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ISBN:0553245244
Author: Francine Pascal
ISBN13: 978-0553245240
Title: KIDNAPPED! # 13 (Sweet Valley High)
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Publisher: Bantam (October 1, 1984)

KIDNAPPED! # 13 (Sweet Valley High) by Francine Pascal



This book was nothing special. The book I read, Kidnapped from the sweet valley high book series, was a very good and interesting read. I absolutely wouldn’t stop reading even for a second. I really found the plot to be interesting and it kept my attention which not very many books have done. There were some parts that could have been better, but all books can’t be perfect. The ending was good and solid, how she was eventually found and her kidnapper was arrested. I was very impressed on how intense it got when her sister The book I read, Kidnapped from the sweet valley high book series, was a very good and interesting.

Kidnapped! (1984) (Book 13 in the Sweet Valley High series) A novel by Francine Pascal. October 1984 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

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Written by. Manufacturer: Bantam Books Release date: 1 October 1984 ISBN-10 : 0553266195 ISBN-13: 9780553266191.

Are you sure you want to remove KIDNAPPED! 13 (Sweet Valley High (Numbered Paperback)) from your list? KIDNAPPED! 13 (Sweet Valley High (Numbered Paperback)). Published October 1, 1984 by Bantam About the Book. Elizabeth Wakefield never imagined that her evening of volunteer work at Sweet Valley's hospital would turn into the most horrifying night of her life. But when a strong hand clamps a chloroformed rag over her mouth and she is pulled from her car, Elizabeth's hellish ordeal begins. When she regains consciousness, Elizabeth finds herself tied to a chair in an isolated shack.

Three years after the events of Sweet Valley Confidential, Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are back in Sweet Valley and inseparable once more. Amy's True Love (Sweet Valley High Book 75). When glamorous, sophisticated Suzanne Devlin visits Sweet Valley from New York City, the Wakefield twins couldn't be more excited. For two weeks, Elizabeth will show Suzanne around town while Jessica will have the time of her life in New York. Suzanne is perfect: beautiful, friend, and not the least bit stuck up.

Sweet Valley High Slam Book (October 1988) This was a special diary-style slam book like that mentioned in book 48. Playing for Keeps (October 1988). Out of Reach (November 1988). Jessica the Genius (September 1995). College Weekend (October 1995). To Catch a Thief (August 1997). Happily Ever After (September 1997).

Francine Pascal, the creator of the enormously successful teen tales franchise, explains how she's gone about following her heroines into adulthood. Pascal "created every character" in the books, she says, and "wrote every single story of every single book of the Sweet Valley High stories", and then "with the help of others got the books done". She would "work very closely with the writers. People who weren't able to stay within the lines weren't right for i.

Francine Pascal (née Rubin, born May 13, 1938) is an American author best known for creating the Sweet Valley series of young adult novels. Sweet Valley High was the backbone of the collection, and was made into a popular television series. There were also several spin-offs, including The Unicorn Club and Sweet Valley University.

PAPERBACK
Reviews: 7
Agagamand
I bought these books every month with Sweet Dreams - loved them all!
Jusari
One of my favorites of the series! Great book!
Ttyr
A classic storyline with the most memorable characters involved. SVH #13, "Kidnapped!" has composed within it substance, thrills, and drama--all of the key elements necessary to make this into one of the most desired and most-renowned SVH book in the series!

Of course the abduction occurs in the previous book, SVH #12, "When Love Dies," Elizabeth Wakefield encounters a terrifying reality when Carl, an orderly from the hospital, whom she is bearly acquanted with, holds her prisoner in his isolated shack. The drama unfolds as Elizabeth tries to understand from this man why she has been taken and what his purpose with her really is: what does he want from her? What is he planning on doing to her once he gets what he wants? Elizabeth is filled with anger, pity, but most of all fear. In talking with Carl, it's understood that he has no intention of letting her go and that it is up to her to find a way to get away from him before it is too late.

The setup of the book was amazing. The "chapter shift" from Elizabeth to Jessica was a great buildup and added great suspense for the reader. A truly novel concept, one that allows the reader to follow along with the storyline and hang in there for the climax of the story.

A couple of noted flaws to point out: 1.) Of course it is ridiculous to believe that the police would automatically give up their initial search of a minor so easily as after a day or two. Elizabeth running away? Come on! It doesn't fit her character, and any detective, who did victimology on the victim, in this case, "sensitive, down-to-earth" Elizabeth Wakefield would never fit the profile of a classic runaway. 2.) Having the people closest to Elizabeth find her in her third day of captivity? Wow. We need detectives like that were I live.

Other than that, a true classic that any SV fan would appreciate. 5 stars regardless of criticism.
Wrathshaper
I have to say Elizabeth Wakefield is a lucky girl. While other kidnap victims are tortured and mutilated, see I Know Who Killed Me, Elizabeth's abductor just wants to fondle her hair and feed her pancakes!
Liz has been kidnapped because Jessica would rather go to a party then care about her sister (again!)
Max Dellon is accused of having something to do with this heinous crime by the mind-bogglingly incompetent SVPD.
It's never explained why they would think Liz would run away or why they gave up so fast looking for her.
Oh, wait...it's because they give law a bad name!
This is a classic SVH book, meaning the plot is ridiculous, Jessica is sociopathic, and the sun is shining in Sweet Valley, California.
Dianalmeena
I'm falling in love with these books all over again!! Thanks for helping me relive my teenage years! Please put all of the books up here.
VAZGINO
I lost this book a long time ago but I'll try to write a good review. This book was great. Elizabeth gets kidnapped!!! Eliazbeth is volunterring at the hopsital when she meets a man. A man that becomes upseesed with her. Not even knowing her a day he's in love with her. It was very good and exciting. I would recomnd this to all Sweet Valley fans.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
It was really good and romancey ( excuse my puns ) But in that one scene where jessica was wearing " A skimpy NOTHING of a bikini" eh, Otherwise really good! :)
I love Sweet Valley High!