Book Review: The Weird Sisters - Eleanor Brown
The Weird Sisters - Eleanor Brown
There is no problem a library card can't solve.
The Andreas family is one of readers. Their father, a renowned Shakespeare professor who speaks almost entirely in verse, has named his three daughters after famous Shakespearean women. When the sisters return to their childhood home, ostensibly to care for their ailing mother, but really to lick their wounds and bury their secrets, they are horrified to find the other there.
See, we love each other. We just don't happen to like each other very much.
But the sisters discover that everything they've been running from--one another, their small hometown, and themselves--might offer more than they ever expected.
3/5 stars (liked it)
I am not much for Shakespeare and so I was unsure if I would get used to all the references in this book. But I actually found I liked the references. All the characters were pretty likable in their own way. Rose being the oldest and most responsible always stuck at home. She is engaged and is afraid to leave home. Bianca lived in New York City and really messed up in her job and so she packs her things up and goes home. Cordelia is the youngest and the baby in the family. She has lived all over the country without a care in the world until the world decides to make her responsible and she also comes home. Throughout the book each girl as well as their parents learn more about each other and themselves. I thought this was a cute book with a happy ending.