Review: One by Sarah Crossan

Review: One by Sarah CrossanTitle: One
Author: Sarah Crossan
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Publication Date: September 15, 2015

four-stars
Summary (from Goodreads):

Tippi and Grace share everything—clothes, friends . . . even their body. Writing in free verse, Sarah Crossan tells the sensitive and moving story of conjoined twin sisters, which will find fans in readers of Gayle Forman, Jodi Picoult, and Jandy Nelson.Tippi and Grace. Grace and Tippi. For them, it’s normal to step into the same skirt. To hook their arms around each other for balance. To fall asleep listening to the other breathing. To share. And to keep some things private. The two sixteen-year-old girls have two heads, two hearts, and each has two arms, but at the belly, they join. And they are happy, never wanting to risk the dangerous separation surgery.But the girls’ body is beginning to fight against them. And soon they will have to face the impossible choice they have avoided for their entire lives. 

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Review

Prepare to be heartbroken. Sarah Crossan has created a book that is going to take its readers on a journey that will tug at your heart strings. One is a well-written and lyrical novel about conjoined twins that is sure to bring tears to readers’ eyes through its shocking plot. Continue reading