Sisters in Sanity
Publish date: September 1st 2007
Publisher: Harper Teen
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
, Young Adult Contemporary
WARNING: This book generally contains and depicts scenes which tug heartstrings and well your eyes so much that it typically itches and you just can't stop staring at the ceiling, contemplating about the memorable characters that have to say goodbye upon ending the book, the massive emotions that sa...
I was really excited to start reading Sisters in Sanity; I felt like I was the only person on the planet who hadn’t read any of Gayle Forman’s books so I couldn’t wait to dive into this one and see what I was missing out on.I had a really hard time connecting with the main characters of Sisters in S...
Read more reviews at What Danielle Did Next Gayle Forman has been on my TBR list for a loooong time so I jumped at the chance at participating in a readalong of her books. I had zero expecations going into Sisters in Sanity but I was pleasantly surpised at how readable and compelling this book was a...
Loved the ending!
I had never even heard of Sisters in Sanity, but when I signed up for the Gayle Forman Read-Along at Book Addict’s Guide, I decided to go along for the whole thing. Since Sisters in Sanity was the first book up, I decided to give it a chance.Sisters in Sanity starts out with Brit complaining about a...