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  • Amber Nelson

    The book follows three sisters who move back in with their parents for different reasons. The story is narrated by all three sisters at the same time and is full of Shakespeare quotes the girls learned growing up with their professor father. I enjoyed the writing style the author chose very much. The characters were sisterly, alike in many ways, but still written to follow their own individual paths.

  • Elizabeth Poole

    Just read this on the plane to Houston. Loved all the Shakespearean quotes.

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  • Minerva Salewsky

    Lol @ Linda.... yes agree with you, very tedious! This may be our next "office club" read..

  • Kathy Myers

    I am halfway through with this book and it is taking me forever to finish it. I don't think it will go on my fav list.

  • Susan Kirby

    This book reminded me of "Henry's Sisters" which is a lot better.

  • Lorrie Maurhoff

    You will love it

  • Sharon Ferrari Walker

    I loved the story itself, but the fact that it was written in 1st person plural threw me for a loop. Very distracting.

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A Thousand Sisters: My Journey into the Worst Place on Earth to Be a Woman: Lisa Shannon, Zainab Salbi: 9781580053594: Books

Eat Pray Love; Elizabeth Gilbert - Not quite as good as it was cracked up to be & some spots seemed harder to read than others but I definitely enjoyed this book.

one of the most beautifully written books. movie did it NO justice.

I thought it was one of the most honestly written books I'd read.

When they were old, they swore, they would jolly well act the part. "But how will we know?" ... "I suppose we must make a list of things that old people do...and when we find ourselves doing them, then we'll know." ... and third, failure to put on one's undergarments whilst standing ... felled by a pair of stockings? The prognosis was dismal indeed.