Review of Sister Dear

Sister Dear by Hannah Mary McKinnon

I’m so excited to share this review with you all, as this is my first true review since I started my blog and it’s a GREAT one! It took me a little longer to complete this book than usual, as I spent the first week in June wrapping up school before summer break and heading off to the beach for some sun and time away from my computer! It was a welcomed break, but over way too soon! But, since you came here to read about the book…here you go!

I finished this cleverly evil domestic thriller while at the beach this week. It took me a little bit to get into the book, but I think it was mainly due to my atmosphere. As most of you know, thrillers have become my favorite genre of late and this book was definitely a favorite on my list. I’ve only read one other of her books, The Neighbors, earlier in the year and it didn’t disappoint, but this one was way better! I enjoyed that it was different and it took me until the end to realize things would be taking a turn, and what a turn they took!

Eleanor discovers that the father she had always known was not actually her real father but before she can find out anything else, he dies from cancer, leaving behind a name. She follows the trail until she discovers her real father and his current family and begins to wonder how it would feel to be a welcomed family member. She also discovers a that she has a half-sister and all she wants is to get to know her and maybe even become close with her, but as the old saying says, be careful what you wish for.

Hannah Mary Mckinnon has a way with words, creates believable characters, and has an evil imagination! If you want an edge of your seat thriller that will keep you guessing, this is it! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

*Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review!


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