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The Shape of Three The Lives Of Two Australian Families Are Disrupted By A Chance Meeting With Far Reaching Effects

  • Unknown Binding
  • 192 pages
  • The Shape of Three
  • Lilith Norman
  • English
  • 19 March 2019
  • 0809831023

About the Author: Lilith Norman

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10 thoughts on “The Shape of Three

  1. says:

    Birthday Book 67 from my friend Diana This is an Australian young readers classic about two children one of them half of a set of twins who accidentally went home with the wrong families after a fire at the hospital created the chaos that misidentified them Bruce and Greg the actual, identical twins run into each other at a fair, stunned to see their own double, and the ball starts rolling from there Shane grew up as Greg s fraternal twin, but actually belongs, biologically, to Bruce s p Birthday Book 67 from my friend Diana This is an Australian young readers classic about two children one of them half of a set of twins who accidentally went home with the wrong families after a fire at the hospital created the chaos that misidentified them Bruce and Greg the actual, identical twins run into each other at a fair, stunned to see their own double, and the ball starts rolling from there Shane grew up as Greg s fraternal twin, but actually belongs, biologically, to Bruce s parents and vice versa and after much legal maneuvering all done behind the scenes, because what kid wants to be bored with that Shane and Bruce switch homes The contrast between the two families, Shane s middle class home with several siblings and Bruce s privileged only child status, makes a difficult adjustment even harder I thought it was a gripping read, rather heavy themes for a young reader, but it ended sort of oddly for me

  2. says:

    I first read this book in primary school and found it captivating I found it again in a second hand book shop Reread it in a day Loved the depiction of the 70 s, the contrasting depictions of family life and the moral dilemma and consequences of trying to correct a life changing mistake.

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here just want to know about it

  4. says:

    you don t know life till you have read this book

  5. says:

    Imagine meeting someone who looked exactly like you Greg Herbert and Bruce Cunningham did one day at the Royal Easter Show It s a million to one chance or is it The two boys from very different families are about to discover a terrible secret one set to tear their families in two.Fantastic, I read it back in the 70 s and loved it, very moving

  6. says:

    I too read this many years ago and have just re read it A great story for young teens which doesn t talk down It is well written and easy to read Probably a bit tame by today s standards but I feel it has stood the test of time and I m sure young readers today would still enjoy it Unfortunately it is out of print.

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