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Is Anna's new BFF really her evil twin? Nothing is as it seems in this thrilling, bone-chilling new Poison Apple book! Anna's new friend, Emma, is everything Anna wants to be -- fearless, effortlessly fashionable, and always up for doing something new and fun. The girls even look alike, and soon they're fixing their hair the same way and sharing clothes. But Emma is also kin Is Anna's new BFF really her evil twin? Nothing is as it seems in this thrilling, bone-chilling new Poison Apple book! Anna's new friend, Emma, is everything Anna wants to be -- fearless, effortlessly fashionable, and always up for doing something new and fun. The girls even look alike, and soon they're fixing their hair the same way and sharing clothes. But Emma is also kind of a troublemaker. She likes to sneak off school grounds at lunch, and she doesn't seem to like Anna having any other friends. Emma never seems to get caught, but Anna does. After all, they look just alike. When Emma's sense of adventure takes a sinister turn, Anna starts to worrry. Is her mirror-image BFF a dangerous evil twin?


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Is Anna's new BFF really her evil twin? Nothing is as it seems in this thrilling, bone-chilling new Poison Apple book! Anna's new friend, Emma, is everything Anna wants to be -- fearless, effortlessly fashionable, and always up for doing something new and fun. The girls even look alike, and soon they're fixing their hair the same way and sharing clothes. But Emma is also kin Is Anna's new BFF really her evil twin? Nothing is as it seems in this thrilling, bone-chilling new Poison Apple book! Anna's new friend, Emma, is everything Anna wants to be -- fearless, effortlessly fashionable, and always up for doing something new and fun. The girls even look alike, and soon they're fixing their hair the same way and sharing clothes. But Emma is also kind of a troublemaker. She likes to sneak off school grounds at lunch, and she doesn't seem to like Anna having any other friends. Emma never seems to get caught, but Anna does. After all, they look just alike. When Emma's sense of adventure takes a sinister turn, Anna starts to worrry. Is her mirror-image BFF a dangerous evil twin?

30 review for Her Evil Twin

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kayecee Pati

    In the story, Her Evil Twin by Mimi Coy, Anna Diplao ( the main character) wishes for nothing more than to be cool, to be noticed fashion wise and to be fearless. Anna then makes a new friend, Emma Diablo who is fearless, effortlessly fashionable, and always ready for an adventure. At first it seems that Emma is doing nothing but bringing Anna out of her shell. The two girls have fun doing each others hair, going to the Cinaplex, n getting back at Anna's enemies dubbed 'the Jackals'.But Emma is In the story, Her Evil Twin by Mimi Coy, Anna Diplao ( the main character) wishes for nothing more than to be cool, to be noticed fashion wise and to be fearless. Anna then makes a new friend, Emma Diablo who is fearless, effortlessly fashionable, and always ready for an adventure. At first it seems that Emma is doing nothing but bringing Anna out of her shell. The two girls have fun doing each others hair, going to the Cinaplex, n getting back at Anna's enemies dubbed 'the Jackals'.But Emma is just as her last name depicts her to be. She ditches classes, sneaks off campus during lunch, and "borrows" spray paint. Before long Emma's actions start to take a sinister turn. Writing mocking messages on the lawns of Anna's old friends and pushing a boy, who Anna seems to like, out a window, and stealing another girl's wallet. The girls look so much a like that the incidents are pinned on Anna. No one believes Anna when she pleads innocent since no one besides her has ever laid eyes on Emma. This leads Anna to conclude the impossible possibility that her mirror-image best friend might be her evil twin. Later in the book, the author adds a twist when Anna's mom reveals that Anna used to have an imaginary friend named Emma with whom she would always cause trouble with. I believe that the characters in the story are believable because of their actions. Ditching classes, sneaking off campus, and stealing a girl's wallet are all examples of how the characters seem real. I really enjoy the mystery that the author has included in this book. I would recommend this book to those who love the suspense and mystery in stories.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ms. Yingling

