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The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown
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May 08, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: audiobook, chick-lit, contemporary
Read on May 08, 2012

The Weird Sisters
By Eleanor Brown
Three estranged sisters return home when their mother announces she has cancer, though each one also has an alternative reason for returning home. The sisters are completely different from one another and over the course of this book they realize what they have in common is love, through love and overcoming their own demons we watch the sisters find their true places in the world.
Eleanor Brown did a wonderful job of drawing us into the world of the weird sisters and their dynamic family life with glimpses of the past and the struggles of the present. Each character was well written and thought out especially considering how completely different they are. This is one of those “feel good” books that make you want to call up your own siblings and give them a hug. Moral of the story; life may not always turn out as we expected but in the end we can always find happiness.

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