Twins by Roxanne Pulitzer

Twins
ISBN 0345362454
  • Author:
    Roxanne Pulitzer
  • Title:
    Twins
  • Category:
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
  • ISBN13:
    978-0345362452
  • Publisher:
    Ballantine Books (July 13, 1991)
  • Size PDF version
    1807 kb
  • Size FB2 version
    1800 kb
  • Size EPUB version
    1978 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    786
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A fairy-tale marriage to jet-setter Dexter gains Anne Graham entrance to the exclusive Palm Beach society, but Dexter's lust, greed, and vengeance destroy Anne and send their twin daughters, Carrie and Gracie, on a collision course with fate


Xisyaco
very enriching, entertaining read, so glad i bought it, about families & love lost & won, better than Jackie Collins
Cordalas
Really, really dumb! Who cares about these people who are so impressed with themselves?
Grosho
Great buy, very interesting, glad I ordered it. I have all her books and the movie, She tells her story well.
Mr_Mole
The novel is rival to the best of Collins, Booth and Krantz. And the author Roxanne Pulitzer of the pritzer of the prize Pulitzer. Whe I was reading the book, I learned lots of truth in my life, and I learned how to be concerned with the well-being of the masses all the time. And it was about the birth of her-the mother's beautiful twin daughters made her fairy- tale marriage complete. Then it all began to fall slowly, torturously, apart. At the center of the scandal are Carrie and Gracie, Gracie was always treated Carrie like a stranger in their family, but at the end the twins who have shared everything, even the same man. Born into a world where "in" is everything... The author was using a writing style like a cross between Judith Krantz and Jackie Collins.
Iphonedivorced
This is one of the best novels I have read. So well written, it really captures the details of the fast, sad and destructively cruel lives of the rich. The descriptions detailing emotions from depression, power, helplessness and love could only be written by a person who experienced every one of them as they come off genuine and true. This story also has several short and simple but excellent sex scenes that make you feel dirty but intrigued. They are the best I can remember reading. A warning to the masses, there are some devious sexual story lines in the book that may be very offensive to many. I did some research on the author and it doesn't surprise me that this is practically an autobiography of her crazy life as a socialite in Palm Beach. I now understand how she was so able to write the story so well. It is so hard to put this book down and the story keeps at a quick pace. I look forward to reading her other novels. This novel definitely lands itself as one of the top 10 books I have read.