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    Redeemed PDF/EPUB Ê Ebook After traveling through history multiple times and finding out his original identity, Jonah thought he d fixed everything But some of his actions left unexpected consequences His parents and many other adults are still stuck as teenagers And now Jonah has a new sibling, an identical twin brother named JordanAs odd as all this is for Jonah, it s beyond confusing for Jordan How does everyone in his family have memories of Jonah when he doesn t How can his annoying kid sister Katherine speak so expertly about time travel and have people from the future treating her with respect A few rash moves by Jordan send them all into the future and into danger What if he s also the only one who can get them back to safety, once and for all."/>
  • ebook
  • 416 pages
  • Redeemed
  • Margaret Peterson Haddix
  • 09 March 2019
  • 1442497599

10 thoughts on “Redeemed

  1. Sarah Lamary Sarah Lamary says:

    Before reading_____________________________I NEED THIS I NEED THIS I NEEEEEEEEEED THIS RIGHT NOW DO YOU SEE THAT COVER THE WHOLE TIME MACHINE THINGIE IS EXPLODINGI know when the last book ended the whole space time continuum world vortex all life as we know it was on the verge of dying, but this just scares me Does this mean that now all time is going to end Obviously not, but I m ranting, don t sush me And, if I heard right, this book is no longer from Jonah s POV, but now Jor Before reading_____________________________I NEED THIS I NEED THIS I NEEEEEEEEEED THIS RIGHT NOW DO YOU SEE THAT COVER THE WHOLE TIME MACHINE THINGIE IS EXPLODINGI know when the last book ended the whole space time continuum world vortex all life as we know it was on the verge of dying, but this just scares me Does this mean that now all time is going to end Obviously not, but I m ranting, don t sush me And, if I heard right, this book is no longer from Jonah s POV, but now Jordan s In my opinion, this doesn t feel very good.So, um I guess we ll just have to wait and see whether or not everyone dies and if the whole fabric of time ends I m ever so slightly scared After reading, I guess. _______________________________________Well, I guess this is the part where I tell you what I thought of the book, because I finally read it IT.WAS ABSOLUTELY.AMAZINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG I m not going to go all fangirly and freaky outy by making this entire review a compilation of what I just did up there But, I will tell you that I liked this a lot For all of you people who have read the other Missing Books the whole way and loved them but now you re all like, I don t know if I should read it because I m afraid it might not be as good as the others wah wah wah, blah blah blah Well let me ask you to do something Scroll up to the top of this review Look at those little red stars on the left count them There should be five The highest rating allotted for books on Goodreads Do you know what that means I REALLY LIKED THIS BOOK.I ll be honest, the beginning of this book was a little confusing considering how it s been about a year since I readRevealedbut this book did a good job at refreshing my memory And, even though it was absolutely not what I had expected in my months of wondering what the end would bring, Margaret Peterson Haddix simply did what she does best she wrote a good book Not only did it bring to a conclusion everything that happened in Revealed, but it also introduced a new problem and antagonist I won t Reveal what or who, but let s just say that our characters might have Found a way to give themselves a Second Chance to Redeem one another But let s just hope they don t get Caught amidst too much danger or You know what I give up You probably get the gist anyway Haha, I love puns They re punny. This is Carl Azuz You probably don t know who he is, but if you do, then you will understand why he is here.I think he would be proud of me That s all I have to say


