Book Review – The Sisters

Welcome back to another book review! I read this one pretty quickly, finished in about 5 days which is very quick for me πŸ˜‚ Today’s book is..

The Sisters by Claire Douglas

“One lied. One died.

When one sister dies, the other must go to desperate lengths to survive. Haunted by her twin sister’s death, Abi is making a fresh start in Bath. But when she meets twins Bea and Ben, she is quickly drawn into their privileged and unsettling circle.

When one sister lies, she must protect her secret at all costs. As Abi tries to keep up with the demands of her fickle friends, strange things start to happen – precious letters go missing and threatening messages are left in her room. Is this the work of the beautiful and capricious Bea? Or is Abi willing to go to any lengths to get attention? When the truth outs, will either sister survive?”

I really got into this one and I thoroughly enjoyed all of it. Not my fave book, but very enjoyable anyway! I thought the ending was good too. Abi moves into a house where twins Bea and Ben live, along with other artists. Abi’s life was finally going in the right track, but does she get too close with Bea and Ben? And what are they hiding? Also, do they know what Abi is hiding?

This book is recommended to those who enjoyed ‘The Girl On The Train’, but I feel like it wasn’t really like it. I LOVED The Girl On The Train (check out my review that’s linked!), but I don’t think this book is anything like it to be honest, a few small similarities and that’s about it. I found Girl On The Train very repetitive (in a good way – some things stayed the same, and others changed slighty). Though they are a tad similar in the ‘admiration’ way – Abi really admired and took a liking to Bea, as she reminded her of her dead twin sister, Lucy. In The Girl On The Train, Rachel travelled past the same houses everyday, on her way to and from work. One house in particular caught her attention, and she became obsessed with the house and who lived there.

I would recommend ‘The Sisters’ for those who enjoy thrillers and mysteries 😊

The genres of this one are thriller, mystery, fiction, suspense and drama.

I rate this one a 9/10! πŸ˜€

See you next time!

Chelsea x

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