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Starting in the year 2018, every person born has an identical twin. What was dubbed the mysterious Set Mutation is now, 20 years later, a worldwide phenomenon. Penny and Sam, two 16-year-old twins, have never understood why they are different from one another. While all the other sets of twins grow to be more alike in every way, Penny and Sam struggle to fit in - they aren't naturally the same person. Soon they will find out how deadly their secret really is.

©2017 Justin Sirois (P)2017 Justin Sirois

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  • Warlord Amanda
  • 18-10-17

Exciting, provocative, and Powerful!!

Two Girls is a beautifully written novel! Justin Sirois paints his characters with a master's brush. I loved the chilling concept of the book and the strength of the female characters! Sirois has created a world that's crazy, dark, bold, and eerily relevant to today's world!

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  • Steve M.
  • 23-09-17

Fantastic story and performance!

Where does Two Girls rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This has to be one of the top books I have heard in a long time! Up there with the best in this dystopian genre.

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  • Tim
  • 30-11-17

I could see this actually happening

If you could sum up Two Girls in three words, what would they be?

Not Long Enough

What other book might you compare Two Girls to and why?

A Handmaids Tale, Logan's Run, etc.

Which character – as performed by Laurie Catherine Winkel – was your favorite?

Sam. She started out very likable, but as the story wore on, her cracks started to show and her flaws revealed .The last chapter steam-rolled to a close and I wanted to know more.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I actually listened to it three times and got new insight each time.

Any additional comments?

I felt very comfortable in his future and quite frankly, kind of forgot it was set in the future. Now there's a scary thought.

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