  2. Sofia& Sofia& says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Finales are hard They can be written well with satisfactory endings But many times, they are not They seem rushed or have too many loose ends Sadly, Redeemed was not a good ending, in my opinion, and this is why I think it was not I feel like a lot of people on Goodreads really enjoyed this last book I tried really hard to like it, but I just couldn t First of all, the last book in an eight book series has a different narrator No one asked for Jordan when we have Jonah Granted, I actual Finales are hard They can be written well with satisfactory endings But many times, they are not They seem rushed or have too many loose ends Sadly, Redeemed was not a good ending, in my opinion, and this is why I think it was not I feel like a lot of people on Goodreads really enjoyed this last book I tried really hard to like it, but I just couldn t First of all, the last book in an eight book series has a different narrator No one asked for Jordan when we have Jonah Granted, I actually really appreciated the twin twist Not very many books feature identical twins, and if they do they re all wrong Sorry guys, Fred and George Weasley are not good examples of actual twins Haddix highlighted some of the struggles of being overlooked and mixed up as a twin, which was really relatable and very accurate It makes me wonder if there is a set of twins in her life that she based it off of because it was written VERY well That s probably the only thing I liked about this book, not gonna lie I am an identical twin so I am an EXPERT on this stuff lol Jordan ended up being a pretty decent character, but I m still upset that in the LAST BOOK, our mains Jonah and Katherine did almost nothing This is similar to The Blood of Olympus, when Percy and Annabeth didn t get povs in the FINAL PERCY JACKSON BOOK Whatever I won t get into that Okay so I guess the first seven books in the series feature the gang going back in the past, so in the last one they re going to go to the future Fun 1 I wish we could have gone to the past again, because I LOVED when they did that, but I understand why they went to the future instead Why were the last two books in this series so incredibly confusing This is a middle grade series I read mostly in elementary and middle school It was NEVER this confusing Not to mention, the final battle and resolution was poorly explained and full of deus ex machinas Nothing made sense If you asked me anything about how the paradoxes and multiple dimensions were resolved, I wouldn t be able to tell you I thought Kevin Sam Chase Second Chance was done four books ago, so I was a little surprised when he came back His plot line wasn t so bad, but the fact that even his thirteen year old self was able to predict the actions of Jordan and Mr Rathbone before any of it happened just because he was some mega genius was unrealistic, plot service, and a complete deus ex machina I found it very hard to believe that he knew the secret to aging un aging at thirteen Also who even was Mr Rathbone Where did he come from Why did Haddix add some new random villain in the last book That didn t seem cohesive to me Also, let s not forget that these kids are young middle schoolers Katherine can still fit into and shop at Justice What s with all the stupid pairing off We do not need this much romance It s kind of weird to me They re still kids I thought Angela and Hadley all of a sudden being in love and adopting baby Gary and Hodge was super weird When did they even meet Overall, this book felt very different from the previous titles in many alienating ways I loved this series to death as a kid This series sparked my love for reading in fourth grade, and I can probably cite it as one of the first things that made me realize how much I love history Maybe it inspired my love for history So I ll give it that The beginning of this series is so near and dear to my heart I ll probably just ignore the existence of Redeemed because it disappointed me Still, great series overall, thank you Margaret Peterson Haddix


  3. Olivia C Olivia C says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Oh my gosh, I can t believe I finally finished the first series that I ever fell in love with as a kid I started reading this series in fourth grade when I picked the first one up at a scholastic book fair, and it changed my life Now I am going into tenth grade and I am so emotional right now I am going to spoil the series and this final book a bit so please read at your own discretion Wow, at first I was really skeptical about this book because it had a different POV Like, the first 7 books Oh my gosh, I can t believe I finally finished the first series that I ever fell in love with as a kid I started reading this series in fourth grade when I picked the first one up at a scholastic book fair, and it changed my life Now I am going into tenth grade and I am so emotional right now I am going to spoil the series and this final book a bit so please read at your own discretion Wow, at first I was really skeptical about this book because it had a different POV Like, the first 7 books were all in Jonah s POV, but then the final one totally changes it up by making it in Jordan s POV Jonah has been the main character for the entire series, and it just didn t make sense that she would change it all of a sudden However, Haddix did it very well and made Jordan s character just as interesting as Jonah s I was also skeptical about the whole twin brother thing, but I came to appreciate it as I went through the story As a twin myself, I am always interested in reading about main characters who are twins Also, Haddix handled the whole twin thing really well in my opinion Some authors totally disregard the fact that twins are different people and make their twins identical in every way It s unbearable But Jordan and Jonah were distinguished from each other and maybe that s because they never knew each other but similar at the same time, which is very realistic Also, I was smirking the whole time Jordan was complaining about people thinking he was Jonah Get used to it DThis series as a whole has been so much fun to read, and my sister and I loved to theorize on who Jonah was from the past So it was a little disappointing when it turned out he was just an orphan baby who was going to die from malnutrition I am a history nerd and always liked the history aspect, so it was kind of a let down Oh well, I understand why she did it The best book in the series was Torn without a doubt I read Torn in 5th grade, and it totally inspired my obsession with Henry Hudson Ever since then, Henry Hudson has been my favorite explorer Also, I am such a lover of books that take place on a boat Sent was great too because I love the English monarchy and the late Middle Ages early Renaissance period I favor the earlier books in this series because of their great historical settings, but I Haddix ended this series very well Her stories remained humorous and suspenseful, if a little predictable The technology in this series is so sophisticated that it was at times hard to understand exactly what was going on, but in the end I loved how everything turned out


