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Ratings and Reviews (21 97 star ratings
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    Interesting concept

    The story feels awkward in many places, but I can understand this as the story must have been quite an undertaking. The POV of several characters, but the narrator's true identity never revealed until the end. Kept my interest.
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    Good

    Lived it can't put it down good twists an turns all way through
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    Exciting story

    Christopher has never felt he fitted in with his family, so when he discovers he was adopted, he is not surprised. He sets out to learn where he came from and to find his mother. This remarkable novel builds tension throughout and, after several twists and turns, comes to a very satisfying denouement. It's an excellent read.
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    Twisted

    I can't say I liked Christopher or felt any empathy for him. From the start he felt he didn't belong and understandably seeking his biological family. However to cast them aside as if they had mistreated him or not loved him, this I cannot understand. He came to understand very early on that he was not the person he wanted to be, he kept the evil twin hidden until he longer could.
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    Thoroughly written characters a comp

    Compelling read a good book to cosy up in bed to. good read
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