The Half Sister by Sandie Jones Review

                                         The Half SisterSandie Jones | Minotaur Books| Pub: June 16, 2020
This book is written using different POVs, and the first thing I noticed was how interesting it was to read the two perspectives of the sisters, Kate and Lauren. It was clear that Kate envied Lauren and vise versa. All this time, they thought the other sister had the perfect life, but little did they know each of them weren’t living happy lives.

I found the story predictable, however, the author managed to keep me entertained. Due to all the secrets and lies, I couldn’t put it down! Since Kate is an investigative reporter, it gave a bit of a mystery aspect in the story which I really appreciated!

I also loved how we got to learn about what each character was going through and their past experiences. It was multiple stories all intertwined. I really enjoyed that! Especially at the end when the action picked up a bit, such a great ending!!!

Thank you to Minotaur Books for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.

Sisters Kate and Lauren meet for Sunday lunch every week without fail, especially after the loss of their father.

But a knock at the door is about to change everything. A young woman by the name of Jess holds a note with the results of a DNA test, claiming to be their half sister.


As the fallout starts, it's clear that they are all hiding secrets, and perhaps this family isn't as perfect as it appears.


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