Perfect Revenge

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Orca Book Publishers, Apr 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Lizzie Lane is used to life at the top of the food chain. Her near-perfect life is ruined when Rachel, a girl she socially destroyed, exacts her revenge by getting Lizzie in trouble for cheating on a test. Friendless and facing detention, Lizzie obsesses over finding the perfect revenge. When Stella, Lizzie's strange new neighbor, teaches Lizzie about magick, Lizzie can't resist creating a revenge spell. But she forgets the "rule of three," that whatever spell you cast comes back on you three-fold, and her zit spell backfires with dramatic results. When she asks for help from Stella's Baba, the only advice she gets is to "write the lesson of the zit on her heart." Can Lizzie find a way to teach Rachel a lesson without causing permanent disfigurement to herself?

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Perfect Revenge
Perfect Revenge is a vary nice book to read.Because it's is about a girl named Lizzie who likes a guy and her feriend named
rachal does too. Then lizzie does spell on rachal so the guy namaed kyle wont like her.This book is a very good book and i really would recamend this book to a feriend.And Ireally would recamend
this book to a boy amd a girl in middle school to teach them how bad is to fight over a boy or a girl.
 

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About the author (2009)

K.L. Denman was born in Calgary, Alberta, and spent her childhood in a house one street away from the open prairie. When she was 11, her family moved to Delta, British Columbia, and she got to know life on the coast: tides, clam digging, rain gear, green grass year-round and enormous trees. It was there that Kim and her sisters got their first pony. She continued to live near Vancouver for many years while finishing school, attending college, and eventually getting married and starting a family. She always loved writing and when her teen children and their friends provided inspiration and re-kindled memories of this challenging passage, writing for teens became an irresistible venture.

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