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Code Name Cassandra Help me find my little girl Jess Mastriani dubbed Lightning Girl by the press when after a huge storm she develops a psychic ability to find missing children has lost her miraculous powers Or has sh

  • Title: Code Name Cassandra
  • Author: Jenny Carroll Meg Cabot
  • ISBN: 9780689860928
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • Help me find my little girl Jess Mastriani dubbed Lightning Girl by the press when, after a huge storm, she develops a psychic ability to find missing children has lost her miraculous powers Or has she She would like the media and the government to think so All Jess wants is to be left alone, by everyone except sexy Rob Wilkins who still hasn t called, b Help me find my little girl Jess Mastriani dubbed Lightning Girl by the press when, after a huge storm, she develops a psychic ability to find missing children has lost her miraculous powers Or has she She would like the media and the government to think so All Jess wants is to be left alone, by everyone except sexy Rob Wilkins who still hasn t called, by the way But it doesn t look like Jess is going to get her wish especially not while she s stuck working at a summer camp for musically gifted kids Then the father of a missing girl shows up to beg Jess to find his daughter Jess can t say no, but now the feds are on her trail again, as is one ornery stepdad, who d like to see Lightning Girlwell, dead.

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    1. Nasty Lady MJ on said:

      To see full binge review click here.I could bitch and get really nit picky about some of the music things in this book. And to be honest, I should. I really should. I don’t see how anyone can possibly get into a Musical Festival (Band Camp) or into the top chairs without being able to you know…read music. And it sort of contradicts the earlier book when Jess says that she bought some duets for her and Ruth to play (obviously, she could read music).Sigh, that aside. Though again fun book.This [...]

    2. Laurel on said:

      This book is a tenn book and is the sequel to When Lighting Strikes. By telling a reporter that she lost her physic abilities to find missing people, Jessica thought she got thr FBI off her back, but it just made them follow her everywhere. She still has secret packages from Roesmary (the person from 1-800-WHERERU that Jessica always tell the adresses of missing childrens to)about missing kids that wants to be found. Durung the camp, one of the conselors asked her if she could find his daughter [...]

    3. Diana on said:

      I love this series and actually read the first four in less than three weeks. (Would have been quicker if I didn't need to wait for a ride to the book store.) It's probably my favorite of Meg Cabot's work, but this one I don't know. The story is awesome and all but something just bugged me.That something was most likely the fact that Jess is working at a Summer camp with a bunch of kids. That did not appeal to me, I know that makes me sound bad like I'm anti-kid or something, (just for the recor [...]

    4. Astoria on said:

      Book 2 in the series is good.Jess lied to everyone at the end of book 1, but Agent Smith and Johnson are still tailing her.Jess is working at summer music camp, and Rob is back home. So I like their non relationship.Rob is the guy who tries to stay away but when she calls he is there.Always there.Jess does not want to make the same mistakes and she does not want the Feds to find out the truth, so she needs to make sure of 2 things.1> that the little girl who is missing wants to be rescue, and [...]

    5. Hanna on said:

      Jess continues to be totally badass and totally likable. Meg Cabot cracks me up.

    6. Katie (Kitkatscanread) on said:

      Considering this book is quite old-school, it's quite kick ass! Jessica has just as much sass as Rose Hathaway from the Vampire Academy series. This is a continuation of Jessica's ability to find missing children. She is also struggling to keep it a secret to avoid attention. Also bad boy Rob sounds hot. I can't wait for more!

    7. Amee on said:

      Jess goes off to (not band) camp with Ruth .Has some challenges, has a bunch of young boys to look after. Gets in trouble (what's new), but does some pretty cool stuff too. And heyRob <3

    8. Paige on said:

      Once again, it's Ruth's fault. That's how Jess explains her actions when she takes a summer job at Camp Wawasee as a counselor with Ruth. Jess somewhat tries to convince herself that 6 weeks away will do some good, for her and her family.But it goes South almost immediately when she is reassigned to a boys cabin to cover a sick counselor. Now, she's in charge of 8 surely boys. Of course she finds the trouble maker instantly. Mullet boy, or Shane as she later finds out, is the king of all young j [...]

    9. Karen Keyte on said:

      Jessica Mastriani, feisty heroine of When Lightning Strikes, is back and as cranky as ever in this second installment of the 1-800-Where-R-You series. After being struck by lightning during a freak April storm Jess developed a decidedly odd psychic power. If she looks at a picture of a missing person before she goes to bed, Jess wakes up knowing where that person is now. Exactly where he or she is. Every time. Unfortunately for Jess, having a freaky mutant power isn't all sunshine and roses. Esp [...]

    10. Alyssa on said:

      So after reading the first of this series I immediately moved on to this book. Its hard to see think of a place where it stopped, it sort of became a blur. Still different from reading anything else. Again written as if you are reading Jess her diary, which is amusing and refreshing. Luckily there was less of Ruth in this book and Mike and Douglas weren't in it at all.I was surprised about a few things, where did this camping counselor idea come from and how could she go away for 6 weeks, from R [...]

    11. Brandi on said:

      This was a fun little book. It was witty, quirky, and enjoyable. Took about 45 minutes to read. It read as though it was more of a lead in to the next book, as opposed to a standalone book, but this did not decrease the enjoyment of the book itself. It is a series that should not be read out of order, however.

