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Peter Pohl and Kinna Gieth: I miss you, I miss you!

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Plot: This book is about two girls of 13 years, who are identical twins.
Suddenly one day it happens that should not happen ... one girl, Priscilla, gets hit by a car and killed. Her sister Tina becomes very shocked and do not understand that her beloved sister is dead. Immediately after the accident begins Tina repeat again and again, she's just hit, not run over, it's not that bad eh? She's only hit, do not run over, it's not that bad eh? It takes a long time before Tina comes over the worst shock of losing his dearest sister. During that time, one can follow people around Tina thinks she reacts strangely at Cilla's death. That she did not really mourn, she seems unfazed. But Tina just trying to get over the lack of his best friend and sister.
Tina lacks Cilla every minute, hour and day, every time she looks in the mirror, it's Cilla she sees there, not herself.
Cilla and Tina's mother died of cancer when they were very små.Den this book is very much about Tina's battle against loneliness and her sadness. It's a very emotional book that you do not put away in a hurry.

I really loved this book because it makes you think about different things such as that all too often rush straight across roads without looking for and that you often say I'm sorry for your loss without really meaning it, you see it only as a phrase as they say. I think that unless you mean it, you can keep quiet. I really suffer with Tina in this book.

If I were scoring this book, I would give the grade 5/5 reasoning is what I said before.

I recommend this book to anyone who can read!

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