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Stranger With My Face

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2012

    By Anonymous

    It is a really thrill seeking book and i like it so far

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2006

    it wasn't the worst

    I really like Lois Duncan and she is a great author, but some of her books are worse than they have to be. This was definetly one of them. I really liked the plot and the way things happened, but I didn't like the characters. No dad would write a story about aliens, and all of the teenagers and kids in the book did not act realistic. Im 12, and Neal didn't act a bit like me, Megan doesn't even seem to know what's going on until the last chapter, and all of Laurie's friends don't talk like regular teenagers. I did like the astral projecting thing, but I think it went way too deep into the book. It went into a whole thing about Indian culture that got really boring. Like all of her books though, I really liked the foreshadowing. I think that is her best quality. I like how the characters say things in their head and out loud, but it has to be what a teenager would really say. This was definetly a good-read because I never knew about astral projection and I liked the plot and twists, but it could have been a lot better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2006

    ok...

    i love Lois Duncan, she's got real talent. so i thought this book would be good. it was, but not a BEST. see, with every book, she makes a big mistake. her dialogue is supposed to be like dialogue of modern teens, but they're NOT. and why does she refer to her siblings as, 'the children', or 'the kids'? she acts like she's superior when she says that, but she's still underage, and their sibling! and i doubt Meg could figure that out all at once... she's eight, and throughout the rets of the book she acts five. and the rest of her family is so blind. her parents are idiots, i'm sorry, but they don't realize anything. and neal acts so childish for a twelve-year-old. but i did like the plot and the whole astral projection thing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2002

    Slow start, fast ending

    It took me four years to finally pick this book up and read it completely through. I would try but it was just to boring to read. When I finally picked this book up to read it all the way, it was pretty good. The beginning of the book starts off really slow, but once you get to the middle it gets more interesting. The part I really liked was when Laurie found out that she had a twin, and that they could communicate through astral projection. The part I really didn¿t like was how Laurie kept trying to make things work between her and her boyfriend Gordon, and how when things didn¿t work out the rest of ¿the click¿ didn¿t want to have anything to do with her. That¿s not true friendship. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes other Lois Duncan books, or suspense novels.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2002

    MY PROJECT

    This story is about a girl that has a twin name lia.She is a bad kid that does bad things.People like her own boyfriend saw her with someone else that wasn't him.Laurie is kind of scare until she found out the truth.So she took a neckle of and put it on herself to protect the evil from her.

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