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Black Heart Blue HephzibahYou ve no idea what it s like having a freak for a sister RebeccaBorn first, prettier, Hephzi s always been the popular one The FatherWhen he was busy with his bottle we were usually safe Usually The MotherHer specialist subject was misery and lessons of painful silence Hephzibah and Rebecca are twinsOne beautiful, one disfigured Trapped with their loveless parents, they dream of a normal life But when one twin tragically dies, the other must find a way to escape Because if she doesn t, she ll end up like her sister

10 thoughts on “Black Heart Blue

  1. Jo Jo says:

    Cross over fiction is a genre that I ve thought a lot about.Well, OK not really, I just said that so I sounded like I was in the know about all things publishing Before I read this book, a cross over fiction kinda book, I d never really thought about it But for reviewing purposes I have decided to do just that.I ve narrowed all m

  2. Lynda Lynda says:

    They tried to make me go to my sister s funeral today In the end I d had to give in I d been walking in her shadow for sixteen years and I liked its cool darkness It was a good place to hide Such a beautifully written yet extremely sad book It follows the lives of 16 year old twin sisters, Hephzibah and Rebecca Told in split narrativ

  3. Stephanie Forster Stephanie Forster says:

    I ve actually waited a couple of days before reviewing this book and I think that I made the right decision to do that Black Heart Blue is definitely a haunting book and I think that I appreciate itnow that I ve had eventime to reflect on it I think that this will be a book that lingers in my mind for quite a long time.On the very first

  4. Nabilah Firdaus Nabilah Firdaus says:

    Fuh I tried so hard to make this a spoiler free 4.2 5 for Black Heart Blue by Louisa Reid.Black Heart Blue is a gripping tale of twin sisters, Hephzi and Rebecca, who have been subjected to abuse and religious extremism in their own family I like how distinctive the main characters are Hephzi, the extroverted one, bold at the outside but mos

  5. Mizuki Mizuki says:

    The author of this book described child abuse in realistic ways, so as a result parts of the story is rather painful and disturbing to read, for example, the abused victims are always too fearful to seek for help to a point you become frustrated and wanting to scream OMG Seek help already Plus the complicated relationship between the disfigured

  6. Karen Karen says:

    Its quite rare that I feel so emotional when reading a novel but this certainly was the case with this story Its a very powerful and compelling story at which I felt sadness, anger and hope in equal measures The story is told in two narratives of both past and present from two twin sisters, Rebecca and Hephzibah Hephzi The book starts with Hephzi s

  7. Kirsty Kirsty says:

    Black Heart Blue is a touching book which I really enjoyed because it is unusual and both sad and heartwarming at the same time.I really enjoyed the way this story was told It it told it split narrative for the majority of the book switching between the twins One looks backs of the events the story is set around while the other is present tense As a rea

  8. skippity_doo skippity_doo says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I was sent a proof copy of this novel at work, and picked it up as some in flight reading for a weekend away I eventually started this book on a flight back up north this evening I was so hooked that I stayed up past midnight to finish it What an utterly stunning novel both for

  9. Annie Mag Annie Mag says:

    Beautifully written and hauntingly sad A reminder to us all that just because a family looks respectable it doesnt mean they are.

  10. Rachel Masters Rachel Masters says:

    Loved this book as it was a proper turn pager, and one I did not want to put down Depicting the saddening tale of two sisters, abused at the hands of their parents, and their escape I loved how the chapters alternated from the sisters perspectives, showing personal thoughts and feelings as well as events from both of their perspectives and their journeys Great read

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