Louise Jensen: The Sister

Haracters were nteresting However there were a few times that Grace REALLY annoyed me She would be overly paranoid about some things but didn t seem to notice things that seemed glaringly obvious A few of the decisions she made really baffled me but t wasn t enough to dissuade me from continuing on I did have a few uestions but still felt the book ended pretty strongAlthough I had to suspend belief occasionally I tried to stop analyzing so hard for me sometimes and just enjoy the book Honestly all n all t was a pretty good ride The author did a great job of keeping me n suspense and there were some good twists that I did not see coming It was a very hard book to put downI think this The Hero Pup is an very good debut novel and I look forward to from Louise JensenThank you to NetGalley the publisher and Louise Jensen for the opportunity to read this bookn exchange for my honest review THE SISTER by Louise Jensen After the Ice is this author s debut novel andt Super Grandma and Super Grandpa (The Unknown Superheroes is a definite winnerand from my favourite publisher Thiss 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 I did not want to do anything else but read this fabulous book I can t believe that this Murder in Mind is a debut novelGrace Charlie and Dan have been friends since public school Grace and Charlie were best friendsthey werenseparable On Grace s 15th birthday Charlie gave Grace half a gold heart on a chain engraved with BFF Charlie had the other half On this special day the girls buried a memory box and Charlie put a letter a pink envelope The World in Winter inside and made Grace promise that she won t come back and open the box without Charlie there But Charlie would never maket back Charlie died and her last words to Grace were I did something terrible Grace I hope you can forgive me Forgive her for WHATThe Sister s written alternately n the current day and the past The chapters are titled NOW and THEN to differentiate between time frames and this worked well During this time frame we follow Grace and Charlie as children teenagers and Grace as an adult After Charlie s death life was a hard struggle for Grace It affected her relationship with her boyfriend Dan and with Charlie s Mum Lexie Grace Trick (Foolish Kingdoms, 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 When Grace starts a campaign to find Charlie s father Anna a girl claiming to be Charlie s sister steps forward For Grace finding Annas like finding a new family and soon Anna has made herself very comfortable The Road He Travelled in Grace and boyfriend Dan s home But somethingsn t right Things disappear Dan s acting strangely and Grace The Sea Garden is sure that someones following her Is Introducing the Ancient Greeks it alln Grace s mind Or as she gets closer to discovering the truth about both Charlie and Anna The Student Cookbook is Gracen terrible danger This was a brilliant debut novel The tension and suspense built up gradually The story moves along at a balanced pace with short chapters as little bits of Torpedo Run information are revealedn chapters of Then and Now The characters The Driver in this novel are easy to follow and very engaging some than others The author allows the reader to reflect on their own childhood memories friendships things that they shared and other things that they kept hidden Its also a testament of the strength of character which allows the traumatised person through acceptance and forgiveness to heal and move on with their life Many thanks to Louise Jensen Bookouture and NetGalley for my ARC De glazen troon (De glazen troon, in exchange for an honest review I cannot wait for work from this talented author Read this book Thank you to Netgalley and Bookouture for my ARCn exchange for a fair and honest reviewThough there was something of a slow start I somehow sensed that this was just an Silent Witnesses interluden which to catch my breath before the action really startedGrace Charlie Charlotte and Dan have been friends since primary school The friendship has endured The Hawthorn Crown (The Changeling, into adulthood and while Grace and Dan set up home together Grace and Charlie still remainnseparable On Grace s 15th birthday the girls had buried a memory box and Charlie put a letter The Past is Myself The Road Ahead Omnibus inside and made Grace promise that she won t come back and open the box without Charlie there Around the time the girls reach 18 Charlie just ups and leaves without saying goodbye leaving Grace hurt angry and bewildered Charlie leaves a message saying she s sorry and hopes that Grace can forgive her But forgive her for whatFive years later Charlie turns up unannounced but before Grace can ask her what she meant by those words Charlie collapses and diesGraces traumatised but after some time she decides to find the father that Charlie never knew thinking The Common Years it was something that Charlie would have wanted Dan helps her set up an appeal asking for anyone knowing his whereabouts to come forward A young woman called Anna comes forward and claims to be his daughterIt s after this that events take a very nasty turn and thatnterlude I mentioned at the start was very much appreciatedWow This The Valkyrie Song (Jan Fabel, is one twisty tense nerve shredding novel and cant really be Louise Jensen s DEBUT novel Well honestly we re all Inishowen in for a treatn the future 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 The Other Side of the Coyne in the bookThen toward the end when revelations came about I started likingt again But I m leaving t at 3 stars for my angst So there Me. 