Dead Wrong (T*Witches, #4)
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T*Witches #1 blew out of stores and became our hottest summer paperback launch.

Alex and Cam return to Alex's hometown in Montana to settle some scores. Numero Uno: Someone is trying to block Alex from being adopted by Cam's family. Could it be Alex's deadbeat stepdad? Numero Dos:Alex's bud Evan is being blamed for a school death threat. When stepdad turns up Six Feet Under
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Scholastic Paperbacks (first published January 1st 2002)
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Frank
I worked harder to get into this book than in some of the others. But I stumbled over the writing and style of the authors. Page one has one sentence 42 words long with four or five different ideas in it. Then a response of "Excuse Me?" includes a lot of description about clothing, issues of identical twins, etc which again disrupts the flow of the dialogue and story at least for me. And so it goes all through the story which for me never settles down to a nice flow I could follow. It is not the...more
Drucilla
Oct 15, 2011 Drucilla rated it 2 of 5 stars
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There are a few good points in this book where both the reader and the main characters learn things about their magic and people they know. This helps the story from becoming cliched and/or stagnant. The biggest problem I had with this entry in the T*Witches series is Alex's stepdad. He's mentioned in the third book and then just disappears. In my last review, I said that it could have been a good overarching plot line if the author's had stuck with it. Unfortunately, he comes back in this entry...more
Nikki
I read all these books about 4ish years ago (I think). It was right after the last one came out..anyways, they are WAY better than the movie!
Helen
Its been a while since I've read this. It was ok.
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