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THE SISTERHOOD (The Sisterhood Stories Book 1)

4.11  ·  Rating details ·  18 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Authored by Award Winning Author Alison Clarke 'Writer of The Year 2017' (Diversity Magazine. Canada.)

A story full of magic, positivity, and a call to arms for women of all ages and from all backgrounds, to be the change we want to see in the world.

When Oppie and Aurie are faced with a terrible battle between good and evil, they discover that friendship and sisterhood
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Kindle Edition, 191 pages
Published February 20th 2015 by LITTLE BIRD PUBLISHING HOUSE
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Alison Clarke It will take awhile. I am working on book two. It will be darker than book one, and will have new characters. I think you will enjoy it. The…more It will take awhile. I am working on book two. It will be darker than book one, and will have new characters. I think you will enjoy it. The fantastical odyssey will continue. The Word is powerful. I'm glad that you enjoyed Book One. Oppie and Aurie will be pleased. Take care. Bye for now. (less)
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Dianne
Jun 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Attention anyone looking for a positive book about empowered females, racial acceptance, joining together in trust and love, and following your heart in the battle of good versus evil, mark this author’s name down: Alison Clarke. Add to that, this book: The Sisterhood and be sure to give it to all young readers, as well as not-so-young readers who love the world of fantasy in a land where differences are embraced and bonds are formed without fear of reprisal. Yes, this book should be in ...more
Juliana
Nov 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Honestly such a joy to read. I loved the stories, I loved the ways the characters were described (saying outright, brown skin!). I loved the way lore was incorporated. I realized that after I finished the book I was thinking a lot about the lore regarding the dragons and that's something I'll have to re-read for and hope will be expanded on in the later books. This book kept me company during a hard time.
David Ellis
Feb 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Magical influences with plenty of Arthurian legends of yore galore - a breezy fantasy read with a lot of endearing qualities

There is a lot to enjoy in this book, which mixes many magical influences with Arthurian legends of yore and has a zesty spirit running throughout it. The leads Oppie and Aurie are precocious and endearing, as they go up against the forces of evil, making many new friends of the forest along the way. I liked how Alison blended real word locations, places and historical
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Denise Woodruff
Apr 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I was not into this type of book till I read the 2nd one to this. I fell in love with it so I had to read this one. It did not disappoint I love this. Dragons are my favorite so Aurie is kinda my favorite
Rebecca
Apr 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
A beautiful beginning to an empowering fantasy trilogy. The Sisterhood, is a middle grade/ya story about Oppie and Aurie, two girls who've been sent on an epic journey. Along the way, they find magic, confidence, inner and outer strength, and acceptance. The story itself is a positive and empowering one that shouts "Girl Power!" throughout its pages. Not only is it a positive message to girls and young women in general, but it is also a specifically powerful message to young girls of color. ...more
Ashley Tomlinson
Jun 30, 2015 rated it really liked it
This was one of the cutest books I've ever read. The story was so unique and well-written. A truly great story about friendship that I think a lot of people would enjoy reading.

At first I thought it was a little strange that Oppie's best friend was a dragon, that apparently uses cell phones. It was a little difficult for me to picture a dragon having a cell phone, how big was that phone? Yes that was the difficult part for me to picture not the actual dragon part. Anyway, though I thought it
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Bibiana Krall
Apr 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing
What a mystical story! Splendid creatures and mythology are incorporated into an epic tale about friendship, love and good-versus evil. It was truly magical. It's jam packed with positive messages about acceptance and courage. YES! It was a bit slow to follow occasionally, as it is filled with unusual characters with unusual names. I find this to be inherent in a lot of fantasy books. ( Loved the Selkies! Selfies were part of my storytelling when my daughter was younger.) I won't spoil it. If ...more
Gladys Gonzales Atwell
Nov 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing

*** THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED BY THE PUBLISHER/AUTHOR IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW ***

This book encompasses everything that a young girl should learn about themselves growing up. It's not just a tale of myths, legends and creatures. It's a lesson of love, friendship and companionship.

Alison Clarke has taken her main character, Oppie, through a journey with her dragon friend, Aurie, fighting an evil dragon named, Royzendeus. Along the way their army has grown and so does their friendship. Their
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Barbara Bryant
Feb 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
When I was 12-15 years old, if a book grabbed me, I would read it over and over. "The Sisterhood" is that kind of novel. Its complexity will satisfy a young girl's desire to immerse herself in a fantasy world that's grounded in reality.

Alison Clarke clearly knows her history and mythology, yet the context and conversation of this strong girl and her BFF dragon is contemporary. And the subtext of a Sisterhood that transcends color, species, race-- this is an important message that never preaches.
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Sarah
Nov 12, 2015 rated it it was ok
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I didn't really enjoy this book and it kind of disappointed me. I was expecting it to be better. It was a very confusing story line and I think it would of been better if they could of explained it more through more chapters. Overall is was very confusing but it was still okay. The story in about the middle got kind of boring but it was overall okay. So for me this book is worth two stars.
Aimée Marie Bejarano
Jan 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
Was so excited to get this novel. The writing is wonderful! Creative novel. A beautiful creature emerges from the depths of the waters. She makes a friend then upon someone trying to kill her due to her father, she changes her friend so he can go under water. Sort of like a little mermaid twist.
Nadia Sadi
Jun 21, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I thought it was very inspirational and well-written. I enjoyed the feminist undertone, and the story line was great!
Angi Burns ~Rabid Readers Book Blog
Sisterhood book one by Alison Clark

I first made aware of this series as book 2 was coming out. And though I was assured that it could be stand-alone I felt I needed to read the 1st one.

This is truly a book about finding one's self, love and friendship. All while wrapped in a truly spectacular magical world of fantasy.

Alison does an amazing job of describing her world and characters. There were a few spots I got lost, and out took a minute to see where we were going but then it would come back
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Jessica Baumgartner
Oct 14, 2016 rated it liked it
This is a nice YA book with colorful characters and some awesome ties to history and the power of femininity. It's imaginative and different. The story is a bit outlandish, but for ages 10 and up I could see it entertaining some young girls. The writing could use a little polishing, but all in all this is a good read.
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Dec 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
4.5 Cranky Stars


Wowza! This fantasy story was amazing from start to finish. Opportunae has powers that she has yet to discover. Once disaster strikes, she comes into her powers along with her best friend, and they have to take down the evil powers that be.


I really loved that the story had strong female characters. Also throw in the fact that Opportunae and Aurora had a strong friendship. The story gives a strong message that you should never give up on hope.


The only issue that I had with the
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