Book Reviews of Twins

Twins
Twins
Author: Caroline B. Cooney
ISBN-13: 9780590474788
ISBN-10: 0590474782
Publication Date: 7/1/1997
Pages: 192
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.
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2.8 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Mary Lee and Madrigal are identical twins, exactly alike in every way. Mirror images. Two halves of one whole. Or so it appears. Until they are separated, leaving Mary Lee lost and alone. And Madrigal more beautiful, more popular, and happier than ever...with a boy who loves her. Mary Lee wishes she could live her sister's life. But when her wish comes true, Mary Lee is horrified to find out that Madrigal was not the person she seemd to be.
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Helpful Score: 2
loved it
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Helpful Score: 1
My daughter really liked this book - she read it in 1 day!
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Crazy good book! Found myself trying to hold out so I didn't read it in one day. Absolutely NOT the typical evil twin book and I have read a lot of those type of books. Author has a excellent way with words and how evil the twin is was very surprising. The things she had been doing was out the box!
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Yet another Good Twin vs. Bad Twin book, an idea that's been overdone. I didn't find this book very well written. Some things 'conveniently' fell into place to suit the author's needs, and it made the story that much more unbelievable. I'd recommend it if you need something to read on a dull afternoon. Definitely a quick read.
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Mary Lee and Madrigal are identical twins, exactly alike in every way. Mirror images. Two halves of one whole. Or so it seems. Until they are separated, leaving Mary Lee lost and lonely. And Madrigal more beautiful, more popular, and happier than ever...with a boy who loves her. Mary Lee wishes she could live her sister's life. And then she gets her wish. But with it comes a sickening discovery. Mary Lee and Madrigal were not alike. No, they were very, very different...