    Anna is having trouble adjusting to middle school, and hanging out with her best friend Dorey doesn't help. Dorey doesn't care about being popular or about what she wears, and Anna is embarrassed to be around her. When the glamorous Jessamyn gives Anna a note to meet in a rarely used girls' bathroom, Anna is excited to be included in Jessamyn's secret group. When she agrees to take part in their initiations and "calls on the spirits" in the bathroom mirror, however, she faints. Jessamyn and her Anna is having trouble adjusting to middle school, and hanging out with her best friend Dorey doesn't help. Dorey doesn't care about being popular or about what she wears, and Anna is embarrassed to be around her. When the glamorous Jessamyn gives Anna a note to meet in a rarely used girls' bathroom, Anna is excited to be included in Jessamyn's secret group. When she agrees to take part in their initiations and "calls on the spirits" in the bathroom mirror, however, she faints. Jessamyn and her friends think that Anna is dopey, but it isn't long before Anna meets Emma, who is dangerous and cool. The two eat lunch on the roof of the school, throw balloons filled with catsup at Jessamyn, and even go off campus. Emma is a bit of a mystery, though-- she doesn't answer her phone, and is elusive about details of her life. She is also very jealous, and when Anna talks to Dorey and her new lab partner, Benny, bad things happen to them. Eventually, Anna is blamed for things that Emma is doing and starts to wonder: is Emma really her imaginary friend from childhood, and has she always been this evil? Strengths: Anna's angst about being seen with Dorey is so true to life, and this is a pleasantly creepy tale. The 6th grade girls at my school adore all of the Scholastic Apple series: Candy, Poison AND Rotten! Weaknesses: Not enough attention is given to why or how Emma has managed to manifest herself. I always appreciate a little bit of an explanation.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Hunter

    Summary: “Her Evil Twin” by Mimi McCoy. This book is about a girl named Anna. Anna and her friend Dory have a disagreement.. Then Emma Diablo steps in. When Anna is having friend issues, Emma comes in and shows her a new way to live. Emma gets Anna to do things that she would never had done in the first place, like going off school grounds to eat lunch and play. As the difficult times at school mess with Annas head, she needs to find out what's making her crazy. She faces stress. She has gotten Summary: “Her Evil Twin” by Mimi McCoy. This book is about a girl named Anna. Anna and her friend Dory have a disagreement.. Then Emma Diablo steps in. When Anna is having friend issues, Emma comes in and shows her a new way to live. Emma gets Anna to do things that she would never had done in the first place, like going off school grounds to eat lunch and play. As the difficult times at school mess with Annas head, she needs to find out what's making her crazy. She faces stress. She has gotten grounded, band, and unfriended by many. How can she fix everything? Opinion/Rating: “Her Evil Twin” by Mimi McCoy was a very intense, fun, mysterious novel. This book is great for the dialogue. The way the characters talk. In the book after Anna and Emma meet, their conversations become very interesting, “I’ve never done that before” Anna admitted “I’ve never had the nerve.” “Stick with me” Emma said “You’ll be surprised what you can do.” Another conversation they had was, “You know I keep feeling like I’ve met you somewhere before,” Anna said. “isn’t that funny? What’s your last name?” “Diablo,” Emma replied. “Cause I’m devilish. You’d better watch out.” This book has a good point of view too, it’s told in third person. The person that is telling the story, is telling it over Anna, example: “Anna shook her head, realizing how foolish she appeared. How could she not have known where her best friend lived? And why hadn’t it ever occurred to her to ask?” The theme of the story is easier to figure out towards the late, middle part of the book. The theme can be different. Like, its about friendship, trust, or even likeness. It could be friendship because, “I said, if you want I can go with you. To meet Jessamyn after school today,” Dory replied. “Oh” Anna hesitated. Jessamyn’s note didn’t say anything about bring a friend. But she and Dory always did everything together.” I give this book a five out of five stars, for being a great read. I would recommend this for girls ages 10 and up. “Her Evil Twin” By Mimi McCoy. This book is about a girl named Anna. She gets a visit from her past. After almost being humiliated. Anna had accidentally called in her imaginary friend Emma from her childhood when using a chant in a mirror. The next day after Anna almost getting sick in class runs into the hallway to take a breather. Then, like magic, Emma appears. Anna not remember who she was, thought she was a new student at first. But nothing good came from Emma. Emma got Anna to go off grounds for lunch, going to the roof of the school. Nothing good. But, it got worse. It came to Emma hurting two of Anna’s friends. Dory (Anna’s childhood friend) had her lawn say “Dorky Dory” Across it in spray paint. Anna’s mom got the call saying it was Anna who did it. Next, Benny. Benny didn’t come into school and Anna got worried. After she went to see if he was okay, he blames her for causing him to fall out his window. Causing some of his bones to break. After Anna is blamed for this monstrosity. Emma and Anna go out to lunch. And Emma offers to pay. Later, back at school, Anna gets called to the Dean’s office. Which Anna says that you only get called there for trouble. After Arriving in the office. Anna was accused for stealing one of the popular girls wallet, Jayssmen. The Dean ask to check her locker and when they do, they same pink wallet that Emma had when they went to lunch. Later after a lot of trouble and drama, Anna thinks horribly of Emma. Later she goes to the wall that Emma and Anna sprayed their names on the wall. Sure enough, Emma was there. One thing led to another, and Anna ran away from Emma. After being grounded from her parents. She knew that Dory was in danger. Anna thinks that Emma will do what she’ll have to do in order to make Anna her only best friend. So, Anna getting on a costume for the school dance that she was banned from going to, was going to go and find Dory before she gets hurt. Anna looks for Dory at the dance. As she sees some wearing the same jacket as Dory going into the old girls bathroom that supposedly started the whole thing in the first place. But when she gets in there, no one is there. Then Jayssmen and her crew come in and are ready to beat up Anna before Emma comes out of the Mirror trying to take Anna with her. But Dory comes in and pulls Anna out of her reach. And in the end, Dory and Anna become friends again, and Benny apologizes to Anna for what had happen to him. Because he thought he blamed Anna because he thought that because of the fall that he saw something totally different but he didn’t. To sum up. the book about a girl that gets a visit from her past and ruins Anna’s life from friends to school to her family. But she fights back and with the help of her best friend, she defeats the girl from Anna’s past and they become friends and things slowly turn back to normal for Anna.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine Kaur

