This latest one from the New York Times Book Review is only the latest addition to the pile of glowing reviews for Rosamund Lupton’s debut novel, SISTER: “A taut, hold-your-breath-and-your-handkerchief thriller….Both tear-jerking and spine-tingling, SISTER provides an adrenaline rush that could cause a chill on the sunniest afternoon”

And from Booklist‘s starred review:
“Lupton’s remarkable debut novel is a masterful, superlative-inspiring success that will hook readers (and keep them guessing) from page one…A chilling, gripping, tragic, heart-warming, life-affirming enigma of a story.”

And from Library Journal’s starred review:
“Beautifully written with an unexpected twist at the end…Thriller fans will eagerly await Lupton’s next book”

And from Publishers Weekly’s starred review:
“British author Lupton’s unusual and searing debut is her heroine Beatrice Hemming’s letter to her dead younger sister, Tess.”

SISTER is seeing stars…

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