The Phantom Twin

The Phantom Twin

Isabel and Jane are the Extraordinary Peabody Sisters, conjoined twins in a traveling carnival freak show—until an ambitious surgeon tries to separate them and fails, causing Jane's death.

Isabel has lost an arm and a leg but gained a ghostly companion: Her dead twin is now her phantom limb. Haunted, altered, and alone for the first time, can Isabel build a new life that's truly her own?

Title:The Phantom Twin
ISBN:9781626729247
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  • Jasmine from How Useful It Is

    This graphic novel was a fantastic read! I liked the realistic ways with sisters, how they sometimes argue and other times get along. I enjoyed the humor. The love story is cute. It's interesting to f...

  • Cristina Monica

    This is sad. It has its beautiful moments but there is so much misfortune, more than necessary, I think. It has a melancholy atmosphere from start to finish that, I admit, calmed me quite a bit. Its i...

  • ?Brithanie Faith?

    3.5/5 stars rounded up ⭐⭐⭐.5Early copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Phantom Twin was a gentle reminder that I need to read more graphic novels, because I alway...

  • Candace Robinson

    Graphic novels are always iffy for me because I feel like I need more, but I really like this one! Especially the carnival setting!The drawings were also beautiful and easy to follow along with the so...

  • Rod Brown

    A book that feels like it started with a clever title (punning on phantom limb) and then worked hard to backfill a story to fit. I hadn't read the back cover so I did not realize it was about conjoine...

  • Chad

    Meh. The story of two conjoined twins that work in a carnival side show. At a certain point, the pushy one of the two forces them to have an operation to separate. Now the introverted sister of the tw...

  • Jessica

    Not sure how to feel about this. It's a very cool concept, and the art is very good. But I . . . struggled with the characters. I feel like there were far too many mean or just plain unreliable people...

  • Sheila Goicea

    I received a finished copy of this book from the publisher, First Second, in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! In no way does this affect my rating or review.Content Warning: Exploitation, Dea...

  • Lost in Book Land

    Hello Again,It's been kind of a weird time (not just like the new weird with the virus) just a weird time where even when I can sleep in I am not (not for lack of trying, but something, most likely my...

  • Carmen

    Isabel and Jane were identical twins that were born connected at the torso. Sold to the traveling freak show carnival owner by their parents, their new guardian forced them to become the “Siamese Tw...