The Sister

The Sister Grace hasn t been the same since the death of her best friend Charlie She is haunted by Charlie s words the last time she saw her and in a bid for answers opens an old memory box of Charlie s It so

  • Title: The Sister
  • Author: Louise Jensen
  • ISBN: 9781786810014
  • Page: 264
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  • Grace hasn t been the same since the death of her best friend Charlie She is haunted by Charlie s words, the last time she saw her, and in a bid for answers, opens an old memory box of Charlie s It soon becomes clear there was a lot she didn t know about her best friend When Grace starts a campaign to find Charlie s father, Anna, a girl claiming to be Charlie s sister sGrace hasn t been the same since the death of her best friend Charlie She is haunted by Charlie s words, the last time she saw her, and in a bid for answers, opens an old memory box of Charlie s It soon becomes clear there was a lot she didn t know about her best friend When Grace starts a campaign to find Charlie s father, Anna, a girl claiming to be Charlie s sister steps forward For Grace, finding Anna is like finding a new family, and soon Anna has made herself very comfortable in Grace and boyfriend Dan s home But something isn t right Things disappear, Dan s acting strangely and Grace is sure that someone is following her Is it all in Grace s mind Or as she gets closer to discovering the truth about both Charlie and Anna, is Grace in terrible danger There was nothing she could have done to save Charlie or was there

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    1. So I started out loving this book!! I wanted to know what was going on! Who did what and why!? Then over half the damn book I wanted to stab everyone in the book!!!!Then toward the end when more revelations came about, I started liking it again. But I'm leaving it at 3 stars for my angst. So there! Mel ❤️😡

    2. Here’s another one of those cases where I was being a good little girl, minding my own business and being all mature; not requesting anything else from NetGalley until my ratio stabilizes (go ahead and laugh). But then all my friends were reading it, and if there’s anything you can count on, its Chelsea not wanting to be left out of the cool reading group. Of course the summary drew me in along with the GORGEOUS cover, so there went my NetGalley sabbatical and all my dignity with it. I’m r [...]

    3. My reviews can also be seen at: deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr3.5 StarsThe Sister begins in the present. Twenty-five-year old Grace Matthews is digging up an old time capsule that her and her best friend Charlie buried ten years before.She never thought she'd be alone opening the box that contained all of their hopes and dreams. Things that were important to both of them as well as a bright pink envelope that Charlie slipped in right before they buried it. Grace doesn't know what's in the envelop [...]

    4. Recently, I've been reading a bit more mystery/suspense. 'The Sister' seemed like it would be a great match for me. I love a book that can keep me on the edge of my seat, wondering what is going to happen next and making my heart rate quicken.Grace, the heroine is still reeling from the death of her best friend, Charlie, years later. She never really got over the way that Charlie died unexpectedly. She's left with many unanswered questions, as Charlie died before explaining the cryptic note that [...]

    5. I received a copy of The Sister by Louise Jensen through NetGalley for an honest review. My thanks to Bookouture and to Louise Jensen for the opportunity.All we needed was the boiled rabbit.Grace Matthews and Charlie Fisher were childhood friends who were as thick as thieves. From the turning of the first few pages, we find out that Charlie has died and Grace is inconsolable. Grace returns to the exact spot where the two had buried a memory box when they were fifteen years old. She digs up the b [...]

    6. This one was a little too contrived for my liking. I think the author crammed in too many ideas - multiple deaths, fires, bullying, cheating, stalking and even a psycho for good measure. At some point, it was overkill. Grace has had a hard time coping with the death of her best friend, Charlie. Her marriage is crumbling and she’s racked with guilt. Guilt for things the author only alludes to in the beginning. There is some suspense in trying to decipher what her role has been and a creep facto [...]

    7. THE SISTER by Louise Jensen is this author’s debut novel, and it is a definite winner…and from my favourite publisher! This is a dark psychological thriller, full of twists and turns and I kept on turning the pages, not willing to miss a thing… wanting to know more. I did not want to do anything else but read this fabulous book. I can’t believe that this is a debut novel!Grace, Charlie and Dan have been friends since public school. Grace and Charlie were best friends…they were insepara [...]

