Mary Carter is an engaging author who can draw you completely into the story. She makes her characters realistic and dimensional and the storyline fascinating. Her grasp of the Deaf community was amazing and made me assumed that she must have been Deaf herself. Instead, I discovered she was a certified American Sign Language Interpreter.
I really enjoyed the story of the twins and their road to discovery. I personally didn't care for their childhood story, though, which made me not like the ending as much as I wanted to. My reasoning lies with the same thoughts as Lacey's mother had - they were just toddlers. However, with that said, this still is a good read.
Parental note: Some offensive language and sexual content.