The Almost SistersBook - 2017
From Library Staff
Chapel_Hill_TracyB Apr 27, 2018
I've loved Joshilyn's work from the beginning, and yet The Almost Sisters still amazed me with its thoughtful consideration of the importance race plays in modern life, especially in the South. Leia has an interesting mix of acceptance and acknowledgement of her own point of view versus that of t... Read More »
The Reading List: Best Genre Fiction: Women's Fiction Winner!
"An amazingly thoughtful consideration of the importance race plays in modern life, especially in the South. Those who love fully-fleshed, multi-leveled, neither good nor bad characters who, like the rest of us, are a bit of both, will love the honesty that Joshilyn uncovers in how we think ... Read More »
Chapel_Hill_KatieJ Oct 13, 2017
While this book had its moments, it was too disjointed. Leia is an unexpectedly pregnant, 38 year old comic book creator. It’s frustrating that she doesn’t even seem to have any idea what the heroes that she created are or represent. How is she successful if she doesn’t seem to understand her own... Read More »