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Lil' Sister

3.56 of 5 stars 3.56  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  5 reviews
In this powerful novel of urban life, a young girl haunted by loss must find a away to trust again.
Paperback, 250 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Urban Books
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lily 2 sweet
this book is about a girl (Krystal) who finds love at a very young age, but her parents feel that the boy (Jared) is using her. soon Krystal finds her boyfriend dead in his bath tub with his wrist slit open, after Jared neighbor finds them both in his tub they call Jerad father and make Krystal go home. Krystal parents wouldn't let her go to Jerad funeral and they only made things worst by arguing with Krystal so one day she runs away and she goes to live with the closet thing she had to family ...more
It was a very slow read for me and I had to force myself to finish. It just wasn't my type of read.
Eva Leger
May 11, 2009 Eva Leger rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: I wouldn't actually recommend it
Recommended to Eva by: found it somewhere
I didn't finish this- I got less than 75 pages in. Parts of it were so boring for me and then other parts just totally over the top. It seems like Ms. Wright was trying for the suspenseful drama and just really missed. That's what it seems like to me anyway.
The whole 'Trio' thing is just really weird. I didn't get the reason for that at all.
I do have to say that the book seems to have been going in the direction of a decent message. The lack of drug dealing, murder, etc. helped lead me to that
I didn't care for the writer's style.
It was ok...but the ending was really good...the book had too much going on at once...
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