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I don't always enjoy adult books but this one kept me interested all the way through. Very clever insight into twins who, although identical, are so Although there were a few details I didn't like, over all I enjoyed this book very much.

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The relationship between the twins, one being kind of normal and main stream and the other flighty new age free spirited, I could really relate to. I'll be looking for other books by this author.

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Sisterland not only reveals hidden depths in its characters, but it, too, holds more than a snap judgment might promise. Was she exaggerating what it feels like to be an empath—someone who understands feelings without being told?

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Was she trying to hint at the way bonds between sisters—or mother and child—can often seem extrasensory? Was she extending a middle finger at the way the literary establishment dismisses genre fiction out-of-hand? Did Sittenfeld latch on to a gimmick as a way of drawing attention to the sort of story that, when written by women, is frequently ignored or categorized as little more than chick lit?

I guess it's much more interesting to me to write someone who is a combination of good and bad qualities because that's what people are like in real life.

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  4. She holds on to bitter resentments against her mother, a woman with clear emotional problems, and her middle school nemesis. The sisters fight, and say the cruelest things imaginable and stay up half the night stewing over them, but instead of apologizing in a grand way, they jump right back into the sharing of everyday intimacies.