  4. Jessica (The Psychotic Nerd) Jessica (The Psychotic Nerd) says:

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd NOTE Spoilers if you have not read Revealed Short and Simple Review So, this is the last book in the Missing series I thought that Revealed ended pretty well, so I found it odd that there was onebook What s even stranger is the fact that this is not from Jonah s POV At the end of Revealed Jonah comes home after saving time to find that three dimensions have merged and he now has a twin brother, Jordan, who had been raised in This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd NOTE Spoilers if you have not read Revealed Short and Simple Review So, this is the last book in the Missing series I thought that Revealed ended pretty well, so I found it odd that there was onebook What s even stranger is the fact that this is not from Jonah s POV At the end of Revealed Jonah comes home after saving time to find that three dimensions have merged and he now has a twin brother, Jordan, who had been raised in another dimension This book is from Jordan s POV I ll be honest, I did not like Jordan s narration I can understand where he is coming from, he has no idea who Jonah is and Jonah seems to be wise and better at everything , has no knowledge of time travel, and is scared for his parents, but this made him an annoying character at points As a reader, we know what Jonah went through so it s annoying to have it repeated and it s tiring to read from the perspective of someone who is perpetually confused The book itself was even confusing because things went so quickly or were explained so strangely that I had to reread parts to see what happened Also, since Jordan knew nothing about time travel, he kept making stupid decisions Another reason why I had difficulty getting into this book was that there was a large focus on Second and his background This brought up some interesting things, but it has been a while since I read the book Second was featured in so some parts did not have as much of an impact on me The book did end on a nice note, but overall, this was my least favorite in the series, although this is a great time travel series


