Simone has been raised as a dancer, but she hates performing. Hannah loves nothing more than dance, but her parents see it as just a hobby. When the two girls meet for the first time at age fifteen, they choreograph a plan to switch places and change the role that dance plays in their lives. Yet fooling their friends and family is more challenging than either girl expected. And when someone threatens to reveal the truth, it could cost the sisters everything. In this clever twist on the twin-swap story, Robyn Bavati delivers a poignant tale about changing your fateone step at a time. Praise for Robyn Bavati's Dancing in the Dark:An excellent debut novel.School Library Journal . . . teens from all backgrounds will recognize the family conflicts and the pull of a forbidden passion.Booklist
Paperback, 312 pages
Published on November 8, 2013 by Flux
ISBN-10: 0738734810
ISBN-13: 9780738734811
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  • lizspbishops
    lizspbishopsMonday, November 30, 2015 at 4:49 pm55 stars
    This book has a beautiful story within it. It's about how Two twins get separated but later on find each other again. And they think about swapping places with each other. I love this book a lot!