The Third Twin by CJ Omololu

Hey guys, I’m back again with another book review! Today I want to talk to you guys about a book that I originally wanted to buy for months. You know when you walk into a bookstore, walk past a book, look at it, then put it down? Well this was the routine for this book. I was curious, because of the cover and the summary on the back, but at the same time wasn’t sure if it was going to be good or not. Finally, I decided to get it.

As you can see from the image below, this was the summary. These two twins created an imaginary third twin in order to get away with things. It’s all fun and games until their triplet, Alicia, gets accused for a crime.

Now these girls are twins, therefore, they have identical DNA. Which one could have done it?

As you can see, it was easy to get sucked in, or at least it was for me. I really liked the book for a while, I am a huge fan of mystery/suspense books. The only reason I rated it so low, was because of the fact that I felt midway through the book, there was too much going on. It one of those moments, where you’re like “come on, there’s no way!”. Towards the end, things tidied up again. By the end of the book, I wasn’t entirely sure, how I felt about the book. I don’t think I’d tell someone to buy it. At the same time, it kept me interested enough throughout the entire book, for me to actually want to finish it. 

I took a picture of the first page, just so you guys could get a little hint about what the book format was like. It was written in the first perspective from one of the sisters, Lexi.

I honestly don’t think you guys should waste your money and buy this book, but I hope you enjoyed reading this review!  Don’t forget to add me on my social media pages, and don’t forget to say hi! Have a wonderful day/night.


-Melina xxx

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2 Replies to “The Third Twin by CJ Omololu”

  1. Hey,
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