Review: Sister of Mine

Sister of Mine by Laurie Petrou

Clues to describe this book: guilt, resentment, toxic relationships, fear

Disclaimer: I received a free advanced digital copy of this book from Crooked Lane Books in exchange for my honest opinion. This has no effect on my opinion, review, or rating.

Review: Sister of Mine by Laurie Petrou is a thriller that follows sisters Penny and Hatty who are bound together by the secrets of their troubled pasts that they can’t escape or let anyone know about. I was unimpressed with this novel. The premise sounded interesting, but it did not read as a thriller or a mystery at all. By a quarter of the way through the novel, I wanted to put this book down, but I kept reading so I could give a fair review. The twists were very predictable. All the characters lacked depth and I couldn’t sympathize any of them. The writing style was easy to read, but for the whole time, I was just rushing so I could read my next novel. This book ended up being unmemorable. I would recommend skipping reading this book.

The book debuts on Tue 8/7.

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