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Twins by Caroline B. Cooney
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Twins (edition 1997)

by Caroline B. Cooney (Author)

Series: Point Horror

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Mary Lee and Madrigal are identical twins, alike in every way. Or so it seems until Mary Lee gets her wish to live her sister's life and realizes that Madrigal was not the person she seemed to be.
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Title:Twins
Authors:Caroline B. Cooney (Author)
Info:Scholastic Paperbacks (1997), 192 pages
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Twins by Caroline B. Cooney

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Caroline Cooney's classic tale of suspense, in a bold new package

Mary Lee and Madrigal are identical twins, exactly alike in every way. Until they are separated -- then Mary Lee wishes she could live her sister's life. And then she gets her wish . . . along with a horrifying discovery.
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They were sending Mary Lee to boarding school.
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Mary Lee and Madrigal are identical twins, alike in every way. Or so it seems until Mary Lee gets her wish to live her sister's life and realizes that Madrigal was not the person she seemed to be.

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Two girls... one life.

Mary Lee and Madrigal are identical twins, exactly alike in every way. They're mirror images, two halves of one whole - or so it seems.

But when their parents send Mary Lee to boarding school, two thousand miles away from her twin, she feels lost and alone. Mary Lee wishes she could live her sister's life.

But then her wish comes true. And Mary Lee starts to find out just how different Madrigal was...
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