Jacob Have I Loved

Jacob Have I Loved
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Age Range
12+
Release Date
October 22, 1980
ISBN
0690040784
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An Intrigue at First Site.
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Reader reviewed by Madelyn

Jacob Have I Loved is definetely an intriguing book that leaves you hanging! You wonder what happened to the girl and her family in the end. This book is not a romantic story, though it looks so from the title. I actually thought the same thing when I first saw it.This book is about two twin girls. One is talented and loved, and the other {the main character} feels like people notice her sister more, and love her sister more. Even at their birth, her sister gets more attention! Jacob Have I Loved is a great book for people who love a fullfilling book that really gets you in tune with the character!!
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Best Book ever!
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Reader reviewed by Bria

This is the book that i base all other books on. I love this book. It is a great book. You really begin to care about the readers of this novel. This story is a great story with references to World War II. It is a great book and is a must read for all readers. This book does a really good job of talking about the charachters and the culture of this society.
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Romans 9:13
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Reader reviewed by stella

Romans 9:13 "Jacob Have I Loved, but Esau Have I Hated"

this book is about a girl named Louise. ever since from birth, she has been casted in teh shadows of her twim sister Caroline. now at their adolences age, Louise decides she wants to make something of herself but Caroline of course gets in her way. instead, wiht teh help of a family friend, caroline is sent to a baording school and louse is left at home to deal with her abussive grandmother, patient mother and water-loving dad. how will louise break herself away from her sister's shadow?

this is a great read. although it's a slow start, the book turns out to be interesting enough. i would recommend it to anyone ages 12+.
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my favorite book
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Reader reviewed by chick box

jacob have i loved is set in the 1940's. it is about a girl named Louise and her twin sister Caroline. Caroline is like the perfect person. shes beautiful, a talented musician and a very kind girl. Louise cant help but feel like she is always in her shadow. Louise is the complete oppisite. How can she break free from her sisters shadow and be her own person?
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Great Book! :)
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Reader reviewed by Jamie

This is a really good book I loved it from the start!

Louise hates her sister. Everyone is dazzled by her lovely, talented, and delicate twin, while the dark, Louise--who prefers rough outdoor work--struggles with her feelings of jealousy. Louise comes to accept her feelings when she is finally appreciated for herself, rather than compared to her sister
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