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I really wanted to like this book. Anne Fortier did an outstanding job with Juliet and this was disappointing. It seemed to drag and the story of the Amazons didn't catch me - wasn't plausible enough for me to continue the read. I bailed on this book.....
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What did you love best about The Lost Sisterhood?
In most stories similar to this one, reality comes second. In life our decisions have consequences and sometimes, those consequences hurt us. In this story, the author addressed this. The women fought bravely and made tough decisions. They were effected by these decisions, but they continued to preserver. There is also a message that I wish people today would realize. "Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." While this quote actually originated in the mind of Benjamin Franklin, The Lost Sisterhood is a story of it's basic understanding. In addition, it's women surviving without men, something most societies would laugh at.
What did you like best about this story?
The beautiful message behind the determination and love that the characters imbued.
What does Cassandra Campbell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Cassandra did a good job with the various accents.
Who was the most memorable character of The Lost Sisterhood and why?
Myrina, can't check the spelling, sorry. She experienced pain and loss from an early age, but never gave up. The trials and tribulations that she endured were more than most could/would survive. With all of that, she still continued to fight for what she believed, love her sisters, and live an honest life. Her legacy lived on.
Any additional comments?
This was an empowering read. It's clear that it is set in the fiction world, however, much food for thought can be garnered from the story. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it.
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