The Weird Sisters is a novel by Eleanor Brown about the Andreas family, particularly the three sisters, Cordelia, Rosalind and Bianca. Their father speaks in Shakesperian verse.
I wanted to like this book. And its not that I disliked it. I had a mixture of both. There’s not a great deal going on in the book to make up for the off putting aspects is the biggest problem.
All of the girls come home because their mother has breast cancer. Rose never left. But, the story isn’t really about her. She’s what brought them together.
The book is told in what appears to be a collective voice of all three, but again, not entirely. So, you lose track of if its the communal voice or a sort of individual voice. This is without a doubt the most confusing part of the book. But, though there are part of the story where it is interesting, it keeps losing it. To be honest, I am not sure why I kept reading it. I generally lose patience with books that I don’t care for. Which probably explains why there are so few that I review with bad marks. I can’t make it all the way through. Well, I suppose since I made it through this one, I owe it at least a 2 star, but that is a bare 2 star.