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Dead Wrong (T*Witches #4)

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While trying to evade Alex's creepy stepfather, twins Alex and Cam head to Alex's old home in Montana to help her friend Evan, not realizing that the warlock Thantos has followed them with plans of his own.
Paperback, 176 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Scholastic Paperbacks (first published January 1st 2002)
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Tara Day
Jun 23, 2017 rated it liked it
In the fourth installment of the teen witch series, Alex returns to her hometown in Montana to rescue her best bud from a bad decision and to confront her father.

Dead Wrong takes us back to Crow Creek, Montana where spunky and punky Alex grew up. She and Cam have come on a mission to save Alex’s best bud, Evan. Not to mention deal with her dad, who is trying to gain custody of her.

Naturally, they find a lot more trouble than what they bargained for. Thantos and Fredo have been skulking around an
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Tiffany Spencer
Feb 13, 2016 rated it it was ok
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PLOT: After being a sorry behind deadbeat Dad for years and walking out on Sarah and Alex, Isaac Fielding decides he finally wants his peace of the pie now that Alex has been moving on up and is adjusting to being the newest member of the Barnes family. Meanwhile, Camryn has been receiving visions that Evan might just be in trouble. So the twins head to Montana to search out answers.

MY THOUGHTS: This was one of my least favorite books in the series. On first read, I couldn't figure out
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Frank
Feb 24, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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
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Teen me: 5 stars
Adult me: 5 stars

*For the first book in a "child/teen/middlegrade/nostalgic" book, I am going with the rating younger me would have gone with, then if I read on in the series, I will rate the books what adult me believes it should be rated. If the book is a stand alone, I will go with whatever rating I feel most comfortable giving the book. Please note, I do not really think books should have an age limit. People should read what they want to regardless of the intended age group,
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Drucilla
Oct 15, 2011 rated it it was ok
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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
Sarah Crawford
Jan 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
In this fourth novel of the series, Cam and Alex go to Montana to investigate Alex's father, who is trying to adopt her. As usual, wherever the girls are, trouble is sure to follow.

In this case, Thantos is not actually directly involved; rather, Fredo is. In addition, there's a plot to set the local school on fire, whether or not kids are inside. There's also various little tidbits of the girl's history that they are able to learn, a still-somewhat sick Karsh, a still sort of nasty Ileana, a ve
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Nikki
Oct 25, 2009 rated it really liked it
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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!
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