Hardcover, 352 pages
Expected publication: September 29th 2015 by Scholastic Press
Isabelle and Giselle are twins. Their closeness, their intimacy, started in their mother’s womb where they grew holding hands. Though they have different interests and separate sets of friends, they are the closest to each other. More than sisters, they are two halves to one soul. Until there is an accident and one of them does not make it and the other has to figure out how to survive without the other, how to be whole when one half of her is missing, how to untwine.
(*snerk* I’m really proud of that last one. In my defense, it is 1 a.m.)
Anyway, so Untwine is not about unicorns and rainbows. The characters deal with heavy things like death and grief. I liked the novel (even though it really is not my usual thing) but I do have…
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