Lessons in Laughing Out Loud - Rowan Coleman Reviews
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Willow and Holly are identical twins. They are everything to each ...
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by - written on 10/10/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Willow and Holly are identical twins. They are everything to each other. Holly calls Willow her rock, her soul mate, her other half. And Willow feels the same about Holly. They are alike in every respect except one - Willow is afraid on the inside. And all because of a secret - one that binds the sisters closely together and yet has meant their adult lives have taken two very different paths. Willow often feels there are large parts of her missing, qualities she only knows she's lacking because she sees them in her sister. For a very long time Willow has felt separated from Holly by one terrible moment in time - a moment that meant Willow's life was never the same again. Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
After Rowan kindly gave an interview over on my blog I couldn't wait to read her latest book which I had been eagerly awaiting to be released. I loved Rowan Colemans previous book so I was hoping her new one would be as good if not even better! Plot Willow and Holly are identical twins. They are everything to each other. Holly calls Willow her rock, her soul mate, her other half. And Willow feels the same about Holly. They are alike in every respect except one - Willow is afraid on the inside. And all because of a secret - one that binds the sisters closely together and yet has meant their adult lives have taken two very different paths. Willow often ... Read the complete review
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