    This book has an engaging story. This book has a compelling moral i.e, "Never make evil of anybody ..., It hurts you too". At the beginning of the story, we don't know why Anna was glanced up in classroom ? Nothing is as it seems arouse in this book, "A POISON APPLE". In school Anna has a best friend named Dory. She is very nice and innocent girl, but a strange event occur in the story, Anna met a new a best friend named Emma . Emma is a fashionable and adventurous girl , She always want to do n This book has an engaging story. This book has a compelling moral i.e, "Never make evil of anybody ..., It hurts you too". At the beginning of the story, we don't know why Anna was glanced up in classroom ? Nothing is as it seems arouse in this book, "A POISON APPLE". In school Anna has a best friend named Dory. She is very nice and innocent girl, but a strange event occur in the story, Anna met a new a best friend named Emma . Emma is a fashionable and adventurous girl , She always want to do new thing and have fun . Anna is everything to do fearless. Emma is also a kind of trouble maker Girl , she doesn't like that Anna has any other friend thats'y she broke the Anna and Dory's friendship. She always want to steak off Ground at lunch. Anna seems to get caught, but Enna never. When Emma is going to take an adventure, she take a sinister turn. Anna get worried. The question arise here, Is Emma a dangerous evil twin of Anna ?..

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amara Tanith

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I did not enjoy this one. The mythology is a bit muddled, which normally I'd pardon if not for all my other complaints about the book. (The "evil twin" in question is a trouble-making/vengeful doppelganger but not a death omen, an imaginary friend made corporeal, and a creature from the other side of an old mirror. Pick a lane?) The main character is deeply unsympathetic; she only has one friend, and it's clear why. She's a fairly mean little girl who abandons her not-good-enough, dorky friend wh I did not enjoy this one. The mythology is a bit muddled, which normally I'd pardon if not for all my other complaints about the book. (The "evil twin" in question is a trouble-making/vengeful doppelganger but not a death omen, an imaginary friend made corporeal, and a creature from the other side of an old mirror. Pick a lane?) The main character is deeply unsympathetic; she only has one friend, and it's clear why. She's a fairly mean little girl who abandons her not-good-enough, dorky friend who doesn't "get" middle school at the first opportunity, and she only really seems to learn her lesson after her dorky friend saves her life. People shouldn't have to save your life for you to treat them nicely? The conflict of the story--that being the relationship between the main character and her "evil twin"--is a little too real compared to what I think is appropriate for this grade level, honestly. As a damn near spot-on representation of an abusive relationship (albeit a platonic, non-familial one), it was pretty distressing to read. Like with the muddled mythology, this is something I could've overlooked in a book that didn't make so many stumbles; as it is, it just all came together for a rather unpleasant reading experience. But the part that honestly almost made me put the book down was the genuinely offensive misappropriation of psychology to try to raise the stakes of the book. It's abusive and ableist and fucking gross, and I'll just set up the circumstances quickly before plunking in the offending excerpt: At this point in the story, the main character, Anna, has gotten in trouble with her school's dean over things that her friend, Emma, did. Since Emma isn't actually a student, everyone thinks Anna did it and is making up an elaborate lie about another person to avoid trouble. (Emma also explicitly arranged this to try to isolate Anna such that Anna will have no choice but to be her friend and hers alone, which is a very authentic and truly terrifying tactic of real-world abusers.) The school then calls Anna's mother, and we get this lovely bit: "The school counselor believes she may have a conduct disorder," her mother