Sister by Rosamund Lupton

I think TGND recommended this author, but took me a while to get hold of the book.

Beatrice rushes back from New York when her mother calls her up to report that her sister Tess has gone missing. Far though she was, the sisters had been incredibly close and Beatrice couldn’t imagine where her sister had gone missing. She just believed that her sister, with her different lifestyle would have just forgotten to inform anybody about where she was. Until they find her body. And what was even more shocking is that she seemed to have taken her own life.

That possibility is just unbelievable for Beatrice, for various strong reasons, but nobody else seems to want to listen to her. Beatrice, takes an impulsive decision of moving into her sister’s flat and trying to go where nobody else wants to. As she digs into her sister’s life, possible suspects emerge and before she knows it, she is in trouble herself. And alone.

Beatrice’s search for the truth, leads her to face up to some facts of her own life which she had been hiding away from. Getting justice for Tess becomes a journey in itself for Beatrice, changing her life beyond her wildest dreams.

The book beyond being just a crime fiction. A story that has so many aspects to it. The sisters bond, their past, which makes them who they are. the ways they handled grief, medical ethics… All together made it an unputdownable book. I would definitely, definitely recommend it.

PS: I’m not putting up a picture, its way too much work, while posting on the phone.

Also, I’ve been wondering if its a good idea to make a separate blog for the book reviews? What would you say?

9 thoughts on “Sister by Rosamund Lupton

  1. The book does sound intriguing. Will check it out.

    Yes I think a separate blog for book reviews would be nice. It’s all stored away in one place, plus you write a lot of them, so that would be a good idea.

  2. I loved this book and also the other one “Afterwards” I love her writing and her writing style. There is something about the way she pens down emotions and bonds between people that pulls you into it.

  3. I love the sound of this book. I will look for it. Sounds very interesting. And, no, I did not recommend this book re. I haven’t read it myself! 🙂

    A separate book blog makes sense for you, with your reading speed and the number of books that you read. We would get a lot of interesting suggestions that way, when we are looking for books to read. You can even discuss other book-related stuff there.

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