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≡ The Mirror Sisters: A Novel library ⊽ Kindle Author V.C Andrews ⋋ ≡ The Mirror Sisters: A Novel library ⊽ Kindle Author V.C Andrews ⋋ The Mirror Sisters 1 There was nothing Mother worked harder at than keeping us from differing from each other, even in the smallest ways From the day we were born, she made sure that we owned the exact same things, whether it was clothes, shoes, toys, or bookswe even had the same color toothbrushes Everything had to be bought in twos Even our names had to have an equal number of letters, and that went for our middle names, too, which were exactly the same Blossom I was Kaylee Blossom Fitzgerald, and my sister was Haylee Blossom Fitzgerald That was something Mother had insisted on Daddy told us he hadnt thought it was very significant at the time, so hed put up little argument Im sure he regretted it later, as he came to regret so much he had failed to do Although neither of us had the courage to complain about our names, we both wished they were different By the time we were sixteen, Haylee had gone so far as to tell people she had no middle name When anyone looked to me for confirmation, I agreed That was one of those little ways Haylee gradually got me to oppose things Mother had done I was the reluctantly rebellious twin practically dragged by my hair into the fiery ring of defiance Actually, when I think about it, we were lucky to have two different first names We couldnt be Haylee One and Haylee Two or Kaylee One and Kaylee Two based on who was born first, either Mother would never tell us who was first, and Daddy hadnt been in the delivery room Hed been on a business trip I dont know if he ever asked her which one of us was born first, but I doubt she would have told him anyway Shed pretend not to know, or maybe she really believed we were born together, hugging and clinging to each other with our tiny pink hands and arms as we were cast out of her womb and into the world, both of us harmonizing in a cry of fear Whenever Mother described our birth, she always said that the doctor practically had to pry us apart I thought there was only one of you at first Thats how in sync your cries were One voice, she would say, and shed look starry eyed, with that soft smile of wonder that fascinated both Haylee and me when we would sit on the floor in front of her and listen to the story of ourselves As we grew older, she wove the magical fabric in which we would be dressed, wove it into a fantasy about the perfect twins There was one rule that if broken would bring about disaster we had to be loved equally, or some dragon monster would destroy our enchantment Daddy wasnt anywhere nearly as obsessed about treating us equally in every way There was never a doubt in my mind that it was something he believed Mother would grow out of as we grew older He hud her with his smiles and nods and especially with his favorite response to what she would demand Whatever you say, Keri He admitted that he was excited about having twins, but at first, he didnt see any additional burdens that other parents of than one child had Even as very small children, we could see that he was nowhere as uptight about it, which only infuriated Mother During our early years, if he forgot and bought something for me and not for Haylee, or vice versa, our mother would become so upset that, in a violent rage during which I would swear I felt a whirlwind around us, she would tear up or throw out whatever he had bought Haylee felt the whirlwind, too, and, watching Mother, we would cling to each other as tightly as we supposedly had the day we were born There was simply no excuse Daddy could use for what he had done that would satisfy her For example, he couldnt say one of us liked a certain color or was interested in something and he had just happened to come upon it during his travels, like someone elses father Oh, no Mother would look as if she had accidentally put her finger in an electric socket and would tell him he was wrong and had done a terrible thing In his defense, he pleaded, For Gods sake, Keri, this isnt a capital offense Not a capital offense she fired back, her voice shrill How can you not see them for what they are Theyre little girls, he declared No, no, no, these are not just two little girls These are perfect twins They see the world through the same eyes, hear it through the same ears, and smell it through the same nose He shook his head, smiling but concerned I looked at Haylee Was Mother right To anyone watching us, it did look as if we liked the same foods, the same flavor of ice cream, the same candy It was true that when we were very young, anything one of us liked, the other did, too, and anything one of us hated, the other hated Maybe we felt we were supposed to or we would lose our mystical powers Nevertheless, Mother was shocked Daddy didnt realize that I think youre exaggerating, Daddy told her Exaggerating Are you in the same house, Mason Do you see your own children she asked him in what, even as a young girl, I thought was a terribly condescending tone She sounded like she did when she chastised us Mother also had a habit of smacking her right fist against her right thigh when she started her responses to things that upset her this much Sometimes, she did it so hard that both Haylee and I would flinch as if we felt the blows After one of her dramatic outbursts, I saw her thigh when she was getting ready to take a shower It had a bright red circle where she had pounded it Later it turned black and blue, and when Daddy mentioned it, she said, Its your fault, Mason You might as well have struck me there yourself Finally, Daddy always managed to stammer an excuse, but he still couldnt ever get away with Ill buy the other