Here at MP!, we have fallen in love with ‘One’, Sarah Crossan’s newest book following conjoined twin sisters, Tippi and Grace – and we want you to feel the exact same way.
We let the lovely Kellie have a totally free copy in exchange for an honest review. Let’s see what she thought…
Rate the cover. I rate it as a ten. The image on the cover is very striking and I loved the colours.
What did you think of the book being written in verse? Being written in verse made it an enjoyable read and I managed to read it in one sitting. The words went so well together.
Did you have a favourite character? I liked all of the characters. They were all different in their own ways, but I took an instant liking to Dragon (Nicola) and also Yasmeen.
Was it what you expected? Did it surprise you in any way? No, it wasn’t. I wasn’t entirely sure of what I was expecting of this book when I first opened up to the first page. Although I did expect what happened at the end, but it didn’t make it any less emotional. I was surprised at how instantly I was drawn into the story. I was most surprised at how far Grace was willing go to help her family, knowing what people would be like towards her and Tippi.
Favourite line? “I read all these books, so many words, but I don’t own any.”
Rate out of 10. 10. Definitely a 10. It’s definitely one of my favourite books this year. I highly recommend it to anyone who hasn’t read it.
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