was saying. "What does that mean, exactly? A conduct disorder?" Anna's father asked. "It's considered an early sign of criminal behavior." Her mother's voice was strained. "The counselor said that if she continues with these kinds of problems, it's likely she'll be expelled. She could end up in juvenile detention." Mrs. Dipalo was silent for a moment. "The counselor said children with conduct disorders can grow up to be sociopaths." On the last word her voice cracked. Anna could tell that she was crying. A sociopath? Like a crazy person? Anna didn't want to hear any more. ME NEITHER, ANNA. What the actual fuck was Mimi McCoy thinking, writing that? What the fuck were her editors thinking when they failed to get rid of it? What the fuck were her publishers thinking, letting that shit go into a book marketed toward little girls? This little girl supposedly stole something from the school bully, and so she clearly has a conduct disorder, is on the road to expulsion, and will grow up to be a sociopath? What the fuck is wrong with Mimi McCoy? My fucking head is spinning. I'm legit furious. The rest of this book could've been fucking golden, and I honestly would've probably fucking hated it just for that bit another. "Mom and dad don't believe me" is a valid worry for a children's book; "mom and dad think I have a diagnosable and untreatable mental illness" is fucking not, and this is a truly offensive portrayal of how mental health and behavioral issues in children should be handled/treated in the first place. Don't give this shit to your kids.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Camy

    Have you've ever done a dare just to become popular? And betry your best friend for someone better? Well that happend to Anna.The genre for this book is realistic fiction and fantasy because this can happen to a school girl and I'm not sure if a ghost comming out from a mirror is real or not. I liked this book since i havent read it since 3rd grade and I'm happy I got to reread it. The setting of the story is in a school since Anna is having most of her problems in school time with sometimes th Have you've ever done a dare just to become popular? And betry your best friend for someone better? Well that happend to Anna.The genre for this book is realistic fiction and fantasy because this can happen to a school girl and I'm not sure if a ghost comming out from a mirror is real or not. I liked this book since i havent read it since 3rd grade and I'm happy I got to reread it. The setting of the story is in a school since Anna is having most of her problems in school time with sometimes they switch of to her house. Anna and her friend Dory both wanted to be popular so they did a dare these girls told them to do but the dare had only ment to be for Anna not Dory so then Anna did it by herself and a person came out of the mirror and soon she made a new friend who seems to knows Anna well and they soon became friends Anna didnt know that her "new friend" came from another world is her twin but from a diffrent world so then Anna fought with her "evil" twin then aftr all that Anna and Dory became friends again and her twin back to were she belongs.The conflict for this story is person vs. person since Anna had to fight with her twin.Anna who is the main character of the story and Emma is her twin and Dory is her best friend. I wish that the book would have like a dramatic part of the book like the climax like maybe when Anna was sending her twin back to the other world maybe the twin would grab her by the leg or arm and pull her to the other world.The structure of this book was cool I liked the cover of the book to show how Anna her twin would look like and you can visual how they would look in the problem.I was surprised when Anna would betry Dory she could've at least invited her to the things that Anna and Emma did.The characters Anna and Emma are different because Emma even thought she acts like Anna and they like the same things they have totally different personalities.The character changed when Emma and Anna started to hang out and Anna started to turn bad. I thought the plot of the story as great with two people who look like each other.I give this book an

