Double Act Paperback – Illustrated, 5 Oct 2006
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"Wilson's comic exploration of the twin-world shows the desire to separate fighting a powerful genetic magnetism. In a clever touch, each narrator is given a different illustrator" (Independent on Sunday)
"A book of the highest quality. It will be very, very popular too. Hurrah!" (Mail on Sunday)
"Hilarious tale which contains dark notes that ring very true" (The Times)
"An exuberant story . . . The ingenious split narrative, inventive page design and lots of incidental pictures make this book irresistible" (Guardian)
"Jacqueline Wilson has a rare gift for writing lightly and amusingly about emotional issues Bookseller" (Bookseller)
No-one can ever be like a mother to us. No-one, no-one at all, especially not stupid Frizzy Dizzy Rose. Ruby and Garnet are ten-year-old twins. Identical, they do everything together, especially since their mother died three years earlier. But can being a double act work for ever? When so much around them is changing...See all Product description
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I love Jacqueline Wilson's books! She has a way of getting me engrossed in her books so that I can not put them down. Double Act is one of my favourites and I really enjoyed reading it because it shows each twin's opinion for every dilemma. You feel like you have to agree with one. But do you agree with Ruby or Garnet?
I definitely recommend this book!
1. It starts of brilliant but gets boring towards the end.
2. It is very short.
3. It's a book I would enjoy more if I was 7 or 8
But it's still a good read. You might enjoy it more than I did. 😀
It's about twins Ruby and Garner who live with their dad and step mum Rose (who they hate) in a dreary bookshop in a little village. Throughout the book you learn about their past, their present and their future whilst having a good laugh and a little cry at the same time. Overall, I would definitelyely recommend! X
A beautiful and hilarious story about sisterly love!
I would recommend this book.