Some families you are born into. Some you choose. And some choose you. Four women have little in common other than where they live and the joyous complications of having sisters. Cindy waits for her own life to begin as she sees her sister going in and out of hospitals. Lise has made the boldest move of her life, even as her sister spends every day putting herself at risk to improve the lives of others. Diana is an ocean apart from her sister but worries that her marriage is the relationship separated by the most distance. Sylvia has lost her twin sister to breast cancer, a disease that runs in the family, and fears that she will die without having ever really lived. When Diana places an ad in the local newsletter, Cindy, Lise, and Sylvia show up thinking they are joining a book club, but what they discover is something far deeper and more profound than any of them ever imagined. With wit, charm, and pathos, this mesmerizing tale of sisters, both born and built, enthralls on every page.
What made the experience of listening to The Sisters Club the most enjoyable?
I loved each round character's story.
What other book might you compare The Sisters Club to and why?
Nothing I have read recently compares!
Which scene was your favorite?
When they finally go to get back the belongings.
If you could take any character from The Sisters Club out to dinner, who would it be and why?
Diana...although I am sure she wouldn't eat.
Any additional comments?
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book. Thank you, Lauren.