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Today I am taking part in the blog tour for The Twins by J.S. Lark. This was released on the 20th November published by One More Chapter.

Before I kick things off, I wanted to let you know that One More Chapter will be interviewing J.S. Lark and Louise Jensen over on their Facebook page today at 1 pm (GMT), Make sure to check it out.

Book Details

The Twins by J.S. Lark
Release Date: 20th of November 2020
Format: Kindle
Print Length: 448 pages
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Publisher: One More Chapter
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Book Blurb

If you liked Blood Orange you will love this!

From the moment they are born, twins Susan and Sarah are inseparable.  Through good and bad, the girls will always be together…forever.
Until they meet Jonny.
Older, charming and handsome, Jonny offers the girls the much-needed love and attention they crave.  But he can only choose one and for the first time in their lives the girls find themselves split apart – the invisible thread that binds them severed.

Set-free from her twin, Sarah builds a new life for herself, marries, has a daughter.  But Susan’s life spirals further and further out of control.

And now Susan is back.  And she’s determined to reclaim everything she feels Sarah has taken from her. 

Her home, her husband…her life?

First up I want to say that there are some hard hitting topics covered in The Twins that may be a trigger for some, including rape of a child, violence and drug abuse among others. It can be confronting, but in saying that, J.S. Lark does handle these in a very sensitive manner. Ok with that said, let me get on with the review.

Twins have always been a fascination to me, so when I was offered the chance to read and review this book, I jumped at it. J.S. Lark has crafted a very thrilling and intriguing tale that explores the once inseparable relationship between identical twins Sarah and Susan and how the choice of one man, fractures that relationship. 

The characters of Sarah and Susan have been very well created and are each brought to life vividly. We get an in-depth view of their childhood and how those events shaped them into the woman they have become in the present. They did not have an easy life and through this, has you feeling a whole range of emotions towards them.

The Twins is a very complex and compelling tale and does require a lot of concentration. The book moves through two different timelines and switches from the perspective of the two women, but it is not immediately clear where it has gone to or from who’s perspective up front, which does cause some confusion, but also keeps you as the reader on your toes.

If you love a story that completely messes with your head, then The Twins is definitely for you. It has been very well written, fraught with so much tension and suspense with plenty of twists and turns, that all leads to a jaw dropping outcome. Well played J.S. Lark, very well played indeed!

Thank you to J.S. Lark, One More Chapter and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advanced copy of The Twins, which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.

This review will be added to, Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Amazon Australia & Amazon US. I will also add to NetGalley, Apple Books, Kobo, Google Play and Barnes & Noble if available. As I am from Australia, I am unable to add to Amazon UK, but will post to Waterstones & Foyles if also available.

The Twins Blog Tour

Follow the tour along the way and see what these 
bloggers also thought about The Twins.

Let’s Get to Know J.S. Lark

Jane is a coffee, chocolate and red wine lover, and a late-night writer of compelling, passionate, and emotionally charged fiction.

Jane’s books may contain love, hate, violence, death, passion, a little swearing, and an ending you are never going to forget.

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Blog Tour Organiser

A special thank-you to Rachel from Rachel’s Random Resources for the invitation to join in with The Twins blog tour, for the promotional materials

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1 Comment

  1. Thank you for reading and reviewing The Twins. I really appreaciate it. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

    Best wishes