Monday, December 16, 2013

SEE JANE RUN Blog Tour - Guest Post with Hannah Jayne and Review!

See Jane Run

See Jane Run by Hannah Jayne
Genre: YA Contemporary
Release: January 7, 2014
Paperback: 288 Pages
Publisher:Sourcefire Books
Reviewer: Shannon
Buy the Book: Amazon

Book Summary:
One name will change Riley’s life forever…

Sixteen-year-old Riley never thought twice about keeping secrets from her parents—like how her math tutor was also her boyfriend and that the cocktail dress she “borrowed” from her mom would be back before she missed it. But when she finds a birth certificate with the name Jane O’Callahan wedged inside her baby book, Riley must face the reality that her parents might be the ones who are lying to her.

Jane was born only three months before Riley, in a town a few hours away. But Riley can find no other record of baby Jane or her parents. Not even at the hospital where she was supposedly born. Until she found Jane’s birth certificate, Riley always thought she had the perfect parents. Suddenly she has to wonder: who is she really? And, better yet, who are they?
(Courtesy of the Publisher)

Guest Post with Hannah Jayne: Music Playlist!

Riley Spencer’s adventure is spurned on by secrets, and so is the See Jane Run playlist!
Riley and Shelby sneak into the Spencer’s bedroom.
Dirty Little Secret – All-American Rejects
Riley slips into JD’s bus seat and hatches her plan…
Real Wild Child – Everlife
Jumping the train…
Live While We’re Young – One Direction
The man trailing Riley (or is he?)
Timber – Pitbull
Leaving town…
Let Her Go – Passenger
Second guessing…
Demons – Imagine Dragons
Riley and JD…
Burn – Ellie Goulding
Meeting Jane O’Leary…
Wrecking Ball – Miley Cyrus
The final stand off…
Quicksand – Bridgit Mendler
Coming clean…
Wait for Me – Shane Harper

Shannon's Thoughts:
See Jane Run definitely kept me guessing the whole time.  After Riley finds Jane's birth certificate, she has no idea what to believe.  And neither did I!  I'm usually pretty good at figuring those kinds of things out, but I did not see the truth coming though.  There were definitely some tense moments and I wondered how it was all going to turn out.  

I really like JD, who had a lot more depth than people believed.  I felt sorry for Riley who basically had her whole life pulled out from under her.  But at times I was so frustrated with her!  Especially once she learns the truth.  I understood it was a lot for her to process, but at times she just so selfish.  The ending was particularly tense and frightening.  

If you like YA thrillers, then check out See Jane Run!

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