  5. Jaina Rose Jaina Rose says:

    This review is also available on my blog, Read Till Dawn.It s over It s actually over Nowaiting for Missing books, nobegging my parents into driving me to Barnes Noble on release day, nobugging my sister roomie with chants of Only threedays now Threedays as I count down to a new book Noadventures with Jonah and Katherine, nohuge identity reveals that I never saw coming I still have Margaret Peterson Haddix books to look forward to, but noThis review is also available on my blog, Read Till Dawn.It s over It s actually over Nowaiting for Missing books, nobegging my parents into driving me to Barnes Noble on release day, nobugging my sister roomie with chants of Only threedays now Threedays as I count down to a new book Noadventures with Jonah and Katherine, nohuge identity reveals that I never saw coming I still have Margaret Peterson Haddix books to look forward to, but noMissing books And since I ve been reading the Missing series for as long as I ve been reading Haddix s books, that is really, really weird to me.But enough about me, how was the book itself Well, I ll start with the negatives And they all boil down to one main factor Jordan Not that I have anything against the poor boy in fact, I had been biting my nails to learnabout him since he showed up at the end of Redeemed , but he just isn t Jonah I spent seven books getting attached to Jonah seven books That s a lot of pages Those were a lot of years The experiences I share with Jonah simply aren t there with Jordan, and so no matter how interested in his story I am I m stillinterested in Jonah s And sadly, we don t get as much of Jonah as I would have liked He s there, of course, and there s definitely some tension going on between him and Jordan, but he and Katherine get separated from Jordan about two thirds of the way into the book and then that s it NoJonah and Katherine Ick.Also, I would have liked a bitexploration of the whole twin issue Jonah and Jordan are practically identical because nature and nurture were both working to keep them that way , but it did slightly grate on my when people said they were practically the same person I mean, Margaret Peterson Haddix of all people should be able to write about genetically identical kids raised in near identical situations Jordan isn t just a reboot of Jonah, a what if version that would have happened if Jonah had never discovered time travel He s a real, unique, individual person And I couldn t tell if Haddix was ignoring this, or if she simply didn t have time to deal with it when so many things were already going on in the story.So there s the negative What about the positive Again, it mostly boils down to Jordan You know, Jonah s brother, the one who got time travel and an identical twin dropped into his lap How could Jordan not be awesome Jonah shortage aside, there were a lot of advantages to being inside Jordan s head this time around He acts like a time traveling idiot for most of the book, but somehow that never really bothered me I actually really liked the fact that he was so naive, because it s realistic If the Jonah from Found had been dropped into Revealed, he would have been just as terrible at time traveling as Jordan is Speaking of our dear time traveling pro, I also dearly love the glimpses we get of Jonah throughout Redeemed, as he tries not very hard to hide his disgust at having an identical twin brother dropped into his life That s probably why I got so frustrated about not being inside his head while all of that was going on.I also loved reading about everything through a newbie s eyes I learned the ropes of time travel alongside Jonah actually, inside Jonah , and I love him to pieces but it s true that my knowledge base is exactly the same as his With Jordan, I m the old hat and he s the clueless newcomer to the table Being in his head, and watching him try to get a handle on Jonah when I already know him so well, is neat And through Jordan we get to see how much everyone respects Jonah Very, very cool I also love the scene about halfway through, when they go through a re hash of some of the most dangerous moments in the past seven books I literally squealed when Jonah said Richard III and I realized what was happening Somehow it was even cooler reliving it through Jordan s eyes, because he spent the whole time freaking out about all the crazy things that happen.Anyway, this is shaping up to be the longest review I ve written in a very long time I guess I ll stop now, but I could go on and on I have been waiting for this book for literally five years, and I am so, so thrilled to have finally read it A few fairly necessary disappointments aside, Redeemed was everything I had hoped it would be, and I absolutely loved it.Though I do wish Jonah would have narrated the epilogue.Disclaimer I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review


  6. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I enjoyed reading Redeemed and it provided a nice closure for the series and will defiantly go on my classroom shelves, however, this was my least favorite of almost all the books MPH has ever written Time is a difficult concept to capture in print anyway, but this book was very difficult to follow and seemed to twist and turn with no rhyme or reason, even after you find everything out I also found that I really did not like the new main character even as the book ended He starts out as a whi I enjoyed reading Redeemed and it provided a nice closure for the series and will defiantly go on my classroom shelves, however, this was my least favorite of almost all the books MPH has ever written Time is a difficult concept to capture in print anyway, but this book was very difficult to follow and seemed to twist and turn with no rhyme or reason, even after you find everything out I also found that I really did not like the new main character even as the book ended He starts out as a whinny annoying child who never redeems himself even at the end Sadly, most of the story centers around him instead of Katherine and Jonah so I really felt like this story went on far to long Also, in a good mystery, the author provides clues, although sometimes very subtle ones, that make the ending, no matter how surprising, comprehend able It fits But this book just rambled with the kid s and never gives the reader the clues needed to figure out ANYTHING that is going on and the ending just seems surreal and unbelievable Combine that with the dislike of the main character and it becomes uninteresting as well.I ended up finishing the book simply because I wanted to know the end of the whole story How Kat and Jonah end up and how the time problems work out So, I know what the words say, but I didn t quite understand it all and feel like overall a phenomenally brilliant series just flounders and stalls at the end leaving me as the readerdisappointed than if the book had never been written at all However, having said all that, I still have to say that MPH s stories are still some of the best written literature for young and pre teen adults that exists This series is also an engaging and interesting story line overall, but this last book was not up to the standard I would still recommend them as good books for kids and adults as a complete series


