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Haley Fry and her twin sister, Jamie, have been compared to one another since birth. Haley is the quieter twin, a lover of music who prefers solitude to spending time with multiple friends. A prodigy on the saxophone, she dreams of a career as a musician. Jamie, on the other hand, is the athlete of the family who prides herself on her popularity and how many boys are after ...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published July 3rd 2009 by iUniverse (first published 2009)
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The book is a quick read that moves pretty quickly. I like that it accurately portrays what could happen to the main character if she were a real person right now. I enjoyed the way the chapters were setup with each chapter being from a different characters point of view. I enjoyed the book and recommend it for a quick read.
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Ask A.J. Walkley: CHOICE 1 4 Aug 09, 2013 10:27AM  
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Born and raised in Connecticut, 31-year-old A.J. Walkley has been writing for nearly 20 years of her life. A novelist and activist, Walkley spent time as a health volunteer in Malawi, Africa, with the U.S. Peace Corps after earning her BA in Literature in 2007.

Walkley has three novels to her name: Vuto (2013), Queer Greer (2012) and Choice (2009).
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