Being of Two Minds

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Random House, Oct 24, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
7 Reviews
Connie Hendricks was a typical American teen except for her dizzy spells, when she would pass out. When this happened, she entered the mind and soul of Prince Rudolph, the fourteen-year-old heir apparent of Thulgaria, a small European country. Prince Rudolph had spells too, when he entered Connie's mind and life. Everything was just fine, and their "trick" was their special secret -- until Rudolph was kidnapped while Connie was inside his mind . . .

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User Review  - Swankivy - Goodreads

This book's premise is a little bizarre, and I didn't really mind that it was never explained "how" or "why." (Main character Connie has fairly predictable blackouts in which her consciousness enters ... Read full review

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User Review  - Stephano Renae - Goodreads

Good book, but short. I really enjoyed the way she made the characters fit so well together... --JoeyStephano Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
6
Section 3
19
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Pamela Service grew up in Berkeley, California, and spent three years in England studying archaeology. She, her husband, Bob, and their daughter, Alex, lived for years in Bloomington, Indiana, where she worked as a museum curator, served on the City Council, and wrote. Now back in California, she has published over 20 children's books, works as a museum director in Eureka, acts in community theater, and is still writing.

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