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Grace and Charlie have been best friends since childhood but when Charlie suddenly dies at 24 yrs old Grace s life becomes upended She can t eat she doesn t get out of bed and her relationship with her long time boyfriend Dan becomes strained to the point that neither seems to want to make an effort any Then Grace s life starts to slowly get back to normal through therapy She s working again and s trying to maintain her composure Charlie was raised by a single mom and before she passed away she told Grace how much she wanted to find her father even though her mom won t tell her anything about him Grace La muñeca asesina is now on a mission to find himn hopes that Risking It All it will bring her closure Who she findsnstead The Housekeeper and the Professor is Charlie s long lost sister Anna and let s just say thiss where things get complicated Louise Jensen s a wonderful writer and has the ncredible ability to lure her readers The Monuments Men by Robert Edsel - A 30-minute Chapter-by-Chapter Summary in You can t help but to fly through the pages This was an enjoyable book overall but not the most original nor one I would go around raving about to everyone I know A uick easy book to read that would be a great pallet cleanser between heavier darker reads Thank you to Grand Central Publishing for sending me an ARCn exchange for my honest review 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 opportunityAll we need Recently I ve been reading a bit mysterysuspense The Sister seemed like The Complete Idiots Guide to Buying Foreclosures it would be a great match for me I love a book that can keep me on the edge of my seat wondering whats going to happen next and making my heart rate uickenGrace the heroine Asian Bites is still reeling from the death of her best friend Charlie years later She never really got over the way that Charlie died unexpe Here s another one of those cases where I was being a good little girl minding my own business and being all mature not reuesting anything else from NetGalley until my ratio stabilizes go ahead and laugh But then all my friends were readingt and Perfect if there s anything you can count onts Chelsea not wanting to be left out of the cool reading group Of course the summary drew me n along with the GORGEOUS cover so there went my NetGalley sabbatical and all my dignity with t I m really glad I let go of my pride and humbly begged for this one because Avengers it was well worth my timeThe prologue or first chapter really draws usn It s so vague and mysterious and there are so many uestions Then the whole tempo changes and we are busy setting up the background and plot which was a little slower paced than your average gimmicky thriller but hang n there because ts worth American Prince it At about 20 25%n The Devouring (The Devouring, is when we meet Anna and things start to pick up All these mysterious things keep happening to keep us guessing who hast out for Grace and why Things just start rolling along uickly and I ll be darned f t wasn t an entire night of just one chapter until I realized I had read the whole book The ending provided full closure but on that later It seems a long time now since we laughed like that Loved like that Grief has pushed usapart like repelling magnets no matter how hard we try to reach each other there sa gulf between us that we just can t bridge Grace and Dan have a tricky relationship Not only have they been friends since elementary school but they were also mutual friends with Charlie who has now passed since elementary school One of the aspects I truly loved was this novel s flipping between present and past tense giving us an The Campaign for Domestic Happiness insider look on how these friends grewnto who they are now and what they had to endure along the way There was a greater level of depth to the characters than Il tesoro di Gengis Khan (Le avventure di Dirk Pitt, is typicaln thrillers these days as The Complete Idiots Guide to Crowdsourcing it seems the fad now to focus all efforts on the dreaded big twist this was not the case here I wasmpressed at how this book seemed to break genre barriers and carry along The Complete Idiots Guide to Fondues and Hot Dips into multiplenterest levels I could just as easily see someone who s nterested Stealing Venice in Women s Fiction loving this story as another reader whos strictly a SuspenseThriller consumer The characters had significant background which I feel was uite a feat given the sheer amount of people who cropped up along the way Of course this was a thriller as described All aboard the Ninky Nonk! in the summary but there were also undercurrents of women sssues such as depression prescription drug abuse body mage ssues and finding your voicestanding up for yourself Another Mothers Love in a hostile relationship Could I have saved her The thought that I might have been able to nestlednside me as f t belonged there as much as my bones my kidneys my lungs My skin would shed cells my scalp would lose hair my liver repair Three by Atiq Rahimi itself My body would refresh and renewn the years to come but the guilt I knew that would stay Forever a part of me Guilt seems to be the heaviest and greatest theme to this book There The Witchs Kind is such a great web spun from this group of friends who have experienced so much of their lives together and I was fullyntrigued by each person s The Galapagos Affair individual guilt along with the guilt each felt over certainncidents together There were uite a few surprising twists near the end and I found myself still thinking about this book days after turning the final page which s partly why I am just now writing the review Louise Jensen has enormous talent and I am absolutely waiting on pins and needles to read what she produces next Highly recommended to readers of all genres as this one crosses boundaries on so many levels I received my copy via NetGalley from the pub. ‘I did something terrible Grace I hope you can forgive me’Grace hasn't been the same since the dea.

