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Twins by Caroline Cooney

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AuthorCaroline Cooney
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Submitted by Anonymous 
(Apr 04, 2003)

I think the book Twins was good. The beginning of the book was kind of slow for me but as soon as things started to "heat up" a bit I got more into it. I think that the Twin that ================= SPOILER =================

lived should have gotten into her sister's life a little more before she told who she really was, but other than that I enjoyed reading it.

Submitted by Anonymous 
(Apr 04, 2003)

I really liked the book. I think it was kind of boring in the beginning of the book. After things started to happen I got into the book. It would have been better if Mary Lee got to know more about Madgrigal before she told who she really was.

Submitted by Anonymous 
(Apr 04, 2003)

There are two identical twins, Mary Lee and Madrigal. They have lived together for 17 years until their parents separate them. Mary Lee is sent off to boarding school where she is very lonely and doesnt have any friends, while Madrigal stays at home. Madrigal goes to visit Mary Lee. They decide to go skiing. Madrigal is getting all the attention from the girls at Mary Lee's School, so they decide to swap ski suits. Madrigal is killed when the ski lift wire breaks and everyone thinks it was Mary Lee. Mary Lee then goes back home where she assumes the life of her sister. She finds out lots of terrible things about her sisters life. Mary Lee also finds out that he weekend Madrigal came to visit was supposed to be when Madrigal killed her. Finally Mary Lee can bear it no more and breaks her cover only to find out her parents already knew.

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