The Grey Sisters by Jo Treggiari Review

For those who love a book that starts with a bang, this one is definitely one of them! The initial scene opens the story with a deep sense of urgency that pulls the reader right in. 

I'm not usually a fan of novels with more than 2-3 POVs but this one was so magnificently crafted that they all blended in and tied together perfectly.

I love when the author incorporates a creepy feel to the story and The Grey Sisters had just enough. It truly gave out the feeling that you were being watched by hidden figures in the room. I thought this added even more suspense and creepiness to the story. 

As for twists and turns, there are tons! Some were predictable, others were not. I loved trying to figure out what comes next as I was reading along.

The characters were well crafted and the reader could really feel their battle for the last spark of hope, even during their darkest days. The determination of the women was transparent and the story ended in a satisfying way. 

This book really delivered and even gave out more than I had originally anticipated. Highly recommend! This title is available now.

Thank you to Penguin Random House Canada for my gifted copy.

My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Here's a quick synopsis: 
D and Spider have always been close friends, and they are further united in their shared heartbreak: they both lost siblings in a horrific plane crash two years earlier. A chance sighting of a beloved cuddly toy in a photograph of the only survivor spurs D to finally seek closure. She and Spider and their friend, Min, set off on a road trip to the mountainside site of that terrible crash.

Ariel has lived on the mountain all her life. She and her extended family are looked down upon by neighboring townsfolk and she has learned to live by her wits, trusting few people outside of her isolated, survivalist community. A terrifying attack sends her down the mountain for help; on her way, she comes upon the three girls -- a chance encounter that will have far-reaching consequences for them all. (Reference : Goodreads)

Happy reading,

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