Minus One

Minus One

by Rose Golden


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Minus One by Rose Golden

All of Gwen's life, she was the outcast. Always failing her classes, sneaking out of the house, she would even steal. She was in a lot of ways, the shadow image of her twin sister Aelinor. Soon, that would all change. The night of their senior prom, they both get into a terrible car crash. Aelinor was killed instantly.Or so Gwen thought...

Without hesitation, Gwen takes her sisters place, and the life she always wanted; going as far as to claim her scholarship, and even her boyfriend. Seemingly, her newlife gets off to a good start. Until she starts get threatening letters demanding for her to tell the truth about Aelinor or join her.

As time goes on, the letters become more threatening, and the death count of the people she and her twin grew up with, grows. How long can fool everyone she knows? How long can she deceive them into believing Gwen was the one who died, before the person who wrote the letter comes for her? Should she just come clean and go to the police? After all the car crash was an accident...right?

Gwen will soon discover that beneath the bonds of twins lies a lethal jealousy, and that some secrets, refuse to stay buried...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781304631336
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication date: 11/25/2013
Pages: 370
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.94(d)

About the Author

Rose Golden lives in Tucson, Arizona where she was born. Her career as an author began when she was still in high school when she had several of her poems published such as "Gothic Tinker Bell, Coma, and Little Sister to Big sister."
She has held many young adults captive with her unique storytelling, and life-like characters since her first book "Night Terrors: Hallways & Mirrors" was published in March of 2012
She lives strongly under the philosophy that art is whatever you're into. If you paint your brush is your tool to put yourself onto the canvas. If you're a photographer, the picture you take captures a single moment you felt with your heart. If you write, the pen is your microphone recording your emotion. If any of her stories affect someone's life in a positive manner, she will consider the time she put into writing them well spent. Overall she wanted to write about strong female characters, and let everybody know just because you've been dealt a different set of cards in life, doesn't mean you have to fold. She never will.

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Minus One 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Gollums_Loyal_Servent More than 1 year ago
Borrowed this book from a friend. Good read.
Beth_91201 More than 1 year ago
Pretty good. No complaints here.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book gave a whole new twist to sibling rivalry. Every hook that was set in the beginning came together so perfectly at the end. Has left me breathless and happy to have purchased. I highly recommend this book.