Pieces of My Sister's Life
And a second chance…There’s something to talk about in every chapter of Elizabeth Joy Arnold’s poignant, insightful debut novel—the perfect summer read for all those who loved Elisabeth Robinson’s The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters, Judy Blume’s Summer Sisters, and Jodi Picoult’s My Sister’s K...more
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Pieces of My Sister's Life is a story about two sisters, twins, who grow up best of friends, but end up falling in love with the same man. After a series of unfortunate events, Mom runs away and Dad dies, the girls are left to grow up on their own, eventually searching for love and a new beginning in exactly the same place. As each sister goes through a series of ups and downs, the sisters end up hating each other over the shared adoration of Justin, and the betrayel that follows. Fast forward...more
I didn’t finish this book, so that’s as good of a summary as you’re going to get from me. I was hesitant to read this, as I’m hesitant to read...more
The story is about twin sisters, Kerry and Eve. About their childhood without their mother and eventually without their father. Their strengths and weaknesses as sisters and as humans. And in the end, you put yourself in their shoes and ask yourself what would you do or say or think or feel if life presented it to you, the wa...more
That being said, here's a short summary: Eve and Kerry are twin sisters raised solely by their father since the age of 6. When tragedy strikes...more
It was definitely a good read, I've not read anything like it before and never anything that got to me so much. It just pulled me in.
Well, I was right...Eve did break Kerry's heart. But with the twist towards the end of the book...it wasn't as cut and dry as I thought it was going to be.
This is a great book about family. Twin sisters Eve & Kerry grew up without a mother and with hardly any help from their father. Lots of sibling jealousy but love is the underlying fact throughout the enti...more
The is a great deal going on in this book I must say it is all well written and comes across in a more or less believable manner.
I wont be reading this book again.
It was actually pretty darn good. I'm going to loan it to my mother. My sis too, if she's interested.
The story was told primarily in two different times - 1993 and 2007. It also flashed back at times to when the main character was 6, probably early 80s.
Overall enjoyable :-)