    12. Tamika on said:

      I totally love this series!!! I love the characters. And the way it's wrote. Spoilers ahead****One thing I was so disappointed about was that Sean wasn't in this one I mean it makes since and all, but I missed him. I really liked his character. Rob kind of is making me mad I just wish that some of those issues would be resolved, then I think I wouldn't be so annoyed by it. Anyway I absolutely love this book. Side note, when they are in the cave and that crazy dude is there with them. I totally f [...]

    13. Scribblegirl on said:

      2.5 to 3 stars. Cabot originally wrote this as Jenny Carroll, and with good reason - it's an edgier read with more grit than her Princess Diaries and Mediator series. Her heroine, Jess, cusses, spends a lot of time in detention, and just generally likes life a little close to the edge. Jess isn't a bad girl, but she has a few bad habits. The books are obviously geared toward teens who find the Princess books a little young and want their fiction a little spicier than the Mediator books. I've rea [...]

    14. Quill Ampersand Key on said:

      Jess Mastriani is still a psychic, and no one knows. Well, no one but her family, best friend Ruth, and almost-not-really-boyfriend Rob. But no one else knows. Not the FBI (who have been following her since she “lost” her psychic powers), not the summer camp she’s working at as a camp counselor, and not Jonathan Herzberg, who shows up to said camp hoping Jess can help find his missing daughter…I’ll be upfront: in my opinion, this is the weakest of the 1-800-WHERE-R-YOU books. I didn’ [...]

    15. Kaye on said:

      Second in the series. In this adventure Jess (who was stuck by lightening and now knows locations of missing children) is a camp counselor for the summer. Of course a father seeks her to find his missing child. But the more fun is that she gets put in charge of a boys cabin and tries to keep them in line. Of course her motorcycle riding boyfriend shows up to help too. Light read. No big surprises, but I can see why my daughter enjoys Cabots writing. I liked the Mediator series better by Cabot, b [...]

    16. Brooke on said:

      Read this one a few years ago and still remember it. Such a great book. One of my favorites from that period of reading.

    17. Kirsten on said:

      I started with the second book and loved it. You can start anywhere in this series and understand whats going on. Really good plot!

    18. Melissa on said:

      Good second book. I still find Ruth annoying, even more. But the book was good.

    19. F on said:

      I read way too much last night. And I also interacted with humans today. And my sleep schedule is all messed up. So I needed comfort reading.Read: March 30 2015Read: June 24 2016

    20. Cyn on said:

      **The first four books were put into 2 volumes and at the same time they were given a different series title —Vanished.Let me tell you a story about a girl, maybe even a sort of hero, Jess Mastriani. She's quick with her fists —there is never any doubt about that— and that often leads her to trouble; usually in the form of another week of detention. More than that though, Jess is a loyal, quick witted, kind, just and hardworking girl and even now that I am older than her, I still look up t [...]

    21. Julie Lectures D'Une Nuit on said:

      Vous l’avez peut être remarqué, mais je poste de moins en moins vu que je suis en pleine phase « phase terminale des lectures obligatoires pour les cours ». Même si je continue à lire des livres qui m’intéressent, je dois avouer que je suis vite lassée ayant déjà 2h de lecture dans les pattes (et la lassitude de ces satanés romantiques qui font trainer l’intrigue en longueur avec leurs descriptions ^^). Comme je ne veux pas laisser tomber le blog, je vais tenter de chroniquer de [...]

    22. Jennifer on said:

      Code Name: Cassandra is the second book in the 1-800-Where-R-U, but I don't think readers need to read to first book to enjoy this one. Meg Cabot does a great job of providing background information without making it feel like she is rehashing the entire plot though I do recommend When Lightning Strikes if one wants to really appreciate the development of Jess Mastriani as a character.Jess's life has finally gotten back to normal after being struck lightning, gaining psychic abilities that allow [...]

    23. SilvanShadow on said:

      3.5 STARSJessica Mastriani has two choices: spend her summer working the steam table at one of her family's restaurants or work as a Counselor at an Orchestra Camp for gifted children. Jess chooses the camp. But her fantasy of girly gossip and French braiding sessions is shattered when she is reassigned to a cabin full of rowdy boys--one of whom is the camp bully. And, as icing to the cake, an anxious father appears at her camp desperate for Jess to use her 'gift' to locate his kidnapped five-ye [...]

    24. Irishgirl1247 on said:

      Book 2 re-read!If you haven't read book one read it! When Lightning StrikesBook 2 picks up about 3 months after book 1. School is out and Jess's best friend Ruth has convinced her to be a camp counselor at a orchestra sleep away camp. Things are good, Jess is getting out of town for the summer, away from the headlines she made a few months ago and working the steam tables at her father's restaurant. What about Rob you ask? He seems to be ignoring her and sticking to his you're too young thing. R [...]

    25. Tammy on said:

      Jess, who by the way is an awesome flute player, is a camp counselor at orchestra camp. She has these great visions of braiding the hair of her young charges while they talk about boys, tell ghost stories, and eat popcorn. Except for how she ends up with a cabin of boys. Naturally she bonds with the worst little brat because he's just like her, which is one of her lessons for the book. Another one is that she can't ignore people in need, like the guy who tracks her to the camp refusing to believ [...]

    26. Sarah on said:

      The second book in one of my favorite comfort series (do you guys have those? books that always cheer you up?). Jess is back, working as a camp counselor with her best friend, Ruth. She is (unluckily) assigned to take care of the boys cabin after the guy who was supposed to take it bails out, and her old nemesis Karen Sue takes over her old cabin. Honestly though? Thats the least of her problems. She is still dealing with the feds, who (accurately) don't believe that she lost her powers of being [...]

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