Being a single mom with a small child most books I get to read are at the kindergarten level maybe first grade level if I’m lucky. Before my daughter was born I would spend hours reading books by Dean Koontz, John Sandford or even Stephen King. So when the chance came along to read The Sisters: A Mystery of Good and Evil by Don Sloan in exchange for an honest and unbiased review I could not say no.
I know ebooks are all the rage and everyone has a kindle (heck even I have a kindle) but I honestly am not fond of this format for books. There is nothing like curling up with a good book, feeling the pages turn beneath your fingers and the smell of ink and paper. I also love displaying my books after I have read them and loaning them to friends and family to enjoy. An ebook is just not the same. The Sisters would be a very large and impressive book to have on your end table if you had a physical copy.
The Sisters: A Mystery of Good and Evil is broken into two books. The first book has 12 chapter and second book 27 chapters. I like that it is all one book because it really does flow together. I enjoyed how the story jumped around the area it reminded me of a movie If these Walls Could Talk.
I do not want to give away all the twist and turns in the book because for me that’s part of the enjoyment for reading the book. My one suggestions is when yous start to read the book find someplace with no distractions. It took me about 2-3 chapters to really get into the characters and have characters mapped out in my mind. For me it was a little struggle to catch on and get hooked on the book but once I did I did not want to put it down.
If you enjoy a good mystery and do not mind a book that skips around and tells a fascinating story then give The Sisters: A Mystery of Good and Evil a try. I really enjoyed the time I spent reading this book.