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Incompatible Twins

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Lucy and Poppy are identical twins. They are in their twenties and live in London. Even though they look similar, their personalities are quite different, if not opposite. Poppy has been travelling the world after graduating, whilst Lucy has settled down, got a job and bought a lovely flat. The only thing missing in Lucy's life is romance. Poppy offers to help. After all, ...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published August 30th 2013 by Createspace
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Sep 10, 2013 Claudia rated it really liked it
Ho virtualmente conosciuto l'autrice in occasione della recensione al suo romanzo “A deal with a stranger”, (disponibile anche in italiano con il titolo “Un patto con una sconosciuta”) un romance with a twist, che mi era molto piaciuto nonostante io non sia una fan del genere romantico.

In realtà negli scritti di Martina il colore “rosa” non è mai l'unico leitmotiv e il suo vero talento è la capacità di creare dei personaggi con cui è possibile instaurare un rapporto empatico. Riflettendo mi sono
Rita Monticelli
Sep 11, 2013 Rita Monticelli rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Leggera e divertente

Due gemelle identiche ma opposte sono lo strumento con cui Martina Munzittu si diverte a esplorare il rapporto tra due donne, e ci riesce molto bene. Quello delle gemelle identiche che fanno di tutto per essere diverse è qualcosa di molto comune, ma la Munzittu va oltre, estremizzando questo concetto e proponendoci Lucy e Poppy, due ventenni londinesi, che forse anche a causa della giovane età, e dell’ingenuità che ne consegue, sembrano far
Riccardo Mainetti
Sep 21, 2013 Riccardo Mainetti rated it it was amazing
Lucy e Poppy sono due gemelle identiche. Identiche dal lato dell'aspetto fisico, tanto che, quando Lucy e Poppy erano bambine, la madre si divertiva a vestirle in maniera identica per divertirsi a creare confusione in coloro che le incontravano. Il divertimento della madre non era però ricambiato dalle due gemelle che, per reazione, hanno cominciato a diversificarsi, ad esempio nei gusti personali.
E così Lucy e Poppy, divenute adulte, pur restando somigliantissime, sono diametralmente opposte da
Giulia Beyman
Sep 12, 2013 Giulia Beyman rated it it was amazing
Le “Gemelle Incompatibili” di Martina Munzittu ci ricordano due diverse tipologie di donne, apparentemente opposte e inconciliabili.
Lucy è attenta a controllare che nella sua vita tutto vada alla perfezione: una bella casa, un buon lavoro, abiti eleganti e - possibilmente - nessuna sorpresa inaspettata ad alterare il corso degli eventi da lei stabilito. La sua gemella Poppy, rifugge invece come la peste tutto ciò che è scontato e prevedibile. Ama lo yoga, rispetta l'ambiente, è vegetariana, mang
Nov 16, 2013 Giovanni rated it it was amazing
Due gemelle, due modi diversi di porsi nei confronti della vita, due mondi completamente differenti, uno spaccato di vita in una Londra frenetica e che spesso non dà molte opportunità, ma che alla fine parla attraverso la vita di questi due personaggi che affrontando il quotidiano riescono a venirsi incontro e a trovare la loro collocazione in un mondo che si muove rapidissimo come le metropolitane che corrono sotto la città, come i pullman a due piani che attraversano la città più bella del ...more
Isabelle Hunt
Feb 13, 2014 Isabelle Hunt rated it it was amazing
I first saw this book on Goodreads giveaway and really wanted a copy, but unfortunately did not win it. Then a few days later, the author emailed me saying that it is available on her website! I got around to reading it now, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was just a cute story, with two sisters who seem to be opposite to each other but still care about each other in their own ways. It made me wish I had a twin sister as well!
Aug 02, 2014 Georgia rated it liked it
"Incompatible Twins" by Martina Munzittu is a tale of two sisters.

First sentence: "Toasted bacon sandwich, orange juice and a strong cup of coffee."


Lucy and Poppy Evans may be twins, but they couldn't be more different. Lucy is a successful real-estate agent, and a 'material girl', while Poppy is an artistic hippie who's just come home after travelling the world for 18 months. Now this odd couple are forced to share Lucy's flat and tensions run high.


Both sisters believe they are lookin
Stefania Mattana
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What if a freaky young woman tries to find the perfect partner for her severe sister? And what if those sisters are identical twins, but only on their appearances?
Incompatible Twins is a really funny chick-lit novella full of humour and amusing situations. The characters are well designed although it’s about a novella and not a novel. If you got a sister, no matter if twin or not, you can doubly put yourself in either Lucy and Poppy’s shoes and che
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