Friday 19 April 2019

My Sister's Lies
S.D. Robertson

Guest Review
Julie Williams

Today, it's my turn on the Blog Tour for My Sister's Lies by S.D. Robertson. Thank you again to the lovely Julie Williams for reviewing for me and for keeping the blog going whilst I have been unable to. I appreciate everyone's thoughts, prayers and general loveliness whilst I have been dealing with my beautiful Mum's passing.

I hope to get back to full pelt soon with my reading and this author is one that I hope to catch up on soon as he always delivers great books! Sit back, grab a cuppa and enjoy Julie's review.

Another great read by S D Robertson, as this story examines a whole range of emotions mostly brought about by secrets and lies.

There are four central characters, Hannah, her husband Mark, Hannah’s twin sister Diane and Diane’s daughter Mia. They each have a difficult relationship with each other mainly due to events which occurred years ago.  These are revealed as the story progresses with Mia being the only innocent one in my eyes. 

When Diane and Mia suddenly turn up on Hannah’s doorstep after an absence of over 10 years, then leaving Mia in her care, a whole host of questions and worries set a new roller coaster in motion.

I think both Hannah and Diane had their faults and both felt guilty that they had allowed over a decade to pass with neither of them speaking.

Hannah turned to counselling during this time and some of the sessions are included chapters in this book.

Diane however focused on raising Mia and being the best Mum she could be as a single parent.

My thanks to NetGalley for the digital ARC, this is my own opinion of My Sister’s Lies.

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