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Return of the Evil Twin (Sweet Valley High) (edition 1995)

by Francine Pascal (Author)

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The Wakefield twins have no idea that their world is about to be turned upside down, again. A year ago, Margo - a girl who looked exactly like them, nearly destroyed their lives & the nightmare was only over when she died. But no one knew about her twin!
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Title:Return of the Evil Twin (Sweet Valley High)
Authors:Francine Pascal (Author)
Info:Sweet Valley (1995), 352 pages
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
Awesome book!! Very interesting and gripping.

{spoiler alert!}

(edited) I just re-read this book and I have some things to add. This is a wonderful book, and I certainly recommend it! However, the back-cover blurb is seriously misleading, and it really threw me off for awhile the first time I read it. The last sentence on the blurb states "Now Nora wants revenge-and she's capable of evil beyong anything Margo could have ever dreamed". I'm sorry, but that sounds like a set-up for a really awesome ride! Right? Riiiiight?
Wrong. Nora is not, in any way shape or form, more evil then Margo. She goes behind Margo's back to speed up the plans and take her "rightful place", sure, but evil? Heck no. She does nothing truly evil... Even when she murders "Jessica", there is nothing to indicate that she is more evil then Margo. And then when she finds out that it was really Margo that she killed, instead of lashing out or going crazy, she totally breaks down.
I loved the book, but I had geared myself up for an evil stronger/deeper then Margo (which is saying alot, 'cause wow!), and that was completely not there at all. ( )
  Heather19 | Sep 2, 2007 |
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Light spilled from the Palladian windows of the mansion at Fowler Crest, illuminating the wet, gray dawn.
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The Wakefield twins have no idea that their world is about to be turned upside down, again. A year ago, Margo - a girl who looked exactly like them, nearly destroyed their lives & the nightmare was only over when she died. But no one knew about her twin!

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The nightmare had seemed to be over for Jessica and Elizabeth when Margo, the twins' lookalike who tried to move in on their lives, died violently, but now Margo's twin Nora has come seeking revenge.
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