(Download pdf) Twin Dangers (The Dario Quincy Academy of Dance)
Twin Dangers (The Dario Quincy Academy of Dance) Megan Atwood *Download PDF | ePub | DOC | audiobook | ebooks
#2954095 in Books 2013-08-01Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 7.93 x .32 x 4.80l, .28 #File Name: 1467714860112 pages | File size: 22.Mb Megan Atwood : Twin Dangers (The Dario Quincy Academy of Dance) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised Twin Dangers (The Dario Quincy Academy of Dance): 1 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Not bad.By Maria BeadnellNo real dancer would pick this up--yes, we CAN judge a book by its cover. The pointe shoes are just balanced on, not tied.I'm aware the author doesn't choose the cover art, but the publisher not taking dance customs seriously when it is supposed to be a dance series is a little off putting. Of course, that is a pretty good tip off--the book is more about the mystery at the Dario Quincy Academy than about dance. The ballet thing is just a hook for a competently written (not great) mystery. Death threats at a dance school, twins plotting against each other very usual stuff. Although the characters are said to "hook up" there is
nothing graphic, so the recommended age range of grades 6 and up is probably OK.At exactly 100 pages, it is long enough for your reluctant reader teens to do a book report. Emma knows that Sophie is dying for the chance to "dance a pas de deux" with her big crush, Trey. Twin sisters know everything about each other. So when Emma secretly hooks up with Trey herself, Sophie feels twice as betrayed. While Sophie might be upset, she's not angry enough to send her sister death threats. Even so, when menacing notes reach Emma, Sophie's the top suspect. Will Sophie clear her name and save her twin? Or will one of the Dario Quincy Academy's dark secrets destroy them both? About the AuthorMegan Atwood lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she teaches creative writing at a local college and the Loft Literary Center. She has an M.F.A. in writing for children and young adults.