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Shift by Jennifer Bradbury
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  • Published in USA  May 2008
    256 pages
    Genre: Novels

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Jacob (10/26/10)

Shift by Jennifer Bradbury
It was an awesome book!!! I never was able to put it down until the end. You should read it too!
Jake (10/14/10)

Shift
I'm about 60 pages into the book so far. I'm in high school so its easily relate-able. I like how the book is going, Although a friend gave away the ending because apparently the ending is obvious with no twists. A little disappointing but still worth reading till the end I think.
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