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The In-Between (2013)

by Barbara Stewart(Favorite Author)
3.58 of 5 Votes: 1
1250030161 (ISBN13: 9781250030160)
St. Martin's Griffin
review 1: 14 year old Elanor is in a car accident, and her mom doesn't survive. She and her dad move and she meets a new friend, Madeline, that she begins to idolize - and then finds out that Madeline is actually her twin sister. Only none of this is true. Except maybe it is? I had to skim (trigger warnings for depression, anxiety, mental health and self-injury), but this is a super creepy and atmospheric novel with an unreliable narrator who doesn't quite have a grasp on reality - except maybe she does. Loaded with questions that never get answered, I feel like there will be a lot of interpretations floating around. Pretty cool.
review 2: The plot of the book is an interesting concept, however, I don't think that it was carried out well. The end of the book is very abru
... morept and I felt was rushed. I really wanted to like the book, but it wasn't written well. I thought that concept of dying then coming back was a bit far-fetched, being she lives in a world where her mother died, then is miraculously alive to the actual reality where her father died, and Madeline isn't totally real. It wasn't a terrible book, but I didn't enjoy it. less
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The voice makes this.
Very enjoyable read.
Dark and dreary.
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