by Lori Lansens
Ruby and Rose Darlen aren't just twins--they are conjoined twins. They are also soon to be history's oldest conjoined twins, and they have decided to write their autobiography.
The girls are joined at the head and have never seen each other, except through the use of mirrors. Ruby is the pretty one; Rose is the strong one. Ruby loves searching for Native American artifacts; Rose loves baseball (and all other sports). Their experiences are the same and different, if you can imagine. Written from both points of view, you will learn about Rose and Ruby from Rose and Ruby. And you will be amazed by what is revealed by each sister.
A great concept for a novel. And it is a great novel.