  7. 4 out of 5

    Glitter

    I think that this book is amazing and fun to read at 11:00 in the night

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gabriela Bobadilla

    Really like this book!!!!!! It is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    A-ma-zing. Mind blowing!!! Back in the good old days of 5th grade, my best friend started reading the Poison Apple Books and recommended them to me. I read one and feel in love! Then we started reading the following books together, kind of like a secret book club. And it was amazing! I’d read them every night (bad idea) and wouldn’t be able to sleep. Very dumb, but it’s like a nice memory I have, sitting in my bed and peeking inside my closet for ghosts. Hahahahha. My best friend and I ended up A-ma-zing. Mind blowing!!! Back in the good old days of 5th grade, my best friend started reading the Poison Apple Books and recommended them to me. I read one and feel in love! Then we started reading the following books together, kind of like a secret book club. And it was amazing! I’d read them every night (bad idea) and wouldn’t be able to sleep. Very dumb, but it’s like a nice memory I have, sitting in my bed and peeking inside my closet for ghosts. Hahahahha. My best friend and I ended up going our separate ways (long story involving betrayal, selfishness and popularity), but reading these books is the one thing both of us still remember and treasure.

  10. 4 out of 5

    karlie ✧・゚: *✧

    I absolutely LOVED this book when I was younger, but had to re-read for a class and I don't know what I was thinking. Mimi McCoy is an amazing writer, but this book is just not for me the second time around at least. The main character, Anna, is awful. She's so rude to her best friend and ends up abandoning her. Emma was even more enjoyable in my opinion. This book has an interesting plot and does hold your attention and the ending was interesting but I just did not like this book. I found the c I absolutely LOVED this book when I was younger, but had to re-read for a class and I don't know what I was thinking. Mimi McCoy is an amazing writer, but this book is just not for me the second time around at least. The main character, Anna, is awful. She's so rude to her best friend and ends up abandoning her. Emma was even more enjoyable in my opinion. This book has an interesting plot and does hold your attention and the ending was interesting but I just did not like this book. I found the characters very annoying.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Veena

    MY CHILDHOOD!!!!!!!!!! This is literally the series that I spent hours on end reading when I was in my early elementary years. Her evil twin was the first book I read from the poison apple series; it got me into reading even while all the other children's books bored me. I recommend this series to anyone. Hell, I'm probably going to reread it just for the nostalgia. MY CHILDHOOD!!!!!!!!!! This is literally the series that I spent hours on end reading when I was in my early elementary years. Her evil twin was the first book I read from the poison apple series; it got me into reading even while all the other children's books bored me. I recommend this series to anyone. Hell, I'm probably going to reread it just for the nostalgia.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Liberty Arrow

    This was a reread for me; I read this back when I was younger. Even rereading it, I can confidently say that this is probably the strangest middle-grade book I’ve ever read. Throughout the story, you’re constantly wondering if this mysterious Emma girl is all in Anna’s head or if she’s actually a ghost that’s haunting her. The beginning of chapter 9 used to give me nightmares, and it still is really unsettling for a children’s book. Very intriguing, very bizarre, but overall an interesting read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    The Soul Trapped in The book

    I really really really liked this book when I read it 8 years back and I still like it. I remember how curious this book made me back then . I was so eager to finish it 😍😍 if given a chance I would definitely read it again 💯

  14. 5 out of 5

    Reese

    It is really good I finished in a day I loved it!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rachael

    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Crazy_smiler

    This was between a 2 or 3. It made me think of Emma and Me which Emma is also the name in this book. It was alright. Perhaps if read when young it would be better.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Janell

    I’m trynna read it but I don’t know how to

  18. 4 out of 5

    manni

    I remember this one was legitimately creepy...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jas

    THIS WAS MY FAVORITE CHILDHOOD BOOK OH MY GOD NOTBING WILL EVER TOP IT PERIODT

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amerah Walker

    I want to read it let me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Eli Salazar

