Twinchantment

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Black cats, twins, and other magical beings have been outlawed from the Kingdom of Kaloon ages ago. Somehow both princesses(and twins) Sara and Flissa have been able to survive for the past 11 – 12 years of their lives to pretending to be the same person; Princess Flissara. When Queen Latoya was cursed by and evil mage during her pregnancy, the two twins inside of her split the power of the curse between them which helped them survive. The evil mage was banished from the kingdom of Kaloon into the Twists; a magical world full of horrors. Just days before Ascension day(the day when they are officially in line for the throne and their twelfth birthdays) their mother is cursed by and evil mage. The must venture into the twists with a black kitten and a servant as a guide to find him, break the curse, and save their mother before time runs out.

“Y-y-y-you,” he stammered, and Flissa turned to see he’d gone ashen. “T-t-t-two of you!”- Twinchantment. Galric, the servant boy, was not supposed to find out that Flissa and Sara are twins. When Flissa helped Sara through one of the dangerous obstacles her hood fell off and Galric knew that they were twins. “Flissa reached up and checked. Sure enough, her hood had fallen off. Their secret was out.”- Twinchantment.

This book is full of many shocks and surprises which will leave you wondering what is going to happen next.

Elise Allen shows two different personalities while telling the story through both Sara and Flissa. While Sara is easy to talk to but very clumsy, Flissa is very coordinated and athletic, but can’t talk to people like Sara can. Now as they got older, they began to notice they are the same but different. Sara is strong at heart while Flissa is physically very strong. Elise Allan helps show that these girls are completely in each different chapter told by one of the two twins.

All in all, this book is full of surprises and is told wonderfully through Sara and Flissa. You should buy this magical first book to the new riveting series; Twinchantment.