    8. Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review.Grace has a lot of problems. Many months have passed since the death of her best friend, and she still isn’t back to right. She pops pills and guzzles booze to cope. She is shrewish and naggy with her longtime boyfriend. Whiny, brittle, and needy with everyone else. I was somewhat sympathetic in the beginning, but before all was said and done, I just wanted her to stifle herself! It is a matter of supreme indifference to me as to whether I [...]

    9. *Thank you to Netgalley and Bookouture for my ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review*Though there was something of a slow start, I somehow sensed that this was just an interlude in which to catch my breath before the action really started.Grace, Charlie (Charlotte), and Dan have been friends since primary school. The friendship has endured into adulthood, and while Grace and Dan set up home together, Grace and Charlie still remain inseparable. On Grace's 15th birthday, the girls had buried [...]

    10. "A psychological thriller with a brilliant twist you won't see coming." That's the promise in the title. My initial reaction was, "I'll be the judge of that."The main character, Grace, was well developed. I could sympathize with her up to a point. At times she seemed too needy, too paranoid, and too willing to jump to conclusions. I liked Charlie more because she was stronger and unafraid of tackling life. I was sorry Charlie just up and left. Anna was everything I expected her to be.Supporting [...]

    11. That was the best nail-biting page turner I've read in awhile! I could not put this one down.First of all, well done Louise Jensen. Cannot believe this is a debut novel. Really great storytelling and writing. I could not for one second figure out where the plot was going to take me. In my humble opinion, it is the sign of a great thriller writer that the reader is left guessing a different alternative ending from chapter to chapter. She completely had me guessing that one character was the bad g [...]

    12. Before anyone judges me, I did not know that was the full title of the book I bought because I just went by the Paperback Edition. If I had, I would have skipped over this book though the summary did interest me. So here's the main problem. It took way too long for some things to be explained in this book. The sentence structures were choppy as anything and the main character was not that smart. All other characters are not very developed and the twist part of the book I called when I was aroun [...]

    13. If you are a fan of Lifetime movies, you will really enjoy this. Unfortunately for me, I'm notGrace and Charlie; childhood friends brought together because they shared something in common-neither had a Father. But something happened in their past, and now Charlie is dead. Soon after, Anna arrives, saying she is Charlie's half sister. Grace has found another tie to Charlie and she can't believe her luck. But then things start to happen.I won't bother sharing some of the things that start to go wr [...]

    14. I know that in life when things go wrong, they tend to multiply and really go wrong. But still I felt that there were just too many things going wrong, too many deaths, too many coincidences and I never really bought into the story. Grace has lost a lot of people - her parents to start with. Then a school friend dies and her best friend, Charlie, takes off on her own without saying goodbye or where she was going. Added to this, Grace has serious trust issues; with her boyfriend, with her friends [...]

    15. I had my eye on The Sister for a while, and what very excited to be approved for a copy on NetGalley! The book took me nearly a month to finish, however that has far less to do with its plot than with the fact that I still struggle a little with ebooks, and I tend to read only short bits at a time, because the kindle strains my eyes far more than paper. Anyway The book did get my attention from the start, and even though I read it slowly, the story really stayed in my mind, so I never had to go [...]

    16. The Sister by Louise Jensen is a fast paced psychological thriller that is well written & the characters well developed. I really enjoyed this novel & had to review it now.Grace Matthews is heartbroken over the death of her best friend Charlie Fisher Grace returns to the same spot that they buried a memory box 10 years earlier a pink envelope inside she opens it & finds out things about Charlie that she didn't know.Then she comes across a girl claiming to be Charlies sister Anna her [...]

    17. The Sister is one of those books that, despite being good I also want to slap some sense into some of the characters. Let's start with Grace, she's been in a funk since her best friend Charlie died. And, then she suddenly discovers that Charlie had a sister called Anna. But, at the same time, everything in her life starts to go wrong. It was kind of frustrating to read about how Grace life starts to fall apart and she still doesn't seem to grasp that the person most likely behind it all is livin [...]

    18. The Sister is a dark and tense psychological thriller.Initially I was so hung up on the book title, needing to know who the sister was, and how she would be connected to the story. I found myself thinking up all sorts of scenarios. However, one thing I quickly learnt while reading this book, was to expect the unexpected and trust no one!This story has an interesting plot, which despite only having a few main characters, had a lot of layers and depth to it. The characters were well developed. Som [...]