    ***Spoiler Alert*** "No!" Dory yelled, tugging at Anna with all her might. " You can't have her!" The genre of this book is drama. I like this book because I've always wondered what it was like to have an evil twin. The setting takes place during school hours. Jessamyn, Kima and Lauren asked Anna to meet them at the old girls bathroom behind the gym one day after school. And I went to the old girls bathroom behind the gym after school with Dory her best friend. They asked Anna and Dory if they ***Spoiler Alert*** "No!" Dory yelled, tugging at Anna with all her might. " You can't have her!" The genre of this book is drama. I like this book because I've always wondered what it was like to have an evil twin. The setting takes place during school hours. Jessamyn, Kima and Lauren asked Anna to meet them at the old girls bathroom behind the gym one day after school. And I went to the old girls bathroom behind the gym after school with Dory her best friend. They asked Anna and Dory if they wanted to be part of the secret club, they said yes. To get into the club they have to do an initiation and that was to call on the spirits. Anna swore she saw something in the mirror and she fainted. Jessamyn, Kima and Lauren ran out of the bathroom screaming. A few days later in science class they had to dissect frogs and while they were doing that Anna looked sick so she went to the nurse. While she was walking out of the classroom going to the nurse she saw a girl. They started chitchatting and Anna skip class with the girl (Emma). After that they were best friends and Anna stopped hanging out with Dory. One day Anna and Emma went to go eat lunch off of campus and Emma said she would pay for it. Emma had a wallet that was pink. Anna thought it was strange because it didn't really suit Emma. When they came back they heard that Jessamyn's wallet had been stolen. Anna was accused of stealing it because she was by Jessamyn's locker. The dean checked her locker and there it was. It was the same wallet the Emma had. Anna had all types of questions. Anna explained to the dean what happened she brought up Emma. And The Dean said she would look her up but there was no student named Emma Diablo in the school. Anna was so confused.The Dean had to call Anna's parents and and her mom remembered that she had imaginary friend named Emma. Anna had been suspended for one week in school. And that meant she couldn't go to the Halloween party. Also her parents grounded her for a whole month. Anna knew that Emma would do something bad to Dory because Emma wanted Anna all to herself. Anna had to sneak out of the house to save Dory. She saw Dory going into the old girls bathroom behind the gym but then she couldn't find her in there. Then Jessamyn, Kima and Lauren came in after they saw Anna go into the bathroom because they knew she wouldn't supposed to be there. Then Dory came in because she saw Jessamyn, Kima and Lauren go in after Anna. Emma was in the mirror and she said to Anna to come with her. Anna grab Emma's hand and she was going to the mirror then she realized that she was taking her into her world and was trying to get out of Emma's grip then she felt hands on her waist and pull her back. It was Dory. Anna smashed the mirror and Emma was gone. The conflict was person vs person because Emma and Anna were one person. I think this theme is don't let new friends get in the way of your old friends friendship. I think that because during a point Anna just started to ignore Dory her Best Friend because she starting hanging out with Emma. The title relates to the book because Emma was a bad influence so she is the evil twin. The author built tension when Emma is in the mirror and she's taking Anna because we don't know if she's going to be strong enough and take Anna into her world in and Anna might be stuck in there or if someone can save her. The author builds tension when Jessamyn's wallet was stollen and it was found in Anna's locker. My favorite part was when Anna was really to take the risk to save Dory if Emma try to hurt Dory. That was my favorite part because to me it meant that she still cared about her best friend even if it seem like she didn't seem like it. I was surprised when Emma's name didn't show up as if she was a student. I was surprised because Emma was always in the school if she was in the student than what was she? (I found out later) I give this book 4 out of 5 because I didn't expect half of the things that happened. I recommend this book too people who like mystery and suspenseful books. A memorable impression of the book is when Anna said "That's right, Emma, she thought. Eat your heart out. Then she slammed the door shut." because to me it means that she's not scared of her no more.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Collins

    I'm an adult in this was my favorite book out of the poison apple series I'm an adult in this was my favorite book out of the poison apple series

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ronah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was confused throughout the whole story whether Emma was real or not but at least she wasn't just a figment of Anna's imagination but that would be interesting too. Girl really came out of the mirror. I was confused throughout the whole story whether Emma was real or not but at least she wasn't just a figment of Anna's imagination but that would be interesting too. Girl really came out of the mirror.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Katie Fitzgerald

    Her Evil Twin is the sixth book in the Poison Apple series, and the second written by Mimi McCoy. It's the story of Anna Dipalo, who is in middle school, and is growing somewhat tired of her dorky best friend, Dory, who isn't quite on the level of the other girls in their grade just yet. As she feels herself drifting away from Dory, Anna makes friends with a mysterious new girl named Emma Diablo, who seems like the friend she has always wanted. She might live a bit more dangerously than Anna wou Her Evil Twin is the sixth book in the Poison Apple series, and the second written by Mimi McCoy. It's the story of Anna Dipalo, who is in middle school, and is growing somewhat tired of her dorky best friend, Dory, who isn't quite on the level of the other girls in their grade just yet. As she feels herself drifting away from Dory, Anna makes friends with a mysterious new girl named Emma Diablo, who seems like the friend she has always wanted. She might live a bit more dangerously than Anna would like - climbing the school roof, stealing spray paint, and ditching class - but there is something really exciting about hanging out with her anyway. That is, until Emma becomes possessive and starts trying to sabotage Anna's entire life by committing crimes and framing Anna for them. Then Anna begins to suspect that Emma might be more than just a bad girl. She might actually be her evil twin! Of the entire series thus far, this book has the most sophisticated and creative plot. Though evil twins are stock characters from whom readers expect certain things, this book goes beyond a simple regurgitation of soap opera or horror movie plot lines. Rather, this evil twin story incorporates details from the past and present and creates a chillingly unclear line between reality and imagination. It also appeals to the importance of friendship to middle school girls, and uses a horror story to show how a seemingly exciting and appealing new friendship can be toxic to old friendships if handled badly. Mimi McCoy's writing stands out as the best in this series, because she takes things beyond the superficial level and uses the horror genre to tell stories about life in middle school that are both fantastical and true to life. My favorite of the series so far, without a doubt.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Valerie Torres

