Whiskey and Charlie by Annabel Smith

I purchased this book from Wal-Mart to read. All opinions are my own. 🌟🌟🌟🌟 Whiskey and Charlie by Annabel Smith. Whiskey and Charlie (born William and Charlie) are twins born in England, named after Princes and couldn’t have been closer until those competitive teen years. In younger years they used walkie talkies and spoke to one another in two-way alphabet they were taught by a guy in the American Air Force. When the family moves to Austrailia things begin to get awkward for Charlie, he feels like his twin brother Whiskey is the favored brother better at everything except Golf. As the boys get older the rift grows and grows until one day Charlie recieved a phone call Whiskey was in a horrible accident and is in a coma. For months Charlie struggles to hold his life together, control his anger, and deal with strange family issues that continue to pop up. He attempts to understand what’s going on with Whiskey’s medical care until everything become too complicated. The guilt he feels over the silly fight he’s had with his twin 10 years ago becomes too much for Charlie to bear if Whiskey doesn’t wake up he will never get to make amends. I cried, I laughed, I felt everything Charlie was feeling as it was happening in the book. There was not a moment when I thought that was unrealistic or that was not the appropriate emotional response. The feelings in this book were real. Review also posted on Instagram @borenbooks, Library Thing, Amazon, Twitter @jason_stacie, Goodreads/StacieBoren, and my blog at readsbystacie.com

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