Double Identity by Margaret Petterson Haddix

Posted February 21st, 2011 by Alyx

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The book “Double Identity” Is about a young 12 year old girl named bethany. Her parents start to act up when her thirteenth birthday comes along. A couple days before Bethanys birthday her dad comes and shoves the whole family in the car and starts driving. Bethany starts to get worried. Her parents drop her off at her aunts house, that she hasn’t met before. And then they leave her. All bethany keeps hearing from everyone is “Elizabeth”. Soon bethany starts to discover the secrets her family has been hiding from her. I personally thought the book was a little bit to slow for me. Half way through the book the author started to confuse me. I didn’t know what was going on half the time. I can realate to Bethany, Not knowing whats happening around her. I encourage people to read this story. Its gets better and better towards the end.

Alyx

Hi, i'm alyxandria. Im 14, I love to read, especially during my free time. In fact I got my name from a book. Velvet Song By Jude Deveraux. I Love to write my own little stories, i like to draw, and i love to make new friends. Im currently trying to write a book about fallen angels. Its going to be hard, but im going to give it a try!

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3 Responses to “Double Identity by Margaret Petterson Haddix”

  1. Clarissa

    I love this book. I would say that you should add some higher age ranges though because older kids might like it too.

  2. Rose

    Your review was pretty good but I’m sorry you didn’t understand the book towards the middle. The middle is the best part. :o (

  3. books

    what does bethany give in the book?
    tell me Plzzzzzzzzz!!!

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