What My Sister Knew by Nina Laurin (Review by Taylor Bridgeforth)

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Rating: 3.5/5*

I enjoyed how well the book propelled forward. I wasn’t in my head too long asking other questions UNTIL Andrea turned out to be a little liar, then I knew nothing.

Andre and Eli are twins and someone set their house on fire, killing their mom and stepdad. Eli went to jail for fifteen years because he’s the one who said he wanted their parents to die ‘a horrible, painful, fiery death.’ Case closed, then Andrea got adopted by her bullies’ parents—that’s not possible, right?

Andre and Eli are twins and someone set their house on fire, killing their mom and stepdad. Eli went to jail for fifteen years because he’s the one who said he wanted their parents to die ‘a horrible, painful, fiery death.’ Case closed, then Andrea got adopted by her bullies’ parents—that’s not possible, right?

Andrea is torn between continuing the life she’s built, running away or stopping her brother. It’d be an easy decision IF SHE WAS INNOCENT. Because it turns out Andrea was the neglected twin growing up who got bullied at school and ignored at home and wanted everyone to die; PLOT TWIST. ‘What My Sister Knew’?! She knew everything because she did it!

All that Andrea did after the fire, she gained for herself. After her brother’s botched attempt to kill her she has every right to go back to her fiancé and start planning their wedding, yes?

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