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Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Girls
Lori Lansens
The author got my interest in the beginning by telling me the "the girls" were diagnosed with. The two girls, Rose and Ruby, have been conjoined at the head for 29 years now. They are identical twins, but have very dominant differences. Rose's right eye sags down towards her ear, her jaw shifts to the left, one nostrol is bigger than the other and her right leg is 3 inches shorter than her left. Rose has been telling the story form her side, and every chapter will switch from sister to sister. She just talks about how they have struggled with it and how hard it is for her to be stuck to her sister all the time. They are 29 years old, the longest living conjoined twins. I hope the author gets into detail about how their life is and what they go though. I don't know if I'll keep reading this though, I'm not sure if it's my type of book that I want to read. I might read it on my own time though.

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