one something tomorrow Whatever it was that he had bought one of us and not the other, it was gone that day, no matter what he had promised Sometimes he would take it back and have his secretary return it to the store, but most times, after Mother had destroyed it or thrown it out, he would go back when he could and buy two this time, so he could give both of us whatever it was he thought one of us had wanted He never looked happy about it That satisfied Mother, though, and brought what Daddy called a fragile armistice where we tiptoed on a floor of eggshells We were all smiles again Our pounding hearts relaxed and the electric sizzle in the air disappeared, for a while anyway In our house, stings, burns, and aches ran around just behind the walls and just under the floors like termites Haylee and I were in the center of continuous little tornadoes Sometimes I thought Haylee did things deliberately so she could see these storms brew between Daddy and Mother It was one of the differences I sensed early between us Haylee had an impish delight in causing little explosions between our parents But she was far from the main cause of it all in the beginning It wasnt difficult to understand why this turmoil was happening around Haylee and me In our mothers mind, a minute after we were born, all thoughts about one of us had to be about the two of us simultaneously She claimed it was practically blasphemous to do otherwise, because the biggest danger for any parent of identical twins was that somehow, some way, he or she would favor one over the other and destroy the confidence of the one not favored It was one thing to praise one of your children because he or she had done something spectacular Everyone knew stories about fathers who favored one son over another because he was a hero on the football field or got good grades The same was true for a daughter who might please her mother by being responsible, being talented in music or art, or maybe just being prettier But none of this could apply to identical twins, not in our mothers way of thinking According to Mother, Haylee had no talents that I didnt have, and I had none that she didnt have Certainly, neither of us could be prettier than the other Our voices were so similar that people never knew which one had answered the phone Even Daddy was confused sometimes when he called There was always a question mark in the air first Haylee Kaylee When we were a little older, Haylee often pretended to be me on the phone I think she worried that Daddy liked me and wanted to see how he would speak if he thought I was the one answering the phone I suspected he did like me than he liked her, and she knew it Once she said, If he doesnt know which one of us it is, hell say your name because he hopes its you I didnt know if she was right I didnt keep as close a count as she did Maybe it was simply because he wasnt around us as much as he should have been, but if I suddenly came upon him while he was reading or if Haylee did, Daddy would look at whoever it was, and his eyes would blink for a moment as his mind settled on which one of us was there Anyone could see that he was struggling with it because Mother had him terrified about calling me Haylee or calling her Kaylee Mother insisted that he must know which of us was which After all, how could our own father not know us He agreed, and when he did get it wrong, he blamed himself for not concentrating or paying attention enough However, he admitted that there were times when he was actually mistaken even though he was concentrating Theyre so alike he cried, hoping to be excused when Mother blew up at him for it, but all that did was prove her point and make her even obsessive about how we were supposed to be treated Of course theyre so alike Thats always been my point You have to try even harder, Mason, and be careful about it, she told him You never liked it when your father called you by your brothers name, and you werent even twins He is two years older than you are, but how did you feel, Mason Go on, confess You felt he was thinking of him than he was of you, right Daddy had admitted that to her once, so what could he do but retreat with the look of a punished puppy I always felt sorrier for him than I did for us Sometimes I pretended I was Haylee if he called me that, just so he would get away with it, but if Mother was there, that was impossible She never made a mistake I never knew why not, except to think that it was true that mothers knew their children better There were so many rules of behavior toward us that Mother laid down, with the power and importance of the U.S Constitution, our own Ten Commandments Thou shalt not call Haylee Kaylee, or vice versa Thou shalt not buy one a gift you do not buy the other Thou shalt not take one somewhere and not the other Thou shalt not kiss one without kissing the other Thou shalt not hug or hold the hand of one without hugging or holding the hand of the other Thou shalt not say good morning or good night to one without saying it to the other Thou shalt not ask one a question you do not ask the other Thou shalt not introduce one to someone without introducing the other Thou shalt not tell one a story without telling it to the other Thou shalt not smile at one without smiling at the other Because of all the rules, I often thought our house was of a laboratory than a home I think Daddy did, too Even Haylee admitted to feeling as if we were under observation in a glass bubble while strange new experiments on bringing up identical twins were being conducted Many of Mother and Daddys friends often also seemed to believe that I once heard someone whisper that maybe Mother was giving reports to a special government agency I know that, like me, Haylee felt this all made us