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    Wicked good book!

    What would you do if you felt like everything was crashing down and you felt you had found that one person you can confide in? Claire is having a tough time, with her father's health deteriorating due to his dementia, she moves her daughter, Ella and husband, Luke into her father's home to be able to care for him. This current arrangement is hard enough with little Ella's condition, to add on the unpredictable behavior her father, Benard is beginning to display the strain on Claire and Luke's marriage pushing it to the breaking point. When Luke begins drinking too much and has a weak moment at a pub out with the guys things go awry. Claire's best friend, Gemma catches a picture and alerts Claire. The woman Luke goes home with Anna becomes obsessed to say the least. All the while Claire is learning she has a half-sister she never knew about. Sophie and Claire begin to connect all the while Claire is searching for answers, from her father about Sophie, from herself regarding her marriage to Luke and from Sophie. But through this tangled web, exactly who can she put her trust in? Who's telling the truth and who's plan is too sinister to believe? This book was a rollercoaster, a good one at that. It was a bit of a slow build in the beginning with pops of climaxes in and out. The end, was wickedly sinister with a crash of so many things happening you literally cannot put it down when you get to those last few chapters. Sheryl Browne had a fabulously founded plot and took it through the roof with the ending. The last sentence confirms the lingering thoughts from earlier in the novel. At the end of the book you will have to sit and reflect on the epilogue, as for me I was in awe of the brilliance of the author for the strong finish. This is a very interesting book, each chapter is from one of the main characters to build a foundation and back story that reels you with just the right amount of details that you can picture yourself with those characters. I appreciated the writing style as it differed from a lot of novels of it's kind. I would absolutely recommend you pick up a copy of #ThePerfectSister on 01/29/2020.
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    Just insane!!

    This book had so many twists and turns sometimes it was hard to keep up!! But wow did it keep me guessing until the end. Just when I thought I had everything figured out - everything was turned around. I was captivated by all of the characters, kept guessing in what would happen next. I just could not put this book down.
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    Quick and engaging

    This was a exciting book. I didn't want to put it down. It was very easy and quick to read. I loved the plot and how there were a few different stories that all wove together perfectly.
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    Great read!

    This book kept me on the edge of my seat from the very beginning until the surprising end. Claire and Luke are married and have a 4-year-old daughter, Ella. Claire's widowed father Bernard, who has dementia/Alzheimer, lives with them and she is his caregiver. Luke is out to the bar with his friends one night and meets Anna and the trouble begins. Claire receives a text from a woman named Sophie who claims to be her half-sister. This books takes on a lot of twists and turns and is told from different POVs. I did enjoy this book but I found the characters to be all very unlikeable. Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC of this very interesting book in exchange for an honest review.
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    This was a DNF for me

    Thank you Netgally for the advanced copy! I am 40% into the book and I just can’t......I can’t finish. I am not enjoying any of the characters and Claire...I find her annoying which as one of the main characters I actually should feel empathy towards. This is a DNF for me unfortunately.
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