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  • Absolutely brilliant

    Couldn't put this book down - didnt want it to end. Will definately be reading mire of Sally

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  • The good sister

    Wow took me awhile to get into the story, great read loved how you wrote it. Just goes to show you can never really know someone. Thanks for the great read

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  • Intriguing

    This was a fascinating tale recounted by fraternal twin sisters, Rose and Fern. Fern is apparently autistic and Rose has looked after her all their lives. Rose appears to be suffering from PTSD after a difficult childhood. Their lives are changed when Fern meets a man and becomes pregnant. Rose is desperate for a child and Fern initially decides to give her baby to Rose. However, as the story unfolds, it starts to feel that not everything is how it should be. I loved this book and the alternating narrators at least one of which is not quite what see seems.

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  • Really recommend it as a great read.

    A great read. I can honestly say it was one of the best books I have read. From start to finish it had me. Not once did I nod off when reading it, when late at night I have a tendency to do.

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  • A sensational read

    Sally Hepworth is an absolute gem! The Good Sister is only the second book I have read from her (I know, I had been living under a rock before I discovered her work!) and I am so glad that I have another Aussie author to add to my favourite authors list! The plot for The Good Sister is fresh, so very compelling and right from the outset, has you completely hooked! The story has been perfectly written and just flows so well. There are no unnecessary filler chapters and each one ends with you wanting more. Sally Hepworth knows how to get her reader’s attention and keep it that’s for sure! The characters have been very well developed and come to life so vividly through the pages. I have to say that Fern was the standout. She is such a fascinating character and my favourite parts of the book were when she lead the narrative. Rose was also an interesting character and I really enjoyed the use of journal entries from her POV which was a great touch. Now for Wally, I just loved him! I love when I read a book that is set in my home town of Melbourne and knowing all the places that are spoken of, makes the story feel more personal. The use of the alternating chapters between Rose and Fern gives a great perspective of each and as you go deeper into it, you start to wonder who is the unreliable narrator. The Good Sister is an exceptional read. You know those moments when you are truely enjoying something that suddenly a few hours has gone by and your cup of tea has gone cold! This is what happened to me. I just devoured this book as it demanded my attention, never letting me go free until the final page! And that ending…OMG!! I think it is clear that I loved The Good Sister and it is definitely right up there as one of the best books I have read this year. There is nothing better than reading a book that you just want to shout from the rooftops as to how brilliant it is and The Good Sister is definitely one of these books!

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