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Sunday, July 1, 2012

SISTER by Rosamund Lupton

In a taut psychological thriller that will keep you up late at night, Lupton’s book explores the powerful bonds between sisters when Beatrice cannot believe that her beloved younger sister committed suicide.

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2 comments:

Andrea said...

Hmmm....I'm feeling conflicted about this book. It was hard to put down. I wanted to hurry and get to the end to see what happened. However, when I got to the end, there wasn't much resolution. I liked it because it was gripping, it just feels like it needs an epilogue.

Anonymous said...

It made me want to keep reading even though it didn't seem to be going anywhere. The narrator is writing a letter to her dead sister explaining the events pertaining to the sister's death and supposed suicide. The narrator chases a lot of thin leads as she's convinced the sister was murdered. Meanwhile, there's a bit of a mystery because she keeps saying she's "unwell" in the present. The ending was good, but an epilogue could have helped.