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Angelica And Francesca

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Angelica and Francesca are the identical twin daughters of Pellrue, Duke of Doretay. Doretay is a state within a kingdom called Vidien, which Angelica's and Francesca's great uncle, King Oscar, rules. Pellrue attempts to keep control of his wicked, evil daughters as they keep entering his city and raising havoc by torturing and murdering the common citizens within. Angelic ...more
Paperback, 52 pages
Published December 2nd 2005 by iUniverse
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Ketutar Jensen The Duke of Doretay has sadistic twin daughters who like to whip people. His king tells him to get the situation under control, he tries, fails and th…moreThe Duke of Doretay has sadistic twin daughters who like to whip people. His king tells him to get the situation under control, he tries, fails and things escalate. People die.
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``Laurie Henderson
Angelica and Francesca is one of those WTH is going on? books - but at the end of this short story you will be able to understand why Angelica and Francesca behave in such a wicked way.

An absolutely stunning book that I'm finding difficult to shelve. Should this be considered a book of Horror, or maybe Fantasy?

I'm anxious to hear what my Goodreads friends have to say after reading this one.
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Matilda
Dec 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Angelica and Francesca, who are both duchesses and twin sisters, constantly inflict violence against their father's wishes. Their father, Pellrue, cannot gain control of them or the situation no matter what he does. As a result of this, the Duke becomes more and more desperate, and in my view, illogical. Everything unfolds rapidly making for a marvelous ending. ...more
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Ketutar Jensen
Aug 17, 2020 rated it did not like it
It's pretty bad.
The dialogue is stupid, over-simplified, doesn't lead the story much anywhere, the resolution is... er... what? *rolling eyes*

You just separate the girls, put them in house arrest and live happily ever after. The End.

The only thing good about this is that it's really short. But - read something else. Don't waste your time on this.

Though I have to say that the idea is interesting. Maybe if it was written as a full long novel by a better author with better understanding of the thi
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Winter Rose
Mar 28, 2021 rated it really liked it
The story is powerful, I like how it was presented. Good job writer! If you have some great stories like this one, you can publish it on NovelStar, just submit your story to hardy@novelstar.top or joye@novelstar.top
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