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By Bari Wood Jack Geasland | Comments: ( 522 ) | Date: ( Nov 21, 2019 )

They were married in the wombDoctors David and Michael Ross Incredibly handsome, brilliant, successful Mirror images Except one was masterful, aggressive, ruthless the other gentle, decent, giving They shared everything even their sexual conquests They switched identities for pleasure, for profit, for spite And to the woman who loved one and feared the other, tThey were married in the wombDoctors David and Michael Ross Incredibly handsome, brilliant, successful Mirror images Except one was masterful, aggressive, ruthless the other gentle, decent, giving They shared everything even their sexual conquests They switched identities for pleasure, for profit, for spite And to the woman who loved one and feared the other, they were at first a mystery she knew she must solve, and then a force she desperately tried to fight But no one except themselves knew the whole truth in its full shattering horror.Twins is a spellbinding novel of the bizarre lives and shocking deaths of twin doctors bound together by than brotherly love, damned together to a private hell of unspeakable obsessions Made into the motion picture Dead Ringers by David Cronenberg.


  • Title: Twins
  • Author: Bari Wood Jack Geasland
  • ISBN: 9780451121165
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

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Comments Twins

  • Comus

    You know, sometimes you just really want to read a novel about incredibly handsome codependent twin gynecologists who sleep with their patients and each other's lovers and each other, and descend into the depths of barbiturate addiction, and shit in chairs, and eventually commit murder-suicide. And when you want to read that novel, Twins is there for you.


  • S. M.

    I was only made aware of this novel after reading a book about David Cronenberg’s films. A book that inspired “Dead Ringers” you say? Better yet, real life twin drug-addicted gynecologists that inspired said book? I knew I had to read this. Of course I went in figuring it would probably be sensationalist entertainment and little more. Is the prose great? Not really. Is it weirdly engrossing and easy to read? Yes. Despite a few problems (one being the homophobic attitudes and slurs…but th [...]


  • Carrie

    Checked this one out because it was the iinspiration for the movie "Dead Ringers". This book is so trashy. Delightfully so at times, but yeah. (I'd call this a 2.75 star book. I read the whole thing on the toilet over several months. It doesn't deserve any better bookshelf than teetering on top of the towel rack.)


  • Maria

    What a wonderful book. I really loved this book and I would read it again! Brilliant!


  • Paul

    A very naughty guilty pleasure -- I can see how it captured David Cronenberg's attention.


  • Surreysmum

    [These notes were made in 1990:]. Splashed all over the cover of this paperback is the title (Dead Ringers) of the Cronenberg film made from the novel -- a film I did not see, though I like Jeremy Irons. I was no further than a few pages into it, though, when I realized that I had read this book, or at least skimmed enthralled and horrified through it, in the late seventies. It is essentially the story of the enslavement of one twin -- I guess you could call him the "good" twin, Michael -- by hi [...]


  • Andreana

    The idea of this book is much cooler than the book itself. The characters were whining all the time and it seemed like it dragged on forever. I guess I am immune to the shock value of incestual twins. I've read to much shock/horror fiction when I was a teenager. Don't get me wrong, it's an alright bookbut I don't exactly understand why someone would think it was great enough to make into a film.


  • Fishface

    Terrible, and terribly Seventies, novel of murder, sexual excess and abandonment issues revolving around a set of twin doctors. Based -- very, very loosely -- on the lives of Cyril and Stewart Marcus, who you also saw immortalized by David Cronenberg and Jeremy Irons in DEAD RINGERS.


  • Michaël Wertenberg

    Disapointing. I was a huge fan of the movie so I thought I would be of the book as well, but, alas, that was not the case. It sets up a good premise but does not go far enough, focusing on drug addiction and little more.


  • So Fi

    one of the more bizarre things i've ever read that wasn't art


  • Olga

    read this book a long time ago. It was creepy and disgusting but very interesting.


  • Gregg Zwillling MD

    great book! Took me places i didn't know i could go!


  • Veronica Harris

    (A)


  • Kaethe

    I read this after seeing the movie, because I do that. Sometimes I read the book instead of seeing the movie. Anyway, it's true crime, and not quite as disturbing as David Cronenberg's film.


  • Carmen

    3.5 stars. Strange and disturbing.


  • Lise

    I loved this book. A morbid tale about destructive passion between identical twins.


  • Flora

    The book on which "Dead Ringers" is loosely based. Cronenberg didn't need to credit this; it has as little relationship to his ingenious film as Yanni to Mozart.


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