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True Talents Talents #2L found out about their special hidden talents Trash can move things with his mind Torchie is a fire starter Cheater reads minds Lucky finds lost objects Flinch can predict the future True Talents eBook and Martin can see into people’s souls Now back home with their families all the boys want to do is get back to their normal lives start attending high school and keep in touch with th.

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review True Talents Talents #2 103 » ❴Reading❵ ➻ True Talents Talents #2 Author David Lubar – Tushna-hram.ru It’s been over a year since fourteen year old Eddie “Trash” Thalmeyer and his friends from Edgeview Alternative School found out about their special hidden talents Trash can move things with his It’s been over a yeReading True Talents Talents #2 Author David Lubar Tushna hram.ru It’s been over a year since fourteen year old Eddie “Trash” Thalmeyer and his friends from Edgeview Alternative School found out about their special hidden talents Trash can move things with his It’s been over a year since fourteen year old Eddie “Trash” Thalmeyer and his friends from Edgeview Alternative Schoo.

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Eir friends from Edgeview When Trash tests his power in a bank and accidentally steals a fistful of cash he is kidnapped by the ruthless leader of a shadowy company whose purpose is to gather information about psychic phenomena—and who is willing to do anything to get it Torchie Cheater Lucky Flinch and Martin join forces to rescue their friend using their hidden talents and discover their true talents in the process.

review True Talents Talents #2 103 Hidden Talents an ALA Best Book for Young Adults Thousands of kids and educators across the country have voted Hidden Talents onto over twenty state lists David is also the author of.

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  • Cheryl

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2Imo a worthy seuel Maybe not as full of earnestly explored Moral Themes good messages as the first but thrilling And the boys still have all their own personalities their own true talents besides their psi abilities And they have their friendship And they have cause to encounter moral dilemmas and make choices So yeah all the good stuff that teachers liked in the first is here but the adventure story mystery takes precedence


  • Kimberly Ho

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2This seuel was unnecessary


  • Claudia

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2I didn't read the first book HIDDEN TALENTS but I caught on uickly that these six boys Trash Cheater Torchie Lucky and Martin have powers that complicate their lives and put them in danger Eddie Trash finds himself in some kind of horrible nightmare where his abilities are being tested against his will Come to find out an evil opportunist is trying to harness the boys' talents for his own ugly purposes We see Bowlder as a perfect antagonist with ample resources to destroy the boys' familiesI like how Lubar uses the symbolism of 'talents' to show the bond between these outcast boys who just want to live nor


  • Luong Tran

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2After reading this book I realized my own true talent was making people around me avoid me instead of the cool move things with my mind thing Pretty good book Would have been even better if I started on the first book in the series instead of blindly picking a book from my school library out of boredom


  • Tyler Blasi

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2The book I read was True Talents The seuel continues from the first book Hidden Talents the story of the six psychic teens who became friends at Edgeview A year has passed since Trash learned he has telekinetic powers and his friends found their skills too Cheater reads min


  • Avi K

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2I enjoy how every page is different One page is suspenseful then the next could be funny each page varies Other than it being about a few kids with hidden talents they learn about them throughout the story Trash Eddie was caught using his power and a evil group kidnapped him to find out about it His friends team up later on to help him His friends have hidden powers too the thing that makes it interesting is that they all have different talents and they all learn to use them differently I disliked that every chapter was about a different character because it wouldn't always say who it was about so you would have to assume from what you're reading to know who it is about While I was reading the story it was hard to believe that it wasn't about actual people because they seem so realistic They are just kids trying to live normal liv


  • MizziQ

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2I absulutely adored the first one Hidden Talents but this one was seriously lacking Their point of views for the stories changed too much and the plot was unbelievable than kids with supernatural powers I think for some insight on what happened after they left the school it is good to read It gives you a little closure However this story just did not pull me in like I had hoped I really hope Lubar writes another one like he hinted in the AUTHOR'S NOTE


  • T Berry

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2My reading this was a long time coming As I said in my recent review of Hidden Talents I read that book in my youth and something probably several somethings about it resonated with me It's high on my list of favorite booksBut it also told a complete story by itself and I don't know if I ever thought I wanted a seuel for it But I'm sure at some point even if I did I just didn't think it would happen So imagine my surprise when I found out that there was a seuel Unfortunately upon finding out about it I also saw reviews that wereunfavorable towards it And so I think for a while I just kinda let sleeping dogs lie for one reason or another Maybe I was worried it would mar my memory of the first book or something I'm not sure Fast forward a few years and I found a copy and decided to read it for myself see if it was as off as I had heardSpoi


  • Ethan Chan

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2The book is about a boy who has something special about him and his friends One day he finds himself alone in a room which looks like solitary confinement After regaining parts of his memory he sets out to escape this nightmare and find his friends before it finds themWhat I liked about this book was the uniue personality the author gave the characters The way he wrote in character made each protagonist so different from each other I always feel like I'm there in the background watching each scene happen when I read the book and the choice of words he uses only makes it even better to pictureHowever what I did find disappointing was that sometimes the chapters were too shorter than other chapters For example one of the chapters showcased a new character and gave the setting of where and who he was And that was pretty much it Then it moved to the next chapter But if you're still a fan of the fiction genre I would recommend it since it is a fiction book and has very inter


  • Hephzibah

    review True Talents Talents #2 103 True Talents Talents #2A wildfunny Aderaline pumping book Loved to see all our six boys together again Martin likes a girl 👀 that was weird to read Flinch acting cool Trash being all grown upTorchie cross dressing