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Quite honestly, there is something about Elin Hilderbrand's writing that makes a reader just want to sink their toes into the sand. This is the third book of the author's that I have read, but it was certainly not my favorite. The Identicals refers to 40 year old twin sisters, Harper and Tabitha. The two sisters have held a tense stand off for many years, but their father's death and their mother's ill-health brings them into reluctant contact with each other. Not to mention that Tabitha's sixteen year old daughter, Ainsley is eager to discover what drove the two sisters apart in the first place. A lot of events occur that cause the sisters to re-examine old wounds and memories that they would have rather forgotten.

There is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, Luanne Rice, Kristin Hannah, and Diane Chamberlain, Hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. I notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and I have no doubt that there were will be many more. It's just for me, I didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot I am tired of families fighting and I am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! I have one sibling and he and I made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. In the book, Harper and Tabitha stay silent on the death of Tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- I literally had to put the book down and say " This is so fucking stupid!" Which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe I was sitting in this morning. In fact, I was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, I have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. Or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

Verdict: It will work for many, but I definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


Thanks to NetGalley and Little, Brown and Company for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review.

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there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


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there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


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there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


thanks to netgalley and little, brown and company for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review. report the first clinical cases of cytauxzoon sp. The destruction of the museum was so intense, that all the catalogues, lists of donations, lists of purchases and other archives prevented even a precise inventory of all that was quite honestly, there is something about elin hilderbrand's writing that makes a reader just want to sink their toes into the sand. this is the third book of the author's that i have read, but it was certainly not my favorite. the identicals refers to 40 year old twin sisters, harper and tabitha. the two sisters have held a tense stand off for many years, but their father's death and their mother's ill-health brings them into reluctant contact with each other. not to mention that tabitha's sixteen year old daughter, ainsley is eager to discover what drove the two sisters apart in the first place. a lot of events occur that cause the sisters to re-examine old wounds and memories that they would have rather forgotten.

there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


thanks to netgalley and little, brown and company for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review. lost. Also, when you're carried out functioning quite honestly, there is something about elin hilderbrand's writing that makes a reader just want to sink their toes into the sand. this is the third book of the author's that i have read, but it was certainly not my favorite. the identicals refers to 40 year old twin sisters, harper and tabitha. the two sisters have held a tense stand off for many years, but their father's death and their mother's ill-health brings them into reluctant contact with each other. not to mention that tabitha's sixteen year old daughter, ainsley is eager to discover what drove the two sisters apart in the first place. a lot of events occur that cause the sisters to re-examine old wounds and memories that they would have rather forgotten.

there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


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A truncating mutation in atp13a2 is responsible for adult-onset neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis quite honestly, there is something about elin hilderbrand's writing that makes a reader just want to sink their toes into the sand. this is the third book of the author's that i have read, but it was certainly not my favorite. the identicals refers to 40 year old twin sisters, harper and tabitha. the two sisters have held a tense stand off for many years, but their father's death and their mother's ill-health brings them into reluctant contact with each other. not to mention that tabitha's sixteen year old daughter, ainsley is eager to discover what drove the two sisters apart in the first place. a lot of events occur that cause the sisters to re-examine old wounds and memories that they would have rather forgotten.

there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


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there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


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there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


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there is no doubt about it- like her fellow contemporary authors, luanne rice, kristin hannah, and diane chamberlain, hilderbrand has her finger on what type of heartache can be inflicted on families in a variety of circumstances. i notice the 4 and 5 stars for this book and i have no doubt that there were will be many more. it's just for me, i didn't feel the usual reading pleasure with the setting, the characters, and the plot i am tired of families fighting and i am really, really, really tired of siblings being stupid- real life and in fiction! i have one sibling and he and i made a promise a long time ago that we would never descend into pettiness like so many of our other relations. in the book, harper and tabitha stay silent on the death of tabitha's infant son and when it was all revealed as to what actually happened- i literally had to put the book down and say " this is so fucking stupid!" which was definitely, a surprise to all the people at the cafe i was sitting in this morning. in fact, i was quite bothered by the actions of many of the characters, i have absolutely no clue what would ever enter the mind of a woman that the best way to get back at her sister is to have a bunch of sex with random men. or that the best way to get back at your high school boyfriend or your mother is to engage in all kinds of juvenile behavior.

verdict: it will work for many, but i definitely failed to connect with this family drama.


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