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by Judy Waite

  • ISBN: 0689870159
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Judy Waite
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Atheneum (August 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1206 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1175 kb
  • Other: docx lrf txt lit
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 322


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The struggles of several young people who confront family problems, emotional problems, unrequited love, mystery, and violence, is told from the viewpoint of Matt, who is known for his unusual behavior but who has unusual gifts, and Erin, who tries to use her proficiency with magic to attract Matt.

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Mitch Cullin's engrossing A Slight Trick of the Mind is an original portrait of literature's most beloved detective . He then retreated into the library, where he sat quietly, glad to be surrounded by his books and the familiarity of home

Mitch Cullin's engrossing A Slight Trick of the Mind is an original portrait of literature's most beloved detective, Sherlock Holmes, in the twilight of his illustrious life. Holmes-"a genius in whom scientific curiosity is raised to the status of heroic passion"-is famous for his powers of deduction. He then retreated into the library, where he sat quietly, glad to be surrounded by his books and the familiarity of home. For almost two months, he had been away, traveling by military train across India, by Royal Navy ship to Australia, and then finally setting foot on the occupied shores of postwar Japan.

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Wanting to make Matt fall for her, Erin teaches him magic to lure him away from his interest in Kirsty, but when Kirsty is found dead and Erin realizes that Matt is to blame, Erin must put aside her feelings and make the right decision in order to see that there is justice for Kirsty. Reprint.


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Erin, a shy, reserved girl without an easy home life, has one talent working for her: she is an amazing magician. When demonstrating her talents to a group of students, one boy, Matt, is intrigued, and asks to see more. What started for him as an innocent interest in card tricks quickly turns into, on Erin's part, an infatuation with him. Of of pity, Matt treats her with kindness, but Erin can not see the obvious: that he already likes someone else. When a girl turns up dead and the blame is pinned on Matt, who coincidentally ran away at the same time, Erin, finally realizing that it was never anything but friendship he had in mind, betrays him utterly. Events spiral out of control until the final, very climatic, ending.

This book, in my opinion, was neither enjoyable nor well written. Characters invoked little but stale pity, and Erin's infatuation with Matt at times reached almost sickening proportions. Matt has several issues going on in his own life that are never clearly explained, and the plot does not get very interesting until the end. Character development and realism is minimal, and the book just isn't enjoyable.
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...I didn't really care for it.

Here are my reasons:

a)the ending is unsatisfying(I know, spelled wrong)

b)a little too fast paced, everything is rushed.

c)Waite didn't really show me the way of a wallpapers mind, there are a couple of points where she could go further