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Justice and Her Brothers
June 1992 by Peter Smith Pub Inc .
Written in English
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Out of 5 stars Justice and her nding. Reviewed in the United States on Janu This is an excelent book,after a while you get sucked into another world where Justice,Thomas and Levi after a while you might get lost in the strange plot/5(5).
Justice and her brothers begin to learn about their psychic powers. The book is annoyingly vague and undescriptive about what they It started off as a cute tale about a girl trying to keep up with her older brother as they plan out the Great Snake Race/5.
Justice, with the clandestine aid of next door neighbors who are psychic "chaperones," learns about her abilities and tries to mitigate the deliberate malice inflicted upon her and Levi by Thomas. A short, easy book to read, the first of a trilogy that really needs to 4/5(5).
The Justice Trilogy includes: Justice and Her Brothers: For Justice and her identical twin brothers Levi and Thomas, the summer begins like any other. But as the slow days pass, Justice begins to notice a strange energy between her Four young people must master their powers in order to escape from a barren, dangerous land in these three novels /5.
Get this from a library. Justice and her brothers. [Virginia Hamilton] -- An year-old and her older twin brothers struggle to understand their supersensory powers. In the end, the four special children--Justice, her brothers, and Dorian--sit with clasped hands as Justice explains, by mind-tracing, that "we four are the first unit," presaging a future in which everyone must be so joined.
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Justice and Her Brothers is an engrossing, challenging novel. It presents a picture of the world as it may become – indeed, as it may already be.
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