Did you like the plot twist at the end?

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Re: Did you like the plot twist at the end?

Post by Asen Stoyanchev » 09 Apr 2018, 09:08

I've read the book several months ago and I have to say that I didn't expected the twist but it wasn't as shocking as it should've been. There are a lot of twists involving twins these days.
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Post by Nmesoma » 17 Jun 2018, 02:39

I think it's just a far cry to make the book seem overachievingly mysterious. But I do agree they suggested a plot twist would come out at one part so it's definitely not out of the blue. Do I love it? Depends on what the writer can do with the twist.

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