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Is this in from the girls POV, the boys, both or in third person? I need this book. It's pwetty. ( *w*)

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Margaret Mayo It alternates between Jude and Noah. It's vivid and passionate. Worth reading.
Scarlet It alternates.
Roseann Both POVs- it alternates and is very much an upper grade read- probably not for grades lower than 8th- a maturer 8th grader....
Danielle Marie It's from both POV's. Sometimes the boy twin, sometimes the girl twin. It's worth the read!
Daniela I believe the first half is from one of the twins POV and the second half is from the other's. It sounds incredibly interesting :)
Michellefull I agree this book is for a mature 8th grader or older. The sexuality and the repercussions of bad decisions hold some pretty serious consequences. It is deep, vivid and will capture your imagination.
Rachael The chapters alternate POVs
Josanna The younger years are written in Noahs Perspective, but the older ones are written in Judes.
Phylicia The story fluctuates from one point of view to the next, similar style to Twilight, The Help, Divergent and others.
Megs It alternates between Noah and Jude's perspective, Noah tells the story from when they are 13 and Jude tells it from 3 years later.
HeatherAnne Norbury It alternates between Noah (the boy) when the twins are 13/14 and Jude (the girl) when they are 16. It alternates chapter to chapter.
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