seem strange to anyone who witnessed our upbringing There were other twins in our community, even on our street, but they were not identical, and they seemed no different from kids who had no twins They were permitted to wear different clothes and do different things, and their mothers werent so uptight about potentially devastating personality complexes But our mother would point or nod at them and say, Look how competitive their parents have made them They enjoy making each other feel bad Youll never do that, she would add with a confident smile You will always consider each others feelings first She had no idea about what was coming, crawling along on the tails of shadows toward our home and our family as we grew older It was difficult, if not impossible, not to feel that we really were unique, and not just because we happened to be identical twins Haylee liked to think we did have special powers, and for a long time, I believed it, too We looked so alike that we could pretend we were looking in a mirror when we looked at each other In fact, we rehearsed facing each other and moving our hands to points of our faces as if we were looking into a mirror Mothers friends would roar with laughter, and Mother would look very proud when she had them over for a lunch during our younger years Theyre so perfect, shed whisper, her eyes fixed on us So perfect, down to every strand of hair She would seize our right hands and turn them up so others could see our palms and then say, Look at the lines in their hands, how exact they are in depth and length Not all identical twins are this exact, shed explain Both of us did have some sense of difference simmering inside, though, and it grew stronger, of course, as we got older, despite Mothers efforts to smother it It was destined to boil over, but in Haylee before me Mother seemed unable to imagine that She was so confident that she was right about how we would grow up and treat each other I was convinced that she truly believed that Haylee and I had the same thoughts simultaneously If one of us asked her a question, she would immediately look at the others face to see if the same question was on her mind Whether it was or not, she assumed it was Daddy never did, but she was quick to point out how we both laughed at the same things on television and looked sad at the same sad things and wondered about the same things Remarkable, she would say in a loud whisper She often surprised us like that, commenting on some ordinary thing we had done together and giving us the feeling that it wasnt ordinary after all Daddy would look at us again to see what she saw Sometimes he would nod, but most of the time, hed shrug and say, Its not unusual, Keri Kids are kids, and hed go on reading or doing whatever he had been doing More than once, I caught Mother smirking at him with great displeasure when he did that I often wondered why Daddy didnt think we were as special as Mother thought we were Did that mean he loved us less Why wasnt he as afraid of any differences we might show In fact, whenever he could, especially when Mother wasnt watching or listening, he encouraged them, and because of that, Haylee loved him But I never believed he loved her than he loved me, which was what she often claimed It wasnt easy for him to applaud our differences Keeping us similar was so important to Mother that we were hardly ever alone when we were very young It seemed she was always there hovering over us, watching carefully, eager to pounce as soon as one of us began to do something different from the other If I reached for a cracker and she saw me do it, she would hold the box out to Haylee, too I dont want one, Haylee would say You will in a moment, Mother would tell her, as if only she could know what either of us really wanted It didnt matter if Haylee wanted one just then or not She was getting one because Mother insisted If Daddy was present, he would say something like Why dont you just let them eat when theyre hungry, Keri Shes hungry, Mother would reply I know when shes hungry, Mason Do you cook for them Do you know what they like and dont like Hed put up his hands like a soldier surrendering The same rule applied to me if Haylee reached for something or wanted something, but I saved trouble by reaching for it, too As soon as I did, Mother would smile at me, her worried face opening like clouds parting for the sunshine See she would say if Daddy was there Haylee often noticed how pleased Mother was with me and looked upset It was as though she was keeping track of how many times our mother smiled at each of us, adding up the points we earned to prove whom Mother would eventually love I tried to impress her with how important it was to Mother so she wouldnt think I was doing it to make her look bad or to make myself look better, but Haylee never believed me You want her to love you , Kaylee Dont say you dont, she told me Maybe I did, but I knew Mother wouldnt let herself do that She was too strict about how she interacted with us I claimed I remembered Mother changing my diaper whenever she had to change Haylees and her doing the same for Haylee whenever she had to change mine Maybe it was something Daddy had told us, but the images were very vivid It still seemed to be true as we grew out of diapers Neither of us could wear anything fresh and clean if the other didnt If Haylee ripped something of hers and Mother was going to throw it out, shed throw out mine along with it Haylee often got her clothes and shoes dirtier than I got mine, but mine were always washed along with hers anyway How many times did Haylee have to eat when I was hungry, and how many times did I have to eat when she was hungry It got so we would check with each other in little ways before crying out, reaching