    19. I will begin by saying this certainly does not read like a debut novel. From page one, it reads as though a seasoned author had put this together.Charlie (Charlotte) and Grace became friends when they met in school. They say that opposites attract, and in this case, it was so true. Charlie was outgoing, friendly, and willing to do almost anything for a bit of fun. Grace is quieter, an introvert, but a willing follower of Charlie.The book takes you back and forth between NOW and THEN, as the girl [...]

    20. 4.5★sWhen Grace was nine years old she started a new school; in a new town and also living with her grandparents. She had a secret but she kept the sadness hidden – but the teasing and torment of a new student were stopped by Charlie as she stood up for her against the bullies. Grace and Charlie became best friends from that time forward – going through much together but loving each other all the same. But when they were in their early twenties, Charlie died. Grace couldn’t find a way th [...]

    21. This is an excellent debut novel - a pyschological thriller that builds slowly, gradually filling out the details and adding layers to produce a sizzling finale when it all comes together with some major reveals.Grace had a bad start to her early childhood with her father dying and her mother absconding, leaving Grace to be brought up by her grandparents. She was bullied at school until she met Charlie (Charlotte) who became her champion and best friend. By the time they were 18 they were as clo [...]

    22. Since Grace's childhood best friend, Charlie, has died, life has been a struggle for Grace. It's been affecting her relationship with her boyfriend, Dan, and with Charlie's Mum, Lexie. Unable to move on, Grace is determined to fulfill Charlie's wish to find the father who abandoned her and to find out what exactly Charlie was referring to when she said she had done something terrible and was sorry. First of all, I was thoroughly impressed by the writing. Absolutely brilliant for a debut novel. I [...]

    23. *4.5 starsI want to thank Chelsea Humphrey for loving this book because it made me want to request it! And I'm so happy that I did:) It's been awhile that I've read a book in one sitting. I decided to begin it late afternoon, thinking I would just read a few chapters before bed. Nope, midnight came along and I was just finishing! So thanks again Chelsea!!The story goes back and forth between Now and Then, which I tend to like stories that do that (if they're done well). It basically focuses on G [...]

    24. I had high hopes for this book--the premise seemed great and I love a good thriller, but, ultimately, I had trouble even finishing it. The book started off good, told in alternating chapters of Now and Then, from the perspective of Grace--a 25 year old living with her boyfriend, Dan, and still reeling from the recent death of her best childhood girlfriend Charlie. Six years prior to Charlie's death she had left town suddenly, leaving a note for Grace that said "I'm so sorry, Grace. Please forgiv [...]

    25. A special thank you to Bookouture and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Louise Jensen delivers a twisty and gripping debut THE SISTER –a girl, and her best friend Charlie. Her haunting last words, “I did something terrible, Grace. I hope you can forgive me.”Charlie died four months earlier. Is she to blame?Grace receives a letterin the mail in a pink envelope, which triggered a memory of the letter that Charlie hadn’t wanted her to read, hidden in the memory box. Per [...]

    26. I have to say that I am literally gob smacked that this is the authors debut novel. I mean, to be able to write a story that is woven with so many twists and turns has got to be quite an achievement on it’s own, but to be able to get it spot on in your very first novel? Well that is exactly what Louise Jensen has gone and done.The Sister is literally full of mystery and suspense that constantly has the reader trying to guess in between the lines.Grace and Charlie were the best of friends and l [...]

    27. For a debut novel, this was a very enjoyable psychological thriller styled and reminiscent of The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. The story itself is broken down into two alternate parts; then and now, although they change randomly the storyline is easy to follow as it is told through the downhearted pre school worker Grace. When Grace's best friend Charlie dies she is left heartbroken. What makes it worse is that Charlie's bereaved mother blames her for her untimely death. Looking for a distraction [...]

    28. I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Think "Single White Female" meets "Fatal Attraction" and you have "The Sister". Although I did enjoy this book, I gave it 3 stars because I felt that there were some plot holes in the story. Also, I felt that the ending was a little rushed or maybe that Jensen was trying to cram too much into too little time left in the book. I'm not really sure.Overall, I think the story works, but there were a bunch of times that I was litera [...]

    29. Didn't like this book at all. Started out feeling full of hope, but then lost the will to read it. Superficial characters. Couldn't engage with main character at all, felt she was completely idiotic, no one would be so naive. Finally gave up after reading over 50%. To me fiction still needs to be plausible.

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