On the Back:
They were born on the same day, in the same hospital, into families that could hardly have been less alike.
Ruth is an artist and a romantic, with a rich and passionate imaginative life.
Dana is a scientist and realist whose faith is firmly planted in what she can see or hear or touch.
Yet these two very different women share the same struggle to make sense of their place in a world in which neither of them has ever truly felt she belonged.
The book was okay until the last quarter. I would’ve lent it out to some friends, but not promoted it that much.
The ending ruined it for me.
There was a twist near the end that was extremely disturbing and it completely ruined the book for me.
I would not recommend this to anyone.
Message me if you want to know how it ends but don’t want to waste your time reading it.