The Sisters by J.S. Ellis
Published: September 24, 2019
Black Cat Ink Press
I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.
J.S. Ellis in creative writing, English literature, and digital marketing. She lives in Malta with her fiancé. When she’s not writing or reading, she’s either cooking, eating cheese and chocolate, or listening to good music and enjoying a glass of wine or two.
“I made my own path, and my sister chose hers.”
Jenny is a model, essentially living this life most dream about. Evie is an afterthought, but she is weirdly okay with that. The sisters have a bond that no one understands.
This short story is dark and twisted- just the way I like them! I like that the story could be told with minimal detail, yet it didn’t feel complete.
Evie is clearly a complicated character that could be fleshed out and explained, but I liked that she was left mysterious.
Jenny is the golden child in every way. Pretty and intelligent, flourishing and thriving. But even the brightest lights cast a shadow.
This was a quick read, and I enjoyed it immensely. If you think your family has skeletons in the closet, just keep reading.