Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Double Identity

Fans of Margaret Peterson Haddix will not be disappointed with this novel. Bethany’s parents have always seemed a little strange, but on this night her father hustles she and her mother into the car and they drive and drive. Where are they? Bethany is left with an aunt she didn’t know existed. She is lonely and confused. She cannot contact her parents -- all the phone numbers have been disconnected. Whenever her dad calls, her mother is crying in the background. Aunt Mrylie knows something, but she is not supposed to tell Bethany. The book has a quick pace that will keep you interested in unraveling Bethany's secret past.


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