«Two drops of water. That’s what we are. So identical. There are so few people who can tell us apart. But our mother can, and our father, too; some of our best friends, sometimes. As for the rest, nobody. Ever».
Being identical twins can be a headache, but sometimes it has its advantages. A book with subtle humour, to play at guessing who is who and to think about what makes you you and not someone else.