    Title: Her Evil Twin Author: Mimi McCoy Genre: Mystery and Supsense In Her Evil Twin,A girl named Anna Diplao is having trouble fitting in Middle School. She wishes to be cool, fearless, and fashion wise. Anna then makes a new friend name Emma Diablo, who is everything Anna wants to be. It looks like Emma is trying to bring Anna out of her shell, but Emma is just as her last name depicts her to be. Emma ditches school, sneaks of campus, and also "borrows" spray paint. Her actions start to get o Title: Her Evil Twin Author: Mimi McCoy Genre: Mystery and Supsense In Her Evil Twin,A girl named Anna Diplao is having trouble fitting in Middle School. She wishes to be cool, fearless, and fashion wise. Anna then makes a new friend name Emma Diablo, who is everything Anna wants to be. It looks like Emma is trying to bring Anna out of her shell, but Emma is just as her last name depicts her to be. Emma ditches school, sneaks of campus, and also "borrows" spray paint. Her actions start to get out of hand when she stealing another girl"s wallet, spray painting on lawns, and pushing a boy who Anna has a crush on. They look so much alike, who could tell the difference? No one believes Anna when she pleads as innocent because no one has ever laid eyes on Emma.This leaves Anna thinking that her mirror-image friend might be her evil twin. I can relate to Anna because i am also trying to get out my shell and be a bit more confident in school. I understand Anna when she is trying hard to be like Emma which makes me think of me and my friend. I try to be as Confident like my friend too. But i am trying to find a way to get out of my shell just like Anna. I love this book because of the the mystery and suspense. I was amazed of Anna and how she grew to become a stronger character throughout the book. The characters actions are very believeable because of their actions. My favorite part is when Anna grew out of her shell and became more confiendent. My least favorite is when everyone kept blamming Anna for Emma"s bad actions. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a mystery, horror, and suspense. This book is full of suprises and drama so i rate this book a 5/5.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Joelle

    This is a cute read involving a teenage school girl who is not the most social student on the latter with a best friend who some might consider nerdy. She is left a note to meet in a girls bathroom and the click that she always wanted to be part of invites her to be part of there secret group.Once doing the deed to become part of there little secret group she then meets Emma who is daring and lives outside the box. She then gets the girl involved in all sorts of chaos and the disappears leaving This is a cute read involving a teenage school girl who is not the most social student on the latter with a best friend who some might consider nerdy. She is left a note to meet in a girls bathroom and the click that she always wanted to be part of invites her to be part of there secret group.Once doing the deed to become part of there little secret group she then meets Emma who is daring and lives outside the box. She then gets the girl involved in all sorts of chaos and the disappears leaving her to foot the bill. Then all of a sudden she ditches her best friend and all kind of things start happening to her friends including the girls in the click she that she has always wanted to be part of but, is now at war with and all the thing happening she is being accused of and never doing any of it. She goes on to discover and learn what sinister spirit or whatever is after all those she loves and learning that a childhood imaginary friend might be involved....She gets down to business to solve the mystery. Cute fun read with several laughs and enjoyable book part of a Poison Apple series and in rated for Teens.Character where likeable and hate able at the same time and have that back drop feeling what all goes on in a Teenagers life with there ups and downs and there woes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Steven R. McEvoy

