Author(s): Eleanor Brown
Rosalind. Bianca. Cordelia. The Weird Sisters. Rose always first, Bean never first, Cordy always last. The history of our trinity is fractious -- a constantly shifting dividing line, never equal, never equitable. Two against one, or three opposed, but never all together. Our estrangement is not drama-laden -- we have not betrayed one another's trust, we have not stolen lovers or fought over money or property or any of the things that irreparably break families apart. The answer, for us, is much simpler. See, we love each other. We just don't happen to like each other very much.
'Even if you don't have a sister, you may feel like you have one after reading this hilarious and utterly winsome novel.' Sarah Blake, best-selling author of The Postmistress 'Three sisters, as different in temperament as King Lear's daughters, each return to their parental home, harbouring secrets ! A funny and insightful mirror to reality' Easy Living 'What a joy to read. What a VOICE. The Weird Sisters is family drama dissected by verbal scalpel. If wit and language could protect against growing old, these bewitching sisters might never have to grow up.' Helen Simonson, best-selling author of Major Pettigrew's Last Stand 'I CAPTURE THE CASTLE meets THE VIRGIN SUICIDES. An eccentric and totally irresistible read' Glamour
A New York Times bestseller in both hardback and paperback, The Weird Sisters is Eleanor Brown's debut novel.