Sister of Mine by Laurie Petrou

Sister of Mine

“…we’d learned enough growing up to know that secrets can’t be split in more than half or they start to crumble, and you find pieces of them all over town in everybody’s pockets…”

Penny and Hattie are sisters. They have a lot of secrets and some of them were a bit confusing. It felt more like an outline of a story.

I wasn’t sure when this was all taking place or what the deal was with the mother and after finishing the book I still have no idea! None of them were in the least likable, maybe because we just didn’t have a lot of back story, or dependable backstory. But I didn’t care for any of them and it just did not have the depth I would have liked to see.

A bit of a disappointment.

 

Netgalley/ Crooked Lane Books August 07, 2018

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7 responses to “Sister of Mine by Laurie Petrou”

  1. Holly B / Dressedtoread Avatar
    Holly B / Dressedtoread

    Oh no, I was considering this one.

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  2. Great title, it would have drawn me to it expecting psychological intensity, but confusions are a turn off for me too

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  3. ‘Sister of Mine’ is a very interesting story for history lovers. I was drawn into the setting on s plantation in the old south. The union soldiers, the plantation and a Civil War brought to mind, “the Autobiograpy of Miss Jane Pitman”. However Jane Pitman did not have trials and triumphs with a sister as did the two siblings in ‘Sister of Mine’. But in both these stories were young, Black slave girls creating an emotional stir with their own impressions and hospitality shared with the soldiers. Nice book pick!

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  4. Oh, and I loved the fact that the two sisters in ‘Sister of Mine” eventually resolved their discords and differences.

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  5. I wanted to get this one, the name is just so interesting!❤️

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  6. I am hearing about this book mote and more. It has become a must read! Thanks for dropping by Shilpa. I hope your day going well.

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