When popular Camryn Barnes, who possesses the power to envision evil before it happens, meets her identical twin sister Alexandra Fielding, who can hear others' thoughts, they realize their powers can create a world of good or evil.
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Imagine hanging out at an amusement park one day with your best buds when, out of the blue, your eyes lock with another girl whose face is identical to your own. Cam Barnes, preppy and upbeat, and Alex Fielding, cynical and tough, couldn't be more different--or more alike. When the fates (or someone else... ) bring the girls together, all illusions of their former lives are shattered. Suddenly, the strange secret each girl has always kept--Cam sees things before they happen and Alex hears people's thoughts--begins to make sense, as the girls reluctantly join forces to create a powerful, though unchallenged team. Their abilities are soon put to the test when a young superstar is kidnapped while visiting Cam's hometown.
The first book in pop writers H.B. Gilmour and Randi Reisfeld's T*Witches series introduces readers to the incredible mystery behind two almost-ordinary girls and launches headlong into the drama that unfolds as the twin/witches (t*witches) begin to develop their combined powers, in spite of evil forces lurking behind the scenes. Watch out for future titles in this exciting series. (Ages 9 to 13) --Emilie CoulterExcerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Evan saw it first. Clarification: saw her first. On the Ol' Wagon Wheel ride. But in typical Evan-speak, he did the lame-joke thing.
"Hey, Alex," he called, leaning over the side of their creaky, swinging basket. "There's a girl two carts down who stole something from you."
Alex did a fast calculation and came up blank. Her money was in her jeans pocket. Her backpack was stashed in the gear house at the bottom of the Ferris wheel. She folded her arms across her chest, waiting for the punch line. "Okay, Ev, I'll play. What'd she steal? My Stratocaster, SUV, or cell phone?"
Evan pointed down. "Your face."
Alex rolled her eyes. "Don't quit your day job, Evan. Comedy Central is not scanning the globe for you," she said, rubbing a sudden rash of goose bumps on her arm.
Lucinda flipped around to check. "Get outta here! Alex," she shrieked. "He's right. She looks just like you--"
"Only cleaner," Evan teased.
"Could you be any less funny?" Alex challenged. But her stomach lurched nervously, or maybe it was just the cart swinging in a gust of wind. "Nobody looks like me," she declared, going along with the joke. Although--between the goose bumps and fluttery stomach--she was acting way cooler than she felt.
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Book Description Turtleback Books. Turtleback. Book Condition: Good. Light shelving wear with minimal damage to cover and bindings. Pages show minor use. Bookseller Inventory # G0606214763I3N00
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