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Whiskey and Charlie
by Annabel Smith

PBR Review Relationships can be complicated, especially when it comes to family. Whiskey and Charlie are brothers, identical twins, from the outside you canít tell them apart, but inside each is unique. As Charlie and Whiskey grow, the gap widens and the special connection that all twins share is weaken and strained to the breaking point. When Whiskey is in a serious accident and goes into a coma, Charlie is forced to examine his feelings and priorities. The author does an excellent job of exposing the raw emotions coursing through Charlie as he contemplates his twin brotherís options and possibly a life without him. This is a beautiful, poignant love story; perfect for book clubs.Back.
Talking Points: This book will resonate with anyone who has had to deal with family strife. There is plenty of sibling rivalry and complicated relationships woven into this story. Aside from the obvious one between the two brothers, the book deals with adoption and extended family issues. It also opens the door to discussions about families dealing with loved ones in a coma and life support. It is a character driven novel and as Charlie wrestles with his emotions he also gains more self awareness and becomes a better person, It is heartwarming.
PBR Reader Comments:
This is an emotionally charged book. It is about family drama and complicated relationships and the unseen bond between twins. The author hits every note when dealing with these connections. Very hard to put down once started.
by-Linda 2017/01/06, 08:42 PM

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