The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place
Publish date: September 23rd 2014
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
The sisters of Prickwillow Place find someone they know to be murdered. It is up to them to figure out who did this and why.
The book is intriguing and fun with a touch of humor. We begin the story by being introduced to the girls with a quick look into why they were sent to St. Etheldreda's School for Girls. Then shortly after, we have the death of the headmistress and her brother, leaving the girls to solve a mystery w...
DNF at 15%. It was okay, but just not very interesting. Too twee for my tastes. Previous Updates: 1/9/18 – 8%
It’s sounds a bit odd to call a book that opens with a double murder hilarious, but this one is. Berry situates herself a little more firmly in history than she has previously done (although significant suspension of disbelief is required). I loved the humor, and the way the girls stuck up for each ...
I loved this book. It was delightful, from beginning to end. I was searching for how to classify it, and in the afterward, Ms. Berry mentioned the term, British Farce. And that's what this is. I am all for Girl Power, and this book is very much about girl power and the bond between girls/women. Not ...