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Identical by Ellen Hopkins
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Nov 15, 11

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Read in June, 2010 — I own a copy

Identical is very much a typical Ellen Hopkins book, full of mature themes of love and heartbreak, abuse, drugs and alcohol.

Each of the characters was very distinct and different, despite a variety of similarities. My favorite part of the book is the pages where the POV switches and the sentences formed from the format of the poetry read the same on each characters page, but there is an easily recognizable difference in the way each of the girls views the world.

I will say that I caught sight of the ending a little early on, little hints from where the two character points of view overlap. But I think it was okay with me, which is rare. I hate figuring out the end before I get to it—unless I myself went to the back of the book and read the end ;).

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