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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2007

    Perfume

    The Perfume By: Caroline B. Cooney The main characters in this story are Dove, Connie, Heather and Wing. Dove is kind of a goodie good. She is not a bad girl, she obeys the rules. Connie is not bad but not good. She¿s in love with the mall. Heather has her drivers license. Connie and Dove depend on Heather to take them to the mall. Wing is Dove¿s evil twin that was locked inside her. What this story is mostly about is an evil perfume called Venom. It was advertised once and only once. Ding! All three of the girls got an idea, we need to get that perfume! Once they get to the store that sells Venom they smelled it, but didn¿t like it. Something in Dove tells her to get the perfume and she gets it! There is an evil twist to the perfume, it brings out your evil twin that has been locked inside your mind and if you try to get rid of the perfume your twin will never leave! This story takes place in the mall, school and Dove¿s house. The mall, because that¿s where Dove got the perfume. The school, because that¿s where Dove¿s evil twin Wing mostly took over her body. Finally,Dove¿s house, because that¿s where Dove did most of her thinking. The theme of this story is evil perfume and evil twins. Evil perfume ties in with this book because that¿s what Dove bought. Evil twins ties in with this story because that¿s what Dove brings out of herself. So this is sort of a cause and effect. I liked this story because Dove¿s her own evil twin. If I was my own evil twin, it would feel cool. I would be able to talk in two different voices. I can relate to this book because sometimes it feels like two people are talking when I¿m talking. Here¿s an example: One time I said something to my brother and I didn¿t realize what I said. Unfortunately, there were no books that were similar to this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2007

    Perfume

    The Perfume By: Caroline B. Cooney The main characters in this story are Dove, Connie, Heather, and Wing. Dove is kind of a goodie good. She is not a bad girl, she obeys the rules. Connie is not bad but not good. She¿s in love with the mall. Heather has her drivers license. Connie and Dove depend on Heather to take them to the mall. Wing is Dove¿s evil twin that was locked inside her. What this story is mostly about an evil perfume called Venom. It was advertised once and only once. Ding! All three of the girls got an idea we need to get that perfume! Once they get to the store that sells Venom they smell it, but didn¿t like it. Something in Dove tells her to get the perfume, and she gets it! There is an evil twist to the perfume it brings out your evil twin that has been locked inside your mind, and if you try to get rid of the perfume your twin will never leave! This story takes place in the mall, school, and Dove¿s house. The mall because that¿s where Dove got the perfume. The school because that¿s where Dove¿s evil twin Wing mostly took over her body. Dove¿s house because that¿s where Dove did most of her thinking. The theme of this story is evil perfume and evil twins. Evil perfume ties in with this book because that¿s what Dove bought. Evil twins ties in with this story because that¿s what Dove brings out of herself. So this is sort of a cause and effect. I liked this story because Dove¿s her own evil twin. If I was my own evil it would feel cool. I would be able to talk in two different voices. I can relate to this book because sometimes it feels like two people are talking when I¿m talking. Here¿s an example: One time I said something to my brother and I didn¿t realize what I said.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2000

    Doves life is disapearing

    Dove is a pufect teenage girl. The worst smelling perfum that unleches was Doves twin Wing that was never born takes over Dove's life. Wing whants to cause pain in the world.Dove witness things that Wing does, And when Wing gets in troble . Wing Then swiches back to Dove to take the blame Can Dove help her self before Wing kills some one or Doves body!!!!!!!

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