out, or even walking in one direction or another If Haylee wasnt ready to go or to do something, I didnt, and the same was true for her We both knew instinctively that it was the only way we could protect ourselves from doing things we didnt want to do Mother didnt realize that we were doing this deliberately or why Instead, she would always point out our mutual requests and actions to Daddy to prove her theory that we were unusually alike Dont you see Cant you see how remarkable they are she would ask, frustrated at how calmly he took it all in Hed shrug or just say, Yes, remarkable, but I could see he wasnt as convinced about it as she was Maybe he saw how she was often causing us to do things simultaneously, but he hesitated to question her about it, even though I could see him scrunch his face in disapproval Sometimes he tried to be humorous about it and say something like Hey, Keri, guess what They only need one shadow Hed laugh after he had said something like that, but she never laughed at his jokes about us and soon he stopped trying He never really stopped complaining, though I remember Daddy claiming that I was able to stand and walk long before Haylee could but that Mother wouldnt let me He said he suspected she would push me down to crawl until Haylee took her first steps Then, and only then, would she announce our progress to him Once, when they were arguing about us, I overheard him tell her that he had seen her breastfeeding many times, one of us at each breast and stopping if one was satisfied, no matter how the other cried It has nothing to do with hunger You dont know anything when it comes to that sort of thing, Mason Youre just like any other man But from the way he kept questioning her about things she had done with us, I could tell he was growing skeptical None of that mattered to Mother, though She would act as if she didnt hear what he was saying Once he dramatically turned to the wall and complained, but she ignored him and didnt laugh at all For Daddy, it was like being on a boat that was sailing toward a storm in the distance but being unable to change direction There were just too many things Mother would do with us that annoyed him Eventually, he complained vigorously about things that he thought were serious If Haylee or I had a cold, she always gave cough medicine to both of us Daddy objected loudly to that, but Mother assured him that whichever of us seemed fine would soon catch the same cold An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, Mother declared Often, Haylee would begin to cough when I did, but I couldnt help suspecting that she was just imitating me to make Mother happy and earn those love me points Dont you see what a wonder they are Mother would say to Daddy when he didnt react enough to please her after she had told him about something we had done together Nothing seemed to frustrate her Theyre a wonder to me no matter what, he would say, but she would shake her head as if he was too thick to understand Sometimes he would try to seem excited just to please her Then he would reach to hug us I saw how he always looked to Mother first so she would see that he was going to lift us both, hold us for the same amount of time, and not favor one of us over the other with his kisses and hugs That pleased her She would smile and nod as if he had passed some sort of test Keeping the peace was obviously the most important thing to him, even important than standing up for Haylee or me if either of us did something different, something original When I was old enough to understand him , I realized that he wanted his home to be a true sanctuary, a place he could come to in order to escape the pressures and conflicts he had to endure in his work Sometimes when he came home and I was there to see him first without him knowing, I would see him close his eyes and take a deep breath, as if he had finally reached fresh air No wonder he let Mother get away with as much as she did when we were younger Of course, we had been too young to know what they said about us when they were alone, but later, when we were older, I understood that right from the beginning, Mother often instructed Daddy about how we were to be treated, especially how he was to talk to us, hold us, walk with usin short, love us Loving your children was supposed to be something that came naturally to a father or a mother It wasnt something that had to be taught I knew he thought this, but he never came out and said it, at least not in our presence Daddy never stopped trying to get Mother to loosen up when it came to us For our first birthday and every one thereafter, Mother made us each a cake so we would have the same number of candles and one of us wouldnt blow out candles than the other Dont you think youre carrying this too far Daddy would ask from time to time, especially about the birthday cakes That could set her off like a firecracker and threaten to ruin our birthday celebrations Those hands of surrender would go up, and he would step back like someone asked to step off the stage and become simply an observer, maybe a student in a class on how to treat special twins In fact, when we were old enough to understand some of what she was telling him, we would also listen at the dinner table or in the living room when she was reading to Daddy from books about bringing up identical twins She did sound like a teacher speaking to a student It wasnt as clear to us when we were very young that she was talking about us, of course Sometimes, even after we realized it, it still felt as if she was talking about other children We would sit there listening and when she paused, Daddy would look at us closely as if to confirm that we were the girls she was describing I shouldnt have been surprised at how