Violet Eyes by Nicole Luiken

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"I'm the Idea Girl, the one who can always think of something to do."
Angel Eastland knows she's different. It's not just her violet eyes that set her apart. She's smarter than her classmates and more athletically gifted. Her only real competition is Michael Vallant, who also has violet eyes -- eyes that tell her they're connected, in a way she can't figure out.
Michael understands Angel. He knows her dreams, her nightmares, and her most secret fears. Together they begin to realize that nothing around them is what it seems. Someone is watching them, night and day. They have just one desperate chance to escape, one chance to find their true destiny, but their enemies are powerful -- and will do anything to stop them.

About Nicole Luiken

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Nicole Luiken grew up on a farm in northern Alberta--way, way North. She wrote her first book at age thirteen and was published while in high school. The author of eight YA novels, she has recently branched out into fantasy romance. She lives in Edmonton with her husband and three children. It is physically impossible for her to go more than three days in a row without writing.
Published February 1, 2001 by Gallery Books. 256 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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(Another clever touch: the names of the Renaissance babies connect [Mike + Angel = Michelangelo].) Chinchaga is an elaborate Historical Immersion class made to resemble life in 1987, and Angel and Mike seem to be the only two who have never seen life outside.

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