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Read & Download ´ Identical ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ã Perfect on the outside but behind the Normal Rockwell facades each holds its secrets Dark untellable Practically unbelievable IDENTICAL Kaeleigh and Raeanne are 16 year old identical twins the daughters of a district court judge father and politician mother runPerfect on the outside but behind the Normal Rockwell facades each holds its secrets Dark untellable Practically unbelievable IDENTICAL Kaeleigh and Raeanne are 16 year old identical twins the daughters of a district court judge father and politician mother running for US Congress Everything on the surface seems fine but underneath run very deep and damaging secrets What really happened when the girls were 7 years. This book was disturbing Very disturbing I really like the author's style and I think the use of verse is highly effective and contributes something to the story that I never imagined possible but And there is a but I felt this book unlike Burned which I loved just went too far It made me feel uncomfortable too much so I can't explain I usually really like books that are controversial and stretch boundaries but a man performing oral sex on his daughter while her twin watched and secretly wished it was her The revulsion I felt was too much Way too muchI thought the plot idea was great very interesting and a rather dangerous subject area to delve into child abuse amongst other things Basically it's the story of identical twins almost completely alike except one is the reluctant centre of her father's attention sexual attention The other twin feels unloved by her father and longs to please him even sexually That was the part of this book that made my stomach churn not so much the abuse of one twin but the incestuous desires of the other I read it in a few hours and was gripped in a manner that can only be described as 'horrified' I couldn't put it down like the inability to look away from a road accident even after seeing a mangled body Perhaps it should be given stars but I didn't really enjoy this book Who knows I'll probably read it again in the future and I might decide to revise this rating We shall see

review ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Ellen Hopkins

Er for years For Raeanne she needs to numb the pain of not being Daddy's favorite; for Kaeleigh she wants to do everything she can to feel something normal even if it means cutting herself and vomiting after every binge How Kaeleigh and Raeanne figure out just what it means to be whole again when their entire world has been torn to shreads is the guts and heart of this powerful disturbing and utterly remarkable bo. 25 starsI doubt I'll ever cotton to the literary stylings of Ellen Hopkins that faux poetry thing drives me nuts; she's no Jacueline Woodson that's for damn sure but I suspect Identical will strike a chord of truth for incest survivors and others who've grown up in exceedingly dysfuctional families like the one that identical twin sisters Kaeleigh and Raeanne endure here About as subtle as unanesthetized oral surgery and for me anyway just as painful to endure

Ellen Hopkins Ñ 9 Free read

IdenticalOld in that car accident that Daddy caused And why is Mom never home always running far away to pursue some new dream Raeanne goes after painkillers drugs alcohol and sex to dull her pain and anger Kaeleigh always tries so hard to be the good girl her father's perfect little flower But when the girls were 9 Daddy started to turn to his beloved Kaeleigh in ways a father never should and has been sexually abusing h. I have to say this book is pretty amazingBasically it's about these two twins Kaeleigh and Raeanne They are half of the All American family with a dad who is a judge and a mom who is running for a position in Congress But what lies beneath their facade is really dysfunction; and the worst worst kindKaeleigh the introverted one is being sexually abused by Ray her own father and also binges and cuts herself Raeanne is the exact opposite and is outgoing but finds herself wanting the attention Kaeleigh always gets So she resorts to drugs and lots and lots of sex And this is just the beginning of the horrible suffering the twins face in this bookAs a teenager myself I must admit that sometimes I cringed while reading the book and had to put it down for a second However I would immediately pick it right back up and continue reading I strongly would recommend not giving this book out to teens under the age of 14; it's just THAT graphic at some parts of the story Not bad thoughEllen Hopkin's uniue poetry style is commanding and flawlessly executed and when the twin's viewpoint switches over the mirroring effect is awe inspiring read the individual words as they go down the pageThe twist at the end was wow I remember the shock I experienced the first time I saw it Overall if you are a fan of Ellen Hopkin's previous works this will be another amazing read through if not then it won't hurt to give it a try end review