Review: You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone by Rachel Lynn Solomon

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This book was gorgeous…best word I can come up with for this story as I write this review.
Adina and Tovah are twins but they couldn’t be further apart in interests, or in how close they are.
Adina is music, her life revolves around her violin; Tovah is science, she has dreams of becoming a doctor. As their 18th birthday approaches, the twins have promised to get tested for Huntington’s disease, something their mother has been diagnosed with. When they get their results, the girls with deal with them in complete different ways and learn that sometimes you need to lean on family to get through things.
The dual viewpoints (from each girl) is written so well…and each girl has such a distinctive voice I had no problems figuring out who was who.


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