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Margaret Peterson Haddix

Redeemed

Margaret Peterson Haddix Redeemed
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Series:

The Missing

Excerpt from book:

Redeemed

ONE


When Jordan Skidmore came down the stairs that morning, he didn’t expect to see a strange kid sitting in his family’s living room.

He really didn’t expect to see a strange kid who looked exactly like Jordan himself.

Jordan instantly forgot that he’d been running downstairs to tell his sister, Katherine, that he had dibs on the biggest TV in the house. He forgot that, until a moment earlier, he’d been happy to be staying home sick from school, and to have nothing ahead of him all day except taking it easy.

He skidded to a stop on the wooden floor. “Who—who are you?” he blurted.

It felt like a stupid question. Jordan might as well have skipped ahead to What evil scientist stole my DNA and secretly cloned me? That was how much he and the other kid looked alike. The other kid had Jordan’s exact same shade of light brown hair, the exact same shape and shade of dark blue eyes, even the exact same stupid chin dimple, positioned just enough off center to make his whole face look slightly askew.

No, wait—that kid’s dimple is a little to the right, and mine’s a little to the left, Jordan thought.

Which meant that looking at this kid was like looking into a mirror. Only this was a mirror image that could sit while Jordan was standing; he could shove back his messy hair while Jordan let both arms dangle uselessly—and he could raise his eyebrows and blink even as Jordan felt his own face stuck in a mask of shocked astonishment.

And it was a mirror image that could wear totally different clothes. Jordan had on a basketball camp T-shirt and gray sweatpants. This kid was wearing the nerdiest clothes ever: a sweater vest and short pants that buttoned at his knees and the same kind of stiff, ugly shoes Jordan’s dad wore to work.

Jordan also noticed that this mirror-image kid didn’t answer. But Katherine did. For the first time Jordan realized that his sister was sprawled on the floor by the other kid’s feet.

“Jordan, Jonah—the two of you have got to stop acting like the other one doesn’t exist!” she said.

Huh? Jordan thought.

Katherine was Jordan’s younger sister, eleven years old to Jordan’s thirteen. Still, she usually acted like it was her job to boss him around. Usually Jordan just ignored her. But what was she even talking about now?

“You’re exactly alike!” Katherine went on lecturing him. And . . . was she lecturing the other boy too? Did she know who he was and why he looked so much like Jordan? “You’re practically the same person! That’s why you’re not getting along!”

Jordan got the “exactly alike” part. But the rest of it made no sense. How could he and this other kid have ever gotten along or not gotten along—or acted like the other person did or did not exist—when they’d never seen each other before in their lives?

Jordan saw something like understanding slide over the other boy’s face. Did he know what Katherine meant?

Is this just some really, really good prank? Jordan wondered. And the other boy’s in on it?

The truth was, Jordan was more likely to try to prank Katherine than the other way around. And even if this was a Katherine prank, how could she have made someone look so much like Jordan? Even the best Hollywood makeup artist couldn’t do that, not even with makeup and a prosthetic nose and chin.

This kid wasn’t wearing makeup. His nose and chin looked as real as the nose and chin on Jordan&Jonah’s new twin must time travel and face off against his siblings’ worst enemy in order to save the future—and his family—in the eighth and final book of the New York Times bestselling The Missing series, which Kirkus Reviews calls “plenty of fun and great for history teachers as well.”

After traveling through history multiple times and finding out his original identity, Jonah thought he’d fixed everything. But some of his actions left unexpected consequences. His parents—and many other adults—are still stuck as teenagers. And now Jonah has a new sibling, an identical twin brother named Jordan.

As odd as all this is for Jonah, it’s beyond confusing for Jordan. How does everyone in his family have memories of Jonah when he doesn’t? How can his annoying kid sister Katherine speak so expertly about time travel—and have people from the future treating her with respect? A few rash moves by Jordan send them all into the future—and into danger. What if he’s also the only one who can get them back to safety, once and for all?

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