Book Reviews of Hidden Talents

Hidden Talents
Hidden Talents
Author: David Lubar
ISBN-13: 9780812541700
ISBN-10: 0812541707
Publication Date: 11/15/2000
Pages: 224
Edition: 1 Mass Mkt
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Tor Books
Book Type: Paperback
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fun book
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American Library Assoc. "Best Books for Young Adults ages 10 and up
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Good young adult fare.
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This was such a fun and imaginative read. Can't wait to read the sequal. Gave this to my son and nephew for Christmas - they had it finished before Christmas vacation was over. Loved it!
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this is a really really good book for pre-teens!
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I really liked this book, the style of written was fun with the added in bits of notes, peoms, extra. Yet, I felt that something was missing from the ending which seemed to be rushed to tie everything else up. Maybe it was a fact that none of the adults ever discoved their 'talets' but...In a way I felt like this could have been a book for older readers but was dubbed down a bit. A good fast read for ages 10-14 :3
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This book was what I imagine young people who seemingly have behavior problems would write to tell their stories. The characters are very believable and even though in this book it seems that good triumphs in the end it really is not like a happy ever after ending. You know in the next book there is going to be trouble for these same young people and that they will probably struggle always because of their strange talents which make them different.