Meg Cabot, I have been a fan of your books for quite a few years now.I first discovered a book of yours in mylocal library where I oicked up 'Missing, Missing you' and strated to read it, not knowing it was the last book. Therefore, naturally I HAD to get the rest of the books to read the whole story. The Missing series are ones that I could read over and over again and even though they are teen ones I find them to be more mature than other teen stories. Although Jess speaks in a younger manner, the storylines give us a glance into a young womans life where she is trying to find who she islike the rest of us but then having to battle her way through all of these problemsbeyond her years on the way. I like that the story holds mystery, that your always left wondering what Rob is thinking and that until the last one you never know what will happen between them, I like that within that you also have the mystery of whatis happening with the various scenarios she gets herself into.
I think that the Missing series, if made right, could be as big as the Twilight sagas, as due to the way you wrote it, a film made by it could be targeted to an older audience, therefore a wider audience too. I think that you could catch all the elements in the films that you didnt always get to see in the books.
I guess what im asking is if there will ever be a chance of a film for the Missing series?
As the TV programmes made from the idea of the books runied the image of them and made it seem cheesy.
I think the films could create a side to the story that you wouldn't otherwise be able to read in a book, So please please make a film of them.
Also another question; is there any chance of you writing another book? As I agree with a previous comment on here that I feel there should be more to the story, to be able to see herown 'happy ever after' and to see whether she decides to carry on using her powers or give them up for good? to see how she deals with teaching? How her marriageis? whether she has children? Would be a Brilliant finale to the series.
Thank you for your time and sorry for the ever lasting Essay.