    This is the sixth installment in the new series, Poison Apple Books from Scholastic. This series keeps getting better and better with each book. And if it is anything little its little sister Candy Apple Books, we are in for many, many, more good reads. But back to the book at hand. Mimi McCoy who wrote the debut book in this series is back again and this time she has moved from a ghost story to a true haunting. Anna has always wanted to be part of the 'in crowd' at school. She gets a note one da This is the sixth installment in the new series, Poison Apple Books from Scholastic. This series keeps getting better and better with each book. And if it is anything little its little sister Candy Apple Books, we are in for many, many, more good reads. But back to the book at hand. Mimi McCoy who wrote the debut book in this series is back again and this time she has moved from a ghost story to a true haunting. Anna has always wanted to be part of the 'in crowd' at school. She gets a note one day telling her to come to the old washroom after school, and that she has been chosen. So she does. To join the group she must go through an initiation, but when she does, something from her past seems to be unleashed. Soon she has a new best friend that she is spending all her time with. She drops her long-time best friend, and soon her life is spinning out of control. Can she figure out what is really going on? Can she get help, or will her life unravel completely? This book is one of the best in the series - very compelling and an addictive read. I could not put it down and I read it in one sitting. Great book in a great series. Read the review on my blog Book Reviews and More. And with links to reviews of other books in the series.

  28. 5 out of 5

    tori campbell

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Is Anna's new BFF really her evil twin? big shocker: this is my my poison apple book, at least by Mimi McCoy. Anna's best friend, Emma, is a troublemaker.and from cutting class to playing pranks on the popular girls, this is made very,VERY clear. but no sweat, Anna always gets the blame. I mean, their so similar, only THEY can tell each other apart. but is that REALLY why? or is it because Emma isn't REAL? when Emma's mischief goes to far,Anna must find out before it's too late. anyways, this is Is Anna's new BFF really her evil twin? big shocker: this is my my poison apple book, at least by Mimi McCoy. Anna's best friend, Emma, is a troublemaker.and from cutting class to playing pranks on the popular girls, this is made very,VERY clear. but no sweat, Anna always gets the blame. I mean, their so similar, only THEY can tell each other apart. but is that REALLY why? or is it because Emma isn't REAL? when Emma's mischief goes to far,Anna must find out before it's too late. anyways, this is a very clever story and I must admit this one thing: the plot twist is MIND-BLOWING! after Anna is in trouble for Emma's mischief (for what? the 3rd, 4th, 5TH TIME?) she realizes something that should have dawned on her the FIRST TIME she got into trouble: Emma is, in fact, NOT REAL, and is Anna's imaginary friend. if I hade read it from the beginning to end first, I would have been DEAD because of my mind having been blown. overall, AWESOME!!!!!!!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ple18

    I recommend for twins to read this book if they think there sister is a mean person :D. I think my sister sometimes so mean when she is so bossy sometimes. Sometimes I like my sister sometimes I don't. This book is not really about the two girl on the cover book are really sister but it tells about Anna's BFF that looks like her but evil. When I first saw this book I thought they were twins but no.This book talks about when Anna first meet Emma, they look alike so then they started to became goo I recommend for twins to read this book if they think there sister is a mean person :D. I think my sister sometimes so mean when she is so bossy sometimes. Sometimes I like my sister sometimes I don't. This book is not really about the two girl on the cover book are really sister but it tells about Anna's BFF that looks like her but evil. When I first saw this book I thought they were twins but no.This book talks about when Anna first meet Emma, they look alike so then they started to became good friends and then started to fix their hair the same way, and shared clothes with each other. Sometimes they are good best friends sometimes they not really great best friends. If you want to know more about this book U guys should read it! Good book for twins or best friends.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ameya

    Why is her twin so evil? When Anna gives up her soul so to speak to be in with the in-crowd, it has unforeseen consequences for her. She is required to give up everyone else she is close to and the in-crowd that she is not remotely close to, and then terrible things start happening. Not only does she find she has an alter-ego but this alternate self does only horrible things. I don’t think, given this title, I have given away any spoilers. The possibilities that raise themselves are all given: an Why is her twin so evil? When Anna gives up her soul so to speak to be in with the in-crowd, it has unforeseen consequences for her. She is required to give up everyone else she is close to and the in-crowd that she is not remotely close to, and then terrible things start happening. Not only does she find she has an alter-ego but this alternate self does only horrible things. I don’t think, given this title, I have given away any spoilers. The possibilities that raise themselves are all given: an imaginary friend or a haunting. However, despite a romping read, the ending is left without a plausible resolution. Who or what is her twin? And why is her twin so evil? This is never explained.

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