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Randi Reisfeld
I'm an author of tween and YA books, reader, writer, advice-giver, TV addict, dog person, friend and family lover--basically, someone who'd rather sit and write, email, text, play Words With Friends incessantly--pretty much anything but exercise. My newest for-Kindle books include the popular... show more



I'm an author of tween and YA books, reader, writer, advice-giver, TV addict, dog person, friend and family lover--basically, someone who'd rather sit and write, email, text, play Words With Friends incessantly--pretty much anything but exercise. My newest for-Kindle books include the popular T*Witches series -- about teen twin witches separated a birth, and what happens when they finally meet. Check 'em out! Find out lots more on my website, www.randireisfeld.com

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FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it 2 years ago
For more reviews, check out my blog Craft-CycleI found this book in the Little Free Lending Library. I watched a few episodes of the show when I was younger, so I thought I'd pick it up for a quick read.It was an okay book. It is actually based on two different episodes of Zoey 101, which is a littl...
eshchory
eshchory rated it 10 years ago
This is pretty decent middle-grade fiction. The story was not particularly original but it was well plotted with no gaping plot-holes or contrived coincidences.The writing style was in good English but a little uninspired though my favourite quote was:"If he were any dumber, he'd have to be watered ...
Garden-of-Stars
Garden-of-Stars rated it 10 years ago
It was the cover that got me interested in picking up the book, and after reading the back I considered this a good summer read.I think it was even more than that. The book was very enjoyable and very much like any classical chic-lite book that I had picked up before. Of the two girls and their stor...
Meledstic
Meledstic rated it 11 years ago
I loved this nostalgic look at 16 magazine and all the teen idols it produced thru the decades. I was a 16 junkie starting with the days of the Monkees and continuing thru Bobby Sherman, David Cassidy & the Osmond Brothers.
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books
Another of the "instant paperbacks" that appeared in February, 1994, written by a self-described "big, if recent, fan of figure skating". One can nitpick the occasional silly mistake, but it's not too badly written for what it is.
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