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Surprisingly, Rose is supportive, although her efforts are for nothing, Ruby plots and succeeds in them running away to London for the audition.

One of my greatest memories of reading at a young age was curled up with one of her books, next to a huge stack of her other books just waiting to be devoured.How to be yourself when you are considered by all (even yourself) to be inextricably part of a pair. In my opinion this is a portrait of modern families narrating the positive and negative stages of two teenagers.

Wilson tackles difficult topics that sadly affect a lot of children, such as bereavement, domestic abuse and divorce. In the end, Ruby apologises to Garnet, and they both realise that they can still be together while apart, as long as they remember each other. I remember reading this book myself as a child, it was one of the early Jacqueline Wilson books and one which I re-read countless times! I would strongly recommend this book to any one who has a twin because it’s kind of a story of how you can still be twins even though your twin is somewhere else.Because of that comparison in my head I didn’t feel this book shone as much as it could have; if I hadn’t already read Vicky Angel I may have enjoyed this more. The twins send a letter to A headteacher from a boarding school however only one of them gets to go.

Leaving Gran behind, having a new stepmother,moving in with her and of course Garnet going to a new private school! After finding out that passive acceptance of their antics doesn't go very far in winning them over, she uses her numerable wits to surmise that the best way to defeat them is to divide and conquer. tapi agak cemas juga dengan penjelasan kenapa ayah mereka sudah tinggal serumah dengan pacarnya padahal belum menikah. One of Jacqueline’s most successful and enduring creations has been the famous Tracy Beaker, who first appeared in 1991 in The Story of Tracy Beaker. The book takes the form of the twins alternately narrating the story of their life in an accounts book.

Then her dad suddenly announced that they where moving to the country with ROSE, and that there Nan is going to be put in a home. There are only two choices left to Rose: frame Ruby for murder and have her locked away in Borstal, or just up and kill her. Their enemy is Rose, the new girlfriend of their father, but over the time they will change their mind. The two have always been close despite their differences- Ruby is social, and keen to let her opinions be heard, while introverted Garnet is content to let Ruby dominate their relationship. The girls also find that there is a huge fee that needs to be paid for the pair of them, something which their dad cannot afford.

What I didn’t like about this book: I felt that there was maybe too many issues being addressed in this book: the death of their mother at a young age, leaving their grandmother, their friends and school to move somewhere new and their Dad meeting someone new and moving in with her.But one day they see on the notice board a poster about a modelling thing so they go there on a Saturday, but there dad find's out and Garnet get sent to a boarding school and Ruby doesn't . Thank to the entire family Ruby, the strong character decided to change "the book" to a Memorandum where she realize that her sister do not need to be the same, and consequently they do not have to do the same things, to be happy.

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