Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Review: Pirouette

One woman's trash is another woman's treasure. 

Hannah and Simone, identical twins separated during an adoption process, meet after years of being apart. Both of them have different family lives; different personalities. And yet they share a special love and hate connection to dance. To make things simple, they switch places so Hannah can dance at a specialized school, and Simone can relax from the twirls. What's the worst that can happen?

Although the plot might resemble The Parent Trap, Bavati spiced things up with a quadrangle love story. The only character that seemed lacking was Hannah, who didn't appear enthused at all to do anything worth while. 

A fast read, that will make you wonder the wasted opportunities due to parents and teens lack of communication. 

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