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Look Both Ways
Look Both Ways
Author: Jacquelyn Mitchard
14-year-old Meredith and Mallory are still getting used to their gifts: Merry can see the past and Mally can see the future. The story is told from both of their perspectives. — Mally sees a vision of a white lion swiping a cheerleader's shoes. She tells her vision to Merry, who later witnesses a cheerleader injured and hospitalized. The shoes ha...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781595141613
ISBN-10: 1595141618
Publication Date: 4/2/2009
Pages: 256
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Razorbill
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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If you're a fan of THE MIDNIGHT TWINS, or even if you've never heard of it, you're going to love this book!

LOOK BOTH WAYS by Jacquelyn Mitchard is a fun-filled book, with suspense, comedy, and even romance. It's definitely a book for everybody - there are elements of this novel that would be appealing for any different type of teen reader. Although it is geared for young adults, I think any age group could enjoy it.

Mally and Merry thought life had gone back to normal by the close of THE MIDNIGHT TWINS, but by the first couple of chapters of their second adventure, they and their readers knew they were in for another wild ride.

The twins, one born the minute before midnight and one born the minute after, have odd dreams throughout the series. At the beginning of the novel, their visions and dreams start up again. They discover, partly through their visions, a secret that Eden, another character in the book, has been keeping from them; one that ties into an accident involving a girl on the cheerleading squad.

Can they figure out what's going on before it's too late?

This book is a fun, quick read - coming out just in time for summer!
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