The Sisters by Claire Douglas is one outstanding novel. One that compels readers to keep turning the pages. Two sisters…one died and the other still lives. The sister that lives has her world turned upside down. Her way of surviving is seeing her sister’s similarities in other girls. Once she sees someone with her dead sister’s qualities or personality she then attaches herself to that person. The only way to coping with her sister’s loss, Abi finds the tiniest things that remind her of her sister. In her mind she lets her sister live on…but she knows it’s not always good to do so. Readers will be caught breathless as they following Abi’s journey into surviving.
Claire Douglas is a talented writer whose world of fiction lures readers instantly. The world is so much like our own. Readers can easily connect with Abi and her loss. Her feelings automatically become the reader’s own emotions. The plot thickens as Abi sets herself up for failure, stress, and danger. So many what ifs and the suspense is high. The Sisters is a must read for all. The characters are so believable and the plot is fast-paced. Readers won’t know what really happening or going on until the ending. The lies told in this psychological thriller will keep readers, at the edge of their seats.
This was the first novel, I have read by Claire Douglas. I loved reading her debut novel and look forward to reading more of her works in the future. It was absolutely thrilling. Overall, I highly recommend The Sisters to readers worldwide.
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|Page Count||384 pages|
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