Being of Two Minds

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Being of Two Minds

Being of Two Minds By Pamela F. Service Being of Two Minds 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 appare

  • Title: Being of Two Minds
  • Author: Pamela F. Service
  • ISBN: 9780345467584
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • Being of Two Minds By Pamela F. Service 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 speciaConnie 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 .From the Paperback edition.
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    1. Azar on said:

      Another Service favorite and one of the few of hers I managed to get my hands on when it first came out It has since fallen out of print like many others The premise sounds like standard science fiction fare Connie is an American teenager, Rudy is the heir apparent to a tiny European kingdom, and they ve been psychically linked ever since they can remember That link comes in handy when Rudy s position puts him in danger But one of my favorite things about this book is that the psychic bond betwe [...]

    2. Kim Coleman on said:

      Connie is a fourteen year old girl who experiences episodes she will pass out for a couple hours and her mind will connect with a fourteen year old prince living halfway around the world for their whole life, they ve been experiencing this, going back and forth between each others minds but when Prince Rudy is kidnapped, its up to Connie to save him little by little she puts the pieces together from what she sees from his mind.i really enjoyed this book it was very fun and excited but also very [...]

    3. Cinco on said:

      A very simple, uncomplicated YA story about telepathy sort of I read this for the first time when I was about thirteen I found the total lack of romance refreshing, and I enjoyed the American main character s travels in Europe.

    4. Aelvana on said:

      Connie and Rudy are two teenagers on opposite ends of the globe, but they ve been connected since birth Each one is prone to strange spells which leaves their mind inside the other s It s a condition both of their families would like to cure, but Connie and Rudy themselves don t want it to end But Rudy is a prince of a tiny country, and when politics intervene, their connection might be the only thing that can save him.One thing I really appreciate about older children s books like this is that [...]

    5. Alison Beechner on said:

      One of my fave books as a kid, I used to check it out from the library over and over.

    6. Julie Decker on said:

      Connie and Prince Rudolph have a curious connection Though they ve never met in person, they spend time in each other s heads Having been born at the exact same time, they ve had a lifelong experience of regularly scheduled blackouts in which they seem passed out in their everyday life but are actually conscious in the other person s head, looking out through their eyes though there is no exchange of thoughts These two kids grow up with this being part of life, and they learn about each other s [...]

    7. Swankivy on said:

      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 Prince Rudolph s mind across the ocean, where she s an observer for a short time before waking up again Rudolph has the same deal where he travels to her mind They ve lived with it since they can remember and have determined they were born at the same exact time Part of the story is just about how their u [...]

    8. Juniper Shore on said:

      This was one of my favorite books as a teenager, and I m sorry that it s so hard to find nowadays As another reviewer has noted, the lack of romance is a major relief For once, two teenagers can cooperate without the faintest hint of lovemaking in the air.The plot is implausible, but that s okay because the real story is in the characters their longstanding secret relationship, their attempts to meet in person, and finally their close teamwork to foil the villains It s a sweet book, with pleasan [...]

    9. Mary-Beth on said:

      Another tale by Service about an empathic link between two teens This time the characters are only far apart in space and social station rather than time An engaging read The author is fairly good at writing teenagers from what I recall or maybe she was only good at writing the sort of teenager I wished I was.

    10. Emily on said:

      Y all I was lying awake 2 nights ago and this book popped into my head because I remembered that the kidnapping in this book took place when Connie was chilling in Rudolph s mind while he was asleep And I made it my quest to find out the name of it, and Google helped me out I probably read this book in like 1997 Holllla for weird late night thoughts.

    11. Mindy on said:

      Just thought of this book today for some reason I loved it as an early teenager but haven t read it for many years so I can t really comment too much on how good it really is Interesting plot idea for sure.

    12. Magda on said:

      Read December 2011.Read November 1, 2007 I remember reading and re reading this book so many times It is similar in tone to Andre Norton s The Prince Commands, and they are both similar to Prisoner of Zenda.I just wish it were longer or had a sequel.

    13. Drucilla on said:

      Actual rating 3.5 stars A very interesting concept not written as well as it could have been The writing feels like a middle grade novel and yet the protagonists are teens They also act younger than their ages and their dialogue isn t really realistic at all.

    14. Timothy on said:

      For a book that s aimed at children, Being of Two Minds by Pamela F Service, does a fine job acting as a gateway to speculative fiction for young readers Even for those who ve long been a reader of the genre, would find this to be a easy and fun read.

    15. Uziah Mcdonlald on said:

      this is so cool i love this read in 2 days i might read again

    16. Autumn Renae on said:

      Good book, but short I really enjoyed the way she made the characters fit so well together JoeyStephano

    17. April on said:

      Saved it from the weeding pile, ended up weeding it anyway No great shakes.

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