Cassandra's Disk by Angela Green

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The story of two competitive and talented twins as recounted by the "ugly sister" on her deathbed. Realizing that her twin sister Helen has been born with a double share of beauty, calcium, talent, and maternal love, the young Cassandra reinvents herself on her own terms as the vulgar, uninhibited Big Bad Baby. When Helen survives their catastrophic childhood to become a successful actress, Cassandra sets out on a rampaging odyssey through New York, London, and Paris, secretly following her sister's sexual trail in order to prove her own attractiveness and worth.

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Angela Green is a writer and the former director of a public relations company. She is the author of Cassandra's Disk.
Published April 1, 2001 by Peter Owen Publishers. 220 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Believing herself grotesque, sex-addict Cassandra spends most of her life trying to seduce Helen's lovers, following her now-estranged twin from one world capital to another.

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