  7. Sarah Sarah says:

    2 11 15COVER WATTTTTi thought this book was a fake.Am I confused Yes.Was there a convincing ending to the other book Yes.But i still want this to happen 2 12 15 Yesterday I mailed my editor the final copyedited proofread finished version of REDEEMED, the eighth and very last book in the Missing series Today I suddenly realized I won t write or rewrite anything about Jonah, Katherine, Chip, etc., ever again After hanging out with them for eight years, it feels a little like sending kids o 2 11 15COVER WATTTTTi thought this book was a fake.Am I confused Yes.Was there a convincing ending to the other book Yes.But i still want this to happen 2 12 15 Yesterday I mailed my editor the final copyedited proofread finished version of REDEEMED, the eighth and very last book in the Missing series Today I suddenly realized I won t write or rewrite anything about Jonah, Katherine, Chip, etc., ever again After hanging out with them for eight years, it feels a little like sending kids off to college in another galaxy Where I won t ever see them again On the bright side for everyone else REDEEMED is coming your way Sept 8, with a lottime travel and twists and surprises Im dead confused thoughtitended stillneedthebook3 1 15So im looking at the cover and im thinking, Im so happy the magic box on all the new covers that isnt even in the book is getting distroyed yay Destroying something that never existed


  8. Jesten Jesten says:

    I love how this book ended, and I love how the lines got blurred all through it This book proves that the world isn t just black and white.


  9. Kevin Topolovec Kevin Topolovec says:

    I get frustrated when time travel stories don t follow enough rules, but this series actually followed too many rules Also the main villain was named Kevin Again.


  10. Savannah Klotz Savannah Klotz says:

    I love how it ended it was nice to read It was very well written.


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Redeemed➷ Redeemed Free ➭ Author Margaret Peterson Haddix – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Jonah s new twin must time travel and face off against his siblings worst enemy in order to save the future and his family in the eighth and final book of the New York Times bestselling The Missing se Jonah s new twin must time travel and face off against his siblings worst enemy in order to save the future and his family in the eighth and final book of the New York Times bestselling The Missing series, which Kirkus Reviews calls plenty of fun and great for history teachers as well After traveling through history multiple times and finding out his original identity, Jonah thought he d fixed everything But some of his actions left unexpected consequences His parents and many other adults are still stuck as teenagers And now Jonah has a new sibling, an identical twin brother named JordanAs odd as all this is for Jonah, it s beyond confusing for Jordan How does everyone in his family have memories of Jonah when he doesn t How can his annoying kid sister Katherine speak so expertly about time travel and have people from the future treating her with respect A few rash moves by Jordan send them all into the future and into danger What if he s also the only one who can get them back to safety, once and for all.


About the Author: Margaret Peterson Haddix

Margaret Peterson Haddix grew up on a farm near Washington Court House, Ohio She graduated from Miami University of Ohio with degrees in English journalism, English creative writing and history Before her first book was published, she worked as a newspaper copy editor in Fort Wayne, Indiana a newspaper reporter in Indianapolis and a community college instructor and freelance writer in Danville, Illinois She has since writtenthan books for kids and teens, including Running Out of Time Don t You Dare Read This, Mrs Dunphrey Leaving Fishers Just Ella Turnabout Takeoffs and Landings The Girl with Middle Names Because of Anya Escape from Memory Say WhatThe House on the Gulf Double Identity Dexter the Tough Uprising Palace of Mirrors Claim to Fame the Shadow Children series and the Missing series She also wrote Into the Gauntlet, the tenth book in the Clues series Her books have been honored with New York Times bestseller status, the International Reading Association s Children s Book Award American Library Association Best Book and Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers notations andthan a dozen state reader s choice awards Haddix and her husband, Doug, now live in Columbus, Ohio, with their two children.