accommodating Daddy was when it came to her instructions regarding us It wasnt easy for anyone to challenge her Mother was an A plus student in high school and college Like Daddy, she had graduated with honors When they first met, he was majoring in business, and she was heading to law school Daddy admitted that no one could research anything better than our mother Thats why she would be a very good lawyer In those early days of our upbringing, she simply overwhelmed him with facts, statistics, and psychological studies of children Shed hand him the books or the articles she had culled and tell him to read them for himself Thats all right, Keri, he would say Ill take your word for it Ive got plenty to read as it is Even so, I caught him gazing at articles from time to time, reading the sentences Mother had underlined She left them around the house deliberately, I thought, especially near where he sat When I was older, I tried to read them, too, but Haylee thought they were boring After all, they didnt have her name in them Mother knew Daddy was glancing at them at least and would make references to them when he started to question something she was doing It was enough to stop him, even in mid sentence However, they werent always arguing about us No matter what Daddy really thought about how she was raising us, both Haylee and I were always impressed with how much Daddy respected Mother and how much she admired him, at least when we were younger When she wasnt angry at him for something, she treated him as if he were a movie star who just happened to be living in our house He was a handsome, light brown haired, athletic six foot one inch man with what Mother called jewel quality crystal blue eyes, eyes that help his smile stop clocks I didnt understand what that meant, and when I didnt understand something, Haylee certainly didnt, either, although most of the time she would pretend she did just to make Mother happy and pile up those love me points How could a smile stop a clock I asked Yes, how could his smile stop a clock Haylee quickly repeated She didnt like me being first with anything, especially questions It means he is so stunning that even time itself has to pause to appreciate him, she explained, but we both still had puzzled expressions on our faces Haylee looked at me, worried that this had helped me understand but not her It hadnt We were too young yet, but Mother didnt elaborate any further, except to say, Thats why I fell in love with him I was always very particular about boyfriends She laughed and kissed us and said, Dont worry Someday youll know exactly what Im saying Both of you will have lightbulbs go off in your heads simultaneously That was her big word for us, simultaneous Everything we did had to be done at the same time, and she literally meant the exact same moment She was so positive about this and made it so important to us that we both worried that we were doing something terribly wrong if one of us did something without the other, even when she wasnt watching us Im warm, I might say, and indicate that I was going to take off my sweater I could see Haylee thinking about it Even if she wasnt warm, too, she would nod and start to take off hers And the same was true for me whenever she began to do something I hadnt thought of doing If Mother happened to see this, she would smile and kiss us as if we had done something wonderful My girls, she would say My perfect twins Haylee Kaylee, Kaylee Haylee Were we really perfect In the beginning, Haylee liked to believe it, but gradually, as we grew older, Mother let go of my perfect twins and replaced it with my perfect daughter, which made it sound as if we were halves of the same girl It was reasonable to accept that every young girl would want her mother to believe that she was perfect What Haylee never understood was that it was true for every mother except ours Ours didnt see one of us as perfect without the other How sad and troubling was the realization that substituting one word, daughter for twins, would bring about so much pain and unhappiness for Haylee and me And eventually, even for Mother herself But by then, it was far too late.From the legendary New York Times bestselling author of Flowers in the Attic and My Sweet Audrina now Lifetime movies comes the first book in a new series featuring identical twin sisters forced to act, look, and feel truly identical by a perfectionist mother For fans of Ruth Ware The Woman in Cabin 10 and Emma Donoghue Room.Alike in every single way with one dark exception As identical twins, their mother insists that everything about them be identical their clothes, their toys, their friends the number of letters in their names, Haylee Blossom Fitzgerald and Kaylee Blossom Fitzgerald If one gets a hug, the other must too If one gets punished, the other must be too Homeschooled at an early age, when the girls attend a real high school they find little ways to highlight the differences between them But when Haylee runs headfirst into the dating scene, both sisters are thrust into a world their mother never prepared them forcausing one twin to pursue the ultimate independence The one difference between the two girls may spell the difference between life and a fate worse than death Written with the taboo breaking, gothic atmosphere that V.C Andrews is loved for, The Mirror Sisters is the latest in her long line of spellbinding novels about mysterious families and tormented love. 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    • The Mirror Sisters: A Novel
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    • Format Kindle
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    • V.C Andrews
    • Anglais
    • 15 July 2016

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