Wednesday, August 6, 2014

All for a Sister

All for a Sister
Allison Pittman
Celeste has lived an almost perfect life. Her family is wealthy, her father's work in the film industry has guaranteed her a place in the movies she wants, and her looks can get her anything else she wants. But one day a woman comes into her life that is the complete opposite. Raised in poverty, accused of murder, and just now out of prison, they couldn't be more different. Yet as a secret journal uncovers secrets that will change both of their lives.

The story is written from several different points of view. It is also told in several different styles. I found this to be a bit confusing at first. I had to pay close attention at the beginning of each chapter to find out who/when/where the story was talking about. But I was able to look around this to see that the plot was interesting, the characters were well fleshed out, and the imagery was perfect. I didn't get the feeling that this was a Christian fiction at any point while reading, in fact there were quite a few references to infidelity all throughout the story. But if you want an unusual look at the roaring 20s, I'd check out this book. I liked it well enough to try another book by this author.

I received this book free of charge from Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review.

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