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Twintution: Double Dare

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Cassie and Caitlyn are twins. Not just ordinary 12-year-old kids: These two girls have the ability to see the future.

This may sound awesome, but actually, it’s really scary.

When Cassie or Caitlyn touch another person, they see a vision. When their grandmother, (who they hadn’t seen before,)  hears about their ability, she comes over to help the twins.

Cassie and Caitlyn have to be careful not to reveal their powers. Wizards go about, waiting for something special to happen.

Afterwards, school starts. When a group of boys start a game of Truth or Dare, the whole school plays along. Caitlyn gets picked to play along.

She is blindfolded and has to guess who people are. When she touches Emily, she sees a vision. Emily is in an ambulance and people are screaming. Later, during social studies, their teacher, Ms. Anderson suspects something special about the twins. She starts to think the girls can see things, unlike others.

Now the twins have to be extra careful. As they get more evidence about Emily’s accident, the twins realize they have to save her, before Ms. Anderson realizes who they are.

This book is really adventurous, funny, and hysterical. I recommend this book from ages 8 and up.

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6 Responses to “Twintution: Double Dare”

  1. Andy Huang on November 8th, 2017 9:01 am

    Nice review! I like it how you give a lot of details but not too much details. Also, I like it how you stop the review at the point where things get really exciting . Now I really want to read that book! 🙂

  2. Chelsea Fraser on November 8th, 2017 9:20 am

    Twintution Double Dare seems like a phenomenal book. The authors of this series are outstanding . Thank you for providing a wonderful review on this book. You explained this story so well you made me interested in reading this book myself. 🙂

  3. Bahrija Radoncic on November 15th, 2017 9:37 am

    This sounds like an amazing book, Asha! I think it is really cool that Cassie and Caitlyn can see a vision when they touch someone. I will try to read it as soon as possible!

  4. Brandon Flores on November 17th, 2017 10:33 am

    This is one amazing book! I hope Cassie and Caitlyn can save Emily! This book sounds very interesting and awesome and i hope i can one day read this book! (:

  5. Gabriella Badolato on November 17th, 2017 10:37 am

    I’m so interested in what’s going to happen next. I seriously want to read this book. I cannot believe that they can see the future. How in the world did the teacher figure that out? I feel like I want to read more of it. I just really hope that they can stop Emily’s accident. Thanks for sharing. (:

  6. Elijah Rivette on November 17th, 2017 2:02 pm

    This came out three days after my birthday

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