Review: Twin Evils? by Olga Nunez Miret

Title: Twin Evils?

Author: Olga Nunez Miret

Pages: 54 Pages

Publisher: Amazon Media

The Blurb

Once upon a time there was a pair of twins, a girl and boy. Ruth was blonde, blue eyes, very fair and really good. Max was dark haired, grey eyes, broody and bad. Their next door neighbour and pal, Hilda, tried to be friends with both but it was not an easy task. They didn’t like each other and she found herself in the middle trying to keep the peace. Max found his sister impossibly perfect and tiresome, and Ruth could not stand her brother’s bad boy attitude and his horrible behaviour. She was scared of him. Ruth was too perfect and child-like for the real world and Hilda suspected something was wrong but didn’t know what. Was she the angel everybody took her for? Was she ill? When both twins started talking about fate and said that “something” would happen she worried. What could she do? And indeed they were right. Something did happen.


The Review

Twin Evils was a quirky little story about how one twin is good and one is bad. This is then usurped and the evil twin comes good in the end…sort of.

Ok, I didn’t really enjoy this book. I read it in so much that I took in the story but the story didn’t take me. I found myself picking over the grammar mistakes and strangeness rather than being swept away. I was, in truth, reading it to get to the end.

It wasn’t the best story I have ever read.

Twin Evils? by Olga Nunez Miret is available now.

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