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This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve it by citing reliable sources. Tagged since September 2009. It may require cleaning up to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Tagged since September 2009. Identical   Author(s) Ellen Hopkins Country United States Language English Genre(s) Young adult Publisher Margaret K. McElderry Publication date August 26, 2008 ISBN ISBN 1416950052 OCLC Number 173243703 LC Classification PZ7.5.H67 Ide 2008 Identical is Ellen Hopkins' fifth novel, released in August 2008. Premise Kaeleigh and Raeanne are identical down to the dimple. As daughters of a district-court judge father and a politician mother, they are an all-American family—on the surface. Behind the facade each sister has her own dark secret, and that is where their differences begin. For Kaeleigh, she is the misplaced focus of Daddy's love, intended for a mother whose presence on the campaign trail means absence at home. All that Raeanne sees is Daddy playing a game of favorites—and she is losing. If she has to lose, she will do it on her own terms, so she chooses drugs, alcohol, and sex. Secrets like the ones the twins are harboring are not meant to be kept—from each other or anyone else. Pretty soon it is obvious that neither sister can handle it alone, and one sister must step up to save the other. Main characters Kaeleigh Gardella: Kaeleigh's sexual abuse from her father starts shortly after a tragic accident causes strong tension in her parents' relationship, which makes them grow very distant as time goes by. Pretty soon her mother, an important politician, finds any excuse to not come home. Kaeleigh's father tries to replace the love lost from her mother by turning to her, the twin who is most like his wife, while she was still barely a teenager. As a result, she fears sex and has an unsteady relationship with her best friend, Ian, who loves her and with whom she thinks she might also be in love, but because of her traumatic past she feels unworthy and thinks she can never love. She turns to binge eating and cutting as a way to cope with her problems. She wishes her father would stop loving her the wrong way and start loving her like a daughter and still loves her mother despite the fact that she seldom comes home. Raeanne Gardella: Raeanne, on the other hand, wants any kind of attention she can get from her father, even the kind that should not be given to a daughter, because she believes it is the only kind of love he can give to her, after witnessing everything he has done to her twin sister. As she grows older she focuses on drugs and sex to take away the pain and replace the love she is not getting from her father or mother. She is the more aggressive twin out of the two. v · d · eNovels by Ellen Hopkins The Crank series Crank (2004)  • Glass (2007)  • Fallout (2010) Other novels Burned (2006)  • Impulse (2007)  • Identical (2008)  • Tricks (2009)  • Perfect (2011)  • Triangles (2011)  • Smoke (2013)