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MP!er Laura reviews the ‘bright, catchy and cute’ ‘One’ by Sarah Crossan.


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 Laura have a totally free copy in exchange for an honest review. Let’s see what she thought…

LauraName: Laura Hitchcock
Age: 28

Rate the cover.
8. I think it’s bright, catchy and cute!

What did you think of the book being in verse?
When I first looked through the the book when I received it I was very apprehensive! But I’m so glad I went against my judgements because reading in verse was different to what I’m used to but I was very presently surprised and really enjoyed it.

Did you have a favourite character?
Tippi. She didn’t let other people’s problems stop her from getting on with her life and always said what she thought no matter what.

One Sarah CrossanWas it what you expected? Did it surprise you in any way?
It’s surprised me a lot. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like this story. But as soon as I started I was hooked and couldn’t put the book down. I felt like I was part of the story.

Favourite line?
This is my story
It’s a single story
Not two tales tangled up in each other
Like lover’s limbs,
As you might expect

Rate out of 10.
I would give this an 8 out of 10. I really enjoyed it and would highly recommend it. The only problem was it was over too quickly!

Get your copy of ‘One’ right here.

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