The Twin
ISBN: 0593124960
EAN13: 9780593124963
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 3, 2020
Pages: 336
Dimensions: 0.69" H x 8.25" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The instant New York Times bestseller

In this twisty psychological thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of THE CELAR, Ivy finds out that her twin sister, Iris, is trying to push her out of her own life--and might be responsible for their mother's death.

After their parents divorced, 10-year-old twins Ivy and Iris were split up--Ivy lived with Dad, Iris with Mom. Now, after a tragic accident takes their mom's life, the twins are reunited and Iris moves in with Ivy and their dad. Devastated over Mom's death, Iris spends the first few weeks in almost total silence--the only person she will speak to is Ivy. Iris feels her life is over and she doesn't know what to do. Ivy promises her twin that she can share her life now. After all, they're sisters. Twins.

It's a promise that Iris takes seriously. And before long, Ivy's friends, her life at school, and her boyfriend, Tyler, fall under Iris's spell. Slowly, Ivy realizes she's being pushed out of her own life. But she's just being paranoid, right? And Mom's accident was . . . just an accident. Right? It's not like she--or Dad--or Tyler--are in any danger. . . .

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The Lord has told me I will never read one of her books. Realizing this, I was getting to the end and just couldn't stop smiling. The book was a waste of time, I skipped it to the end and realized it was a total waste of my time. It's just that you dont read a book. Jordan Barowitz, a professor at Columbia University, said the end of the inquiry was ridiculous. The two main characters are locked in a mental ward and the other is free on bond. WTF? She has a very good reason why she keeps writing books with unresolved endings. That is, unless you happen to be one of the lucky people who got a ticket. Its just that I'm not keeping them in my collection. If that wasn't enough, I want to send her hate mail.
The first time I read it, I couldn't believe what I was reading. Simply put, it's garbage. The writer of the erotic novel "The Cellar" was also the pen name of Sebastian Faulk's "You Will Be Mine." It's just that terrible English." Lifetime movie plot lines aside, Hepburn's movies stand in a class by themselves. I do appreciate the ending, even if it was sad. What a disappointing book by an author I've admired.
   Been there
Even if you can't bring anything new to the game, why not try? The idea of the evil twin has been done and done again, and this version didn't do the trope any favors, Myers said. It was a false alarm, Southwark Crown Prosecutor Peter Hollingworth said. It didn't take long until she looked at me and said, "This is like a Lifetime movie, and not a good one." In fact, Blair said, "there are movies and books that had the same effect." What it all boiled down to was this is a book that was quite predictable, and the writing was rather juvenile at times. The cast members were virtually caricatured to the point that they looked like little children. Even with time, we did finish, but even the ending was a disappointment. There just wasn't anything about this one that worked for us, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
   Not really comparable to her others
I preordered this book without even reading the description because all of her previous books are so amazing, but I was left disappointed. It seemed like she was struggling to push out another fantastically suspenseful and creepy book, but she ran out of ideas. I'm always a sucker for an unpredictable ending, he said. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either.
   God awful
I've wasted time trying to engage. It's great to be back home, said Blair. "It's great to be back home." The book is terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible
   Sadly I wouldn’t recommend
I'm not a huge fan of Natasha's books, but this one just made me so mad. You can keep your attention on the main character because he's your idol. The ending is a terrible cliff hanger that just pisses you off, and doesn't explain the reason for the conflicts between characters, especially the "best friends" situations, he said. You never get the answers. The last half of the book just seemed rushed, I have liked all of her other books so far. I pre-ordered the book months ago. It was just so disappointing, said Blair. I'd recommend it to anyone. Try one of her other ones.
   Cliff hanger.
I love her, I think she's amazing, and I'm going to miss the music. I'm not ashamed to say that she's my favorite author. McCartney said: "Have all of her books. The last two letters were "cliff hangers." I'm not sure I feel like it's right for me. I'm a huge fan of reading them. I love the book, Raymond said. I just don't like the endings lately. And maybe that's just me. Brand new customers are always welcome, and I would recommend it to anyone.
   A frustrating Read
Overall this book was very suspenseful, but it left me dissatisfied and frustrated, Melissa wrote. I have read previous novels by Natasha, and they are clever and creative, but this book was the opposite. There was the same issue throughout the book and I felt like it was a waste of time. Some of the stunts were petty and ridiculous, leading to no where, Mr. Dhaliwal said. At the end it seemed as if the writer gave up and Iris for some reason decided to tell all of her plans in that moment. More effort and creativity to get revenge on Iris could have been better because it seemed like Ivy did nothing to help her circumstance, wrote one fan. In conclusion, not a terrible read, but I would not recommend that book specifically out of the others.
I've seen trailers, but I'm not a huge movie buff. Momentous happenings in the life of Dr. Goin. I even yelled at the end of this one. A great read, Gillian. You feel for everything Ivy goes through and you just want to help Iris along the way. It's just that she's never really there. You really have to read this one for yourself because if I say anything more about this I'll give everything away, Rush added. Go one click and you are in for a treat.