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Sister mine

Tawni O"Dell

Sister mine

a novel

by Tawni O"Dell

  • 378 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Shaye Areheart Books in New York, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTawni O"Dell.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS
The Physical Object
Pagination405 p. ;
Number of Pages405
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22757303M
ISBN 109780307351265

Our Reading Guide for Sister Mine by Tawni O'Dell includes a Book Club Discussion Guide, Book Review, Plot Summary-Synopsis and Author Bio. Get this from a library! Sister mine. [Tawni O'Dell] -- "Set in the mining town of Jolly Mount, Pennsylvania, Sister Mine is told in the wry, honest and sometimes heartbreakingly poignant voice of Shae-Lynn Penrose, offbeat ex-cop and now sole proprietor.

  “Sister Mine delivers a luxurious read, a novel worthy of the literary equivalent of a Grammy or an Oscar. This is a novel for people who devour good writing and craft-intensive storytelling, who savor the haven, both safe and fraught with danger, of a world in which fiction becomes the kind of truth that sets you free/5(41).   Sister Mine I purchased this book after I read Back Road, thinking it would probably be just as good but I was not that impressed. It was something to read to pass time. I wouldn't recommend purchasing it. More Books by Tawni O'Dell See All. Back Roads. Fragile Beasts. Coal Run. Angels Burning. One of Us/5(9).

  Sister of Mine: A Novel by Laurie Petrou book review. Click to read the full review of Sister of Mine: A Novel in New York Journal of Books. Review written by C. C. : Laurie Petrou.   Sister Mine by Nalo Hopkinson is urban mythic fantasy, very much in the same genre as Charles de Lint’s Newford series and Neil Gaiman’s American Gods but still wildly different. Instead of the standard Irish, Greek and Germanic faeries and gods that tend to stroll the streets, Hopkinson’s book follows the celestial mischief and family /5(37).


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Sister mine by Tawni O"Dell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sister Mine was an enjoyable novel with an interesting peek into the world of a coal miner's life. I enjoyed the story lines, but sometimes felt that there were too 4/5(65). Her newest novel, Sister Mine, has a lighter edge than some of her previous work; it's an engaging, messy fable about the interconnectedness of even the little things in our lives This is a book about family, and Sister Mine remains a suitably imperfect and vibrant story of family in all its unfathomable wonders and annoyances, and the power it holds over us - or gives us."―4/4(44).

Sister of Mine: A Novel Kindle Edition by Sabra Waldfogel (Author)/5(). Sister mine book Tawni O'Dell is the New York Times bestselling author of Fragile Beasts, Sister Mine, Coal Run, and Back Roads, which was an Oprah's Book Club pick and a Book-of-the-Month Club Main Selection. Tawni's screen adaptation of Back Roads is currently in development to be made into a film with Adrian Lyne set to direct/5.

Her newest novel, Sister Mine, has a lighter edge than some of her previous work; it's an engaging, messy fable about the interconnectedness of even the little things in our lives This is a book about family, and Sister Mine remains a suitably imperfect and vibrant story of family in all its unfathomable wonders and annoyances, and the power it holds over us - or Brand: Grand Central Publishing.

Revised edition: Previously published as Slave and Sister, this edition of Sister of Mine: A Novel includes editorial revisions/5(1K). Sister Mine is a throughly enjoyable, quirky and imaginative coming of age story.

As the blurb goes, the main storyline is Abby and Makeda are ex-conjoined twin daughters of a mortal woman and a demi god. At their separation Abby got all the mojo, where as Makeda is the family outcast with no powers/5.

Her newest novel, Sister Mine, has a lighter edge than some of her previous work; it's an engaging, messy fable about the interconnectedness of even the little things in our lives. Though this is. The novel backtracks to cover the earlier life of the family. In flashbacks, the. SISTER OF MINE by Sabra Waldfogel.

Although this novel takes place during the years of the Civil War, it is more a novel of two sisters – one white, one black -- and how they learn to /5. SISTER OF MINE by LAURIE PETROU is an engaging, tense, and haunting domestic suspense novel about the bond and secrets shared by two sisters, Penny and Hattie/5.

Ma • Nalo Hopkinson's latest, Sister Mine, mixes urban fantasy and family tension in a story about semi-divine twin sisters struggling to Author: Nalo Hopkinson. Sister Mine is one of those novels that insist on being read, front to back, as fast as possible.” — Boston Globe “Bitterly poignant in places, it’s also a rollicking good read — and Shae-Lynn’s richly drawn character resonates long after her final wisecrack.”.

Sister Mine, O'Dell's third novel following Back Roads and Coal Run, is a raucous, action-driven, fun read with a cast of robust characters including hard. Sister Mine Tawni O'Dell made a dramatic entrance onto the literary scene with her first novel, Back Roads (), an Oprah's Book Club selection which garnered rave reviews.

Sister Mine Book Summary and Study Guide Nalo Hopkinson Booklist Nalo Hopkinson Message Board Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Sister Mine Makeda is the only one in her supernatural family who has no powers, now she has to navigate her complicated relationships and help find her missing godling father.

"Sister Mine" qualifies as literature according to his definition. For example, I have spent some time pondering what took place in the conversation between Clay and Shannon at the end of the book. Clay tells his mother "I realize after talking to Aunt Shannon that there are things about you I don't understand completely."5/5(5).

Sister of Mine: A Novel Since so many readers rely on Gone with the Wind as their template for slave owners, it's refreshing to find a book with multi-faceted characters among the planter class, the slaves, and non slaveholding whites.

In addition, to discover a book that/5. Get this from a library. Sister mine. [Nalo Hopkinson] -- Possessing no magic but a beautiful singing voice, Makeda leaves her formerly co-joined twin sister, Abby, to set out on her own for a life of independence, but must reconcile with her sibling after.

"Sister Mine" is the story -- told in the first person -- of a tough and scrappy woman whose life has been shaped by her abusive father and the hard knocks. Sister Mine Tawni O 'Dell, Author (24 and the town deputy) on her own.

For the past 18 years, she has believed that her sister, Shannon, was killed by. Buy a cheap copy of Sister Mine book by Nalo Hopkinson.

WINNER OF THE ANDRE NORTON NEBULA AWARDNalo Hopkinson--winner of the John W. Campbell Award, the Sunburst Award, and the World Fantasy .Has Sister Mine turned you off from other books in this genre?

I love science fiction, Greek mythology, and fantasy books. While there are instances of those genres in this book, it still failed to capture my interest. The narrator made this interesting. Was Sister Mine. Since then, she has worked as a technical writer and has written about historic architecture for Old House Journal and Arts and Crafts Homes.

Waldfogel’s short story “Yemaya” appeared in Sixfold’s Winter fiction issue. In her free time, she collects and sells antiques with her husband. Sister of Mine is her first novel.4/4(1).