Look Both Ways

Look Both Ways

by Jacquelyn Mitchard


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Look Both Ways by Jacquelyn Mitchard

In the second book of the Midnight Twins trilogy, Meredith and Mallory Brynn are finally coming to terms with their special gifts: Meredith to see into the past, Mallory to see into the future. But they never expect that their powers will reveal danger so close to home.

Mallory must help her best friend, Eden, find the strength to defy her destiny as a shape-shifter, before Eden gets hurt-or hurts somebody else. And Merry has her own friends to worry about when her visions reveal trouble brewing on the cheerleading squad in the form of Kim Jellico.

Mallory and Meredith must join together to rescue their friends before it's too late.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781595142818
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication date: 02/18/2010
Series: Midnight Twins Series
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Jacquelyn Mitchard is the author of the bestselling novel The Deep End of the Ocean and of two nonfiction books, including Mother Less Child: The Love Story of a Family. She has been featured on NBC's Today Show and CBS This Morning, and has been profiled in such national publications as People and Newsweek. A contributing editor to Ladies? Home Journal, Mitchard and her five children live in Madison, Wisconsin.


Madison, Wisconsin

Place of Birth:

Chicago, Illinois


B.A. in English, Rockford College, 1973

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Look Both Ways 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
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!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So first off I have to say I started reading this book series when I saw the first book and was shocked to see that the main characters names where Mallory and Meredith. It's so weird because what are the odds of finding a book with your name in it and you sister's name in it also. In a way it's like the Author is physic and she looked into my life. I'm Mallory and just like the Mallory in the book I don't have many friends just at least one close one. I don't really talk to people because I think the things people do are stupid.So like the character I rather hangout at home rather than go out and be around crowds. My sister Meredith is the same as the book Meredith shes always throwing the fact that she has a lot of friends in my face. Plus she is also way into looks like the book Meredith. This book had a good mystery type plot and was an interesting read. Although I think the first book may have been a bit more fun to read. The covers to these books are really awesome and pretty too.
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Loved it
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This is a great quick read for adults or middle school/junior high ages students.