Seventh graders Charlie and Sammie are identical twin sisters who are starting to figure out that they aren’t quite as identical as they thought. They’ve been tennis partners since kindergarten and are about to reach a rank in the state under 14 category. They complement each other perfectly on the court, and until now, off the court, too. When they move to a new school and start to make friends, though, they see that they are moving in different directions. Charlie is drawn to the in crowd and is quickly accepted into their group. Sammie is more begrudgingly accepted solely on the grounds that she’s Charlie’s sister. That doesn’t bother her too much, though, because finds them shallow and frankly, annoying. She feels more at home with the geeks of the school. Neither girl can understand her sister’s choice. They’ve always been best friends and agreed on other friends. Can their relationship survive if they go separate ways at school? Can they still dominate the court? Do they still want to?
This is the first book in a series. The second book is already out: Almost Identical: Two-Faced
reviewed by Jessica