Book Review: The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown — 7 Comments

  1. I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed this book. I really did love it. Growing up with three sisters and a brother I know what you mean about being a “we”. And we, too, still think of ourselves as “we”. I was a big old Shakespeare geek in school so this really hit the mark for me.

  2. I like the way you saw the story from your own experience with your brother. Those kinds of links that can be made with books are what, for me, enriches the whole experience of reading. Good review.

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  5. The novel is also told from a unique point of view. There are three sisters, but the story is told from the point of view of a nonexistent fourth sister who sees all and knows all. It was a bit difficult to get used to, and even by the end of the novel, I still wasn’t quite sure that I liked this storytelling technique. In summary, while I loved THE WEIRD SISTERS’ beautiful lifelike descriptions, I was disappointed by the lack of plot. I felt the sisters deserved better.

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