Lisher n exchange for a fair and honest review Many thanks and looking forward to my next Bookouture read Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a reviewGrace has a lot of problems Many months have passed since the death of her best friend and she still Tales From Nature isn t back to right She pops pills and guzzles booze to cope Shes shrewish and naggy with her longtime boyfriend Whiny brittle and needy with everyone else I was somewhat sympathetic Blood Rites (The Dresden Files, in the beginning but before all was said and done I just wanted her to stifle herself Its a matter of supreme Goalie Interference (1Night Stand indifference to me as to whether I like the main character of a book or not but there were so manynstances of Grace whimpering Grace mewling Grace blaming herself for everything under the sun that I finally lost patience Enough The Lights of Manchester is enough and too muchs just foolish The writing seemed a mite trite and made to fit On the upside I liked the Then and Now chapter headings and the pacing was fine Also liked the Charlie character and enjoyed the author s acknowledgments view spoilerGrace The Reconstructionist is being bombarded with threatening letters and smeared by nasty postings on thenternet Someone has tried to poison her and framed her for a break The Dollmakers Daughters in at her workplace Shes being watched followed stalked Her car Il is vandalized her cats dead And yet when she The Missing is awakened by a noisen the middle of the night her first thought Health Policy Analysis is that she hopes a burglarsn t n the house Um what hide spoiler This one was a little too contrived for my liking I think the author crammed n too many The nexus ideas multiple deaths fires bullying cheating stalking and even a psycho for good measure At some pointt was overkill Grace has had a hard time coping with the death of her best friend Charlie Her marriage Operatie oranje woensdag is crumbling and she s racked with guilt Guilt for things the author only alludes ton the beginning There The Mouse-Proof Kitchen is some suspensen trying to decipher what her role has been and a creep factor because someone Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success is constantly lurkingn the shadows Bits and pieces are revealed as the story flips between then and now but getting to the truth The Prodigal Prophet is painful A lot of the story felt forced almost like things were conveniently thrownn just to keep the plot line going I don t know f t s to alleviate some of her guilt but Grace decides she s going to track down Charlie s father She ends up meeting Charlie s half sister Anna Migritude instead Turns out Anna has no family and needs a place to stay So sure why not let someone you just met moven with you and your husband That sounds normal There were so many things about this book that didn t work for me The biggest being Grace s naivety There were times I just wanted to shake her and tell her to wake up How could she be so blind Bad things keep happening to her and she has no clue what s really going on I think you would have to be as naive as Grace not to see were this story was headed or who the culprit was Far fetched over the top and just too much I couldn t wait to get to the last page Take this review for what t s my opinion It could just be a case of me not you Especially Truth and Nothing But if you consider I didn t share the opinion of many of the other reviews I ve seen posted ARC kindly provided by Bookouture and NetGalleyn exchange for an honest review My reviews can also be seen at StarsThe Sister begins Negotiate the best deal in the present Twenty five year old Grace Matthewss digging up an old time capsule that her and her best friend Charlie buried ten years beforeShe never thought she d be alone opening the box that contained all of their hopes and dreams Things that were mportant to both of them as well as a bright pink envelope that Charlie slipped n right before they buried t Grace doesn t know what s n the envelope but hopes f t will give her some answers to all the uestions she has uestions that Charlie can t answer herself since she passed away four months earlierCharlie s last words go around and around One from None in her headI did something terrible Grace I hope you can forgive meWhen she opens the envelope she realizes just how little she knew about her best friend Since Charlie s death Grace has become even determined to find out what Charlie did that was so terrible These thoughts occupy so much of Grace s time that she feels she won t be able to move on until she knows everything It s even affecting her relationship with her boyfriendWhen Grace met Charlien middle school she Im Afraid of Men instantly felt like she could trust her The book delvesnto the friendship between her and Charlie as well as their close friends and the drama surrounding them all There are many references made to Grace s parents and her past We are aware that something tragic has happened and Grace seems to feel very guilty She refers to Reforesting Faith it as the day she s tried to forgetAm I really to blame Am I always to blameWhen Grace starts an online search for Charlie s father someone else from Charlie s past shows up At first Graces really happy but Peggy Deans Guide to Nature Drawing and Watercolor it s not long before strange things start happening She begins receiving strange phone calls things start to go missing and she feels like someone might be following her She wondersf she s Foursome in danger orf she s making a big deal about nothingWhen things start to take an even darker turn Grace doesn t know who to trust Is this all related to Charlie and the past Grace feels like someone Corduroys Garden is playing with her life and she s terrified to find out what they ll do nextI thought The Sister was a good psychological thriller It was easy to follow ast alternated between past and present The story line and Th of her best friend Charlie She What Is the Story of Scooby-Doo? is haunted by Charlie's last words andn a bid for answers opens an.

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