Thursday, July 3, 2014

All for a Sister Book Review


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 About the Book

In Hollywood during the Roaring Twenties, Celeste DuFrane has it all. Her father's work with color movie film opens doors that lead to the stardom she's always aspired to. But after losing her mother, she discovers that half the estate has been left to a woman accused of killing Celeste's baby sister before Celeste was even born.Dana Lundgren arrives on the steps of the DuFrane mansion having spent most of her life imprisoned for a crime that never happened. After accusing her of murder so many years ago, why did Marguerite DuFrane leave her a sizeable inheritance? As Celeste and Dana learn each other's stories, they come up with more questions than answers. Then a surprising discovery begins to fill in the missing pieces: Marguerite DuFrane's written confession, penned shortly before her death. Uncovering the treachery and deceit that changed the course of countless lives--most of all, their own--the two women find more than they ever dreamed of. (Goodreads)

My Review


I have read the most of Allison's books and each of them are completely different. The first book in this series I really didn't like so I was hesitant on reading this one, (I haven't read book two yet). This book was much better than I expected and really amazed me with it's multi-character depth. There is a lot going on in this book, at times it was hard to follow. I liked most of the characters though Dana was my favorite. There is a lot of drama and so many secrets in this book it was hard to keep them all straight. I thought I was reading a different author for awhile and was really impressed with how Allison pulled off this story line. Hollywood in the twenties comes with all kinds of scandals and people. Allison portrays God through the midst of change and developed a great story!




Four and a half stars!


"I received this book from Tyndale for free in exchange for an honest review."









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