d just show her,” he said.

JB flipped a switch on the wall behind Jonah’s chair, and the wall opposite them instantly turned into what appeared to be an incredibly high-definition TV screen. Waves crashed against a sandy beach, and Jonah had no doubt that, if he looked carefully enough, he’d be able to make out each individual grain of sand.

“Just skip to the part she’s going to be interested in,” JB said.

Jonah wasn’t sure if JB was talking directly to the TV screen (or whatever futuristic invention it actually was) or if there was someone in a control room somewhere who was monitoring their entire conversation. Sometimes Jonah just didn’t want to think too much about the whole time-travel mess. He knew that JB had already pulled them out of the twenty-first century, and the waiting room they were in was a “time hollow,” a place where time didn’t really exist. He knew that JB was probably about to show them some scene from Andrea’s “real” life, before she’d been kidnapped by unethical time travelers, and before she’d crash-landed (with all the other missing kids) at the very end of the twentieth century. But it made Jonah feel better if he told himself he was just watching a TV with really, really good reception.

The scene before him shifted, seeming to fly across the water to a marshy coastline and then inland a bit to a primitive-looking cluster of houses. Some of the houses were encircled by a wooden fence that was maybe eight or nine feet tall. Both the houses and the fence looked a bit ramshackle, with holes in several spots.

The view shifted again, focusing on a woman rushing out of one of the nicer houses. The woman was wearing what Jonah thought of as old-fashioned clothes: a long skirt, long sleeves, and a funny-looking hat covering her head. The skirt wasn’t quite as sweeping as the ones he’d seen in the fifteenth century, but Jonah wasn’t sure if that meant that he was looking at a different time period now, or if he was just watching different people. Poorer ones. Not royalty anymore.

“Mistress Dare’s baby has arrived!” the woman called, joy overtaking the exhaustion in her face. “A wee girl child, strong and fair!”

Other people began rushing out of the other houses, cheering and calling out, “Huzzah, huzzah!” But Jonah got only a brief glimpse of them before the camera—or whatever perspective he was watching—zoomed in tighter. Through the door, across a clay floor, up to a bed . . . On the bed a woman hugged a tiny baby against her chest.

“My dearest girl,” the woman whispered, her face glowing with love, even in the dim candlelight. “My little Virginia.”

“NO!” someone screamed.

It took Jonah a moment to realize that the screaming hadn’t come from the scene before him. He peered around, annoyed that Katherine would interrupt like that. But Katherine, beside him, was gazing around in befuddlement too.

It was Andrea—quiet, calm, unperturbed Andrea—who had her mouth open, who was even now jumping to her feet, eyes blazing with fury.

“NO!” she screamed again. “That’s not me! That’s not my mother!”

© 2010 Margaret Peterson Haddix

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  • Posted October 6, 2011

    A MUST read!!

    I have read the whole series except for the 4th one (Torn). I highly recommend it! You will not want to put the book down because of all the suspense. You must read the first and second boks before the third or you will be very confused. Sabotaged my Margaret Peterson Haddix is a MUST read!!

    ( I rate it four stars!!)

    15 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2011

    Best book ever

    I love this book once you finish a chapter you have to read about 9 more.

    11 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2010

    Great Book!!!!

    I love that the third book "Sabotaged" by Margaret Peterson Haddix has come. It was a joy to read and unfolds the plot of the series even farther. One thing that sticks out though is that the begining jumps out at you to the point that it will be a little hard to understand what is going on unless you have read the other two. Other wise it was a great book.

    10 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2012

    Anonomoys

    I love this story! It is so suspenseful and will keep you pn the edge of your seat.

    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2011

    Awesum!

    I read 1 and 2, but this?i love it! I totally recommend!

    9 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2012

    Omg!!!

    This is an amazing book! I couldn't put it down from the moment i picked it up. It just keeps getting better as the book goes on. This might be my new favorite book.
    SOOOOOOOOOO GOOD!!!!

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2011

    Awesome!!!!!

    OMG!! I read the first two and just started this one! It is so good i am all ready on page 138. I just cant put in down.

    8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2012

    There is something wrong with the page numbers in the real book and the nook

    I got a nook for christmas but i cant take it to school so i read
    it at home. My freinds told me this was a good series so i read book 1 and 2 on my nook my freind let me borrow book
    3 so i could read it at school. I got to page 291 but i bought book 3 before my freind loned it to me so i thought i would put in the page number and read it over spring break so i went to were you type in the page number but the max number was somwhere around 223 i thought that was kind of messed up but that was the nooks foult not the books. Im still not done with book 3 but i still say it is a 5 star besr seller.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    I am her biggest fan!!!!!!!

    I have read all of the books so far n i loved them sooo much that i almost started crying when i found thr 5th book!!!!! N for the people that say they hate it,u need SLAPPED!!!!!!!

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 26, 2012

    A MUST READ FOR ANYONE

    I have read the whole series and I have loved it. I even edit on the wiki and I recommend it.

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2012

    Fantastic

    I did not think that this book was confusing! It was actually pretty cool that it made sence that I completely understood unlike the other books that I read! LONG LIVE SABATOGE:)

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2012

    Totally

    I saw found in my libary and loved it and i readsent and they are awesome And i did a project about virgina dare and tgot a good grade so this book will incrise my noluge in virgina dare i love it !!

    6 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2011

    Excelent!

    Nice, quick read that entertains your mind and plaus with your curiosity.

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2012

    Cool

    I LOVE this book!!!!!!!

    5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2011

    Good book

    This is a great book to read.

    5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2011

    Omg

    Awesome book just like 1 & 2!!!! I just got the 4th book today and will tell you all about it. I love you margaret peyerson haddix!!!!!!! Ur my fav. author

    5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 18, 2011

    Best book in the series so far! So much suspense left for the next book! Truly amazing!

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 3, 2011

    Amazing!!

    This series is amazing! I cant wait for the next book!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 6, 2011

    I Hated This New Girl

    Why does Jonah have to like her? Her mood swings are annoying! But I loved the book. It made it harder for me to read because of her,(is it Andrea?) but I loved it anyway. I didn't let her ruin it for me. Ms./Mrs. Haddix is great at writing and I love it. Again, kinda thick for me, but I don't care. I am used to it by now. I need another one! It has to come out soon!

    4 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2011

    great

    i love it! its hard to gget into at first but once u do its epic!

    3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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