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4.14  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  3 reviews
An uncomfortable story about sibling rivalry and betrayal.

Isla is the quiet, submissive twin but that all changes one day when she catches her boyfriend and twin sister in bed together. She flees the small Australian town that she calls home and makes a new life for herself in the city, until tragedy forces her to return home to Verona Beach where she confronts her sister
Published May 1st 2015 by Smashwords (first published 2015)
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Jul 30, 2015 rated it liked it
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A short story told in second person narrative.

Reading a book written in second person feels strange. It's not a perspective that I come across often. I don't think I've read it since my primary school days when I was intrigued with Choose-your-own-adventure books. I think it would feel a bit awkward for a full length novel, but it was a refreshing change in a short story format.

Twins tells a darker tale of sibling rivalry rather than the best friends story we usually hear about the close relat
May 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
short but definitely interesting and incredible. It's amazing.
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Twins is a short story written from a second person point of view. I found this to be quite unusual but very interesting all the same. And I really enjoyed the different glimpse into sibling rivalry. Most twins share a special bond and have an uncanny, absurd closeness. But for Isla and Jade that was not the case. Isla was lovely, quiet and mild and Jade extroverted, selfish and promiscuous and could have done with a bloody good slap.

A fabulous storyline with an unforeseen twisty twist. Loved it
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Kathryn White is an author, blogger and bookworm from Adelaide, South Australia. She graduated from Flinders University with a BA (Hons) in English Literature and has worked in a variety of fields, including a stint as a puppeteer. She has been an uncredited extra in two feature films.

Kathryn enjoys writing about young people who do not fit in socially, or who fail to meet the expectations of othe

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