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    I Want to be a Conductoid!

    Just finished this book and thought it was brilliant. Very, very funny with great plot twists and action. I loved how the author tells us that anyone can be a hero. I actually wanted to read Conductoid over the school lunch break, which is really saying something.
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    Conductoid Captivates

    A deliciously, brilliant child fantasy that was a pleasure to read. So original, and extremely funny.
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    Just Plain Fun!

    Once in a while you just want to read a book that's fun. After much nagging from my daughter, Conductoid came into my hands. And, that's what the book is: Smart, engaging and fun, fun, fun.
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    A Toast to Conductoid

    In an era of wizards, zombies and dragons, I found it refreshing to enter a different world of a daydreaming boy and his gifted twin sister. A cross between Katniss Everdeen and Anne of Green Gables, Phoebe was my daughters favorite. Funny, warm and highly imaginative, M.B, Lehane's novel has appeal well beyond a middle school audience.
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    The Difference is but Two Small Letters.

    Gee, where do I start? First and foremost, I loved this book. Conductoid has some similarity to Harry Potter and Percy Jackson - a troubled boy with special powers in a world that doesn't understand him. However, within those plot standards, the author uses wit and humour to power the story. A laugh is never far away as you are propelled through Jack and Phoebes' adventures. M.B. Lehane obviously believes nothing is impossible, and by the end of Conductoid, he brings you around.
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