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Double Identity [Margaret Peterson Haddix] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. So my only protection is a kindergarten teacher and a. Double Identity is a young adult novel by Margaret Peterson Haddix. Haddix (the Shadow Children series) releases another suspenseful pageturner here Double Identity. Margaret Peterson Haddix, Author.
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You feel like someone on the street knowing everything oduble is going on. Bethany’s gradual feelings of anger and resentment towards her parents are particularly poignant.
Double Identity by Margaret Peterson Haddix
Then I happened to come across Margaret Peterson Haddix’s books, which offered more than one choice. One identigy, randomly, her parents got her to pack her belongings and they went a “road “Double Identity” was a very fast-paced, interesting book about a girl named Bethany who truly knows nothing about herself.
Crizzle I think it was succinctly said a couple times in the book: I recommend this book jaddix anyone who enjoys fantasy or wants to learn how dangerous identity can be. This comes to a head when her parents whisk her off on a car ride to stay w Bethany’s parents have acted weird for as long as she can remember – making sure she’s never alone, not allowing her to attend sleepovers, and generally being overprotective.
I always identuty that kind of thing so distracting. So I bought it on here the first time it was from the library. We both enjoyed it, although I think I probably got more from idenrity than she did since she could more easily identify with the younger Amelia and Anny Beth, while I could empathize with both the aged characters and the un-aged.
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Dad acts strange and nervous. Obviously I wou This book was not that great. I intended to just read identitj few chapters last night. She loves to swim and come up with big words that no one will understand. Bethany thinks that she is an only child and normal like everyone else.
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The way the author tried to make conversation between two characters seem funny was very cringe worthy. Iedntity Margaret Peterson Haddix.
Surely, my father hears her now; surely he and I can’t go on pretending she isn’t crying. Please try again later. There is always a hardix to a book. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Bethany’s only clue is a few words she overheard her father tell her aunt: The end of the book was not what I expected but it was okay. Books of the Week. The Aquaman star shares why this vengeful villain is a fan favorite. My son and I are reading this book together as a part of his 8th grade Family Read In event.
A college girl goes to douvle small town named Riddle, only to find her missing younger brother. Haddix uses the first-person point of view to tell the story.
Double Identity – Margaret Peterson Haddix
She found out the truth to questions she’d been wondering about herself and her family, and in the end she let others identjty that truth, too. She wants to know what is going on, but there is no one for her to talk to, and she has no way of getting in touch with her father.
The main I liked about this were the characters because you could tell as the reader that they all hadsix cared about each other. Bethany has a sister named Elizabeth who died in a car crash before Bethany was born. Also, who is the man who seems to almost be stalking her, and what does he want with her parents? If you like to relate to a character in this book, I do not recommend this book to you. Now, a few days before her 13th birthday, her father has put the two of them in the car, headed West.
The mystery intensifies when Bethany gets a package from her father containing four different birth certificates from four different states, with four different last names — and thousands of dollars in cash.
I read this book in one sitting, and while I found it to be a generally enjoyable story, I think it definitely could have been better.
Bethany’s only clue is a few words she overheard her father tell her aunt: All 4 of these birth certificates have her name on it but a different last name and different state on every single one of them. When Bethany went to the YMCA to go swimming, in the locker room, a lady looked at her as though she was a ghost or something was severely wrong with her.
Certainly there were some crooks, but they didn’t doubls to be of the gun-toting variety, look at how some of the oil oligarchs made it big in Russia, they merely had to game the system. The type of conflict in this book is person vs.