A rich, absorbing novel that explores the drive for creativity and the dynamics of family.Peas in a pod. Cherries on a stem. A pair, a set, a perfect match, people seemed to so quickly think . . . as if twins were a tribe of two with a secret understanding, existing in a self-contained, mysterious world . . .'Growing up, the Marshall twins seemed to be ideal siblings. Yet when you're so akin to someone else, who are you, really?Candy discovers a gift for music, yet in nearly every aspect of her life, Jeff is there - pre-empting, mirroring. To work out who she genuinely is, Candy begins to believe she must separate from her brother for good. But at what cost?Taking us into the world of grotty student flats, firey politicos, eating disorders, and the convolutions of sexuality and first love, this is a beautifully written novel.