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The Good Sister
The Good Sister
Author: Diana Diamond
Jennifer and Catherine-sisters who have inherited equal shares of power in Pegasus Satellite Services, one of the biggest communications empires in the world-could not be more different. While Catherine is an extraordinary beauty whose looks attract the most handsome and powerful men, her sister is a plain-Jane, no-nonsense gal who prefers runn...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780312291655
ISBN-10: 0312291655
Publication Date: 8/17/2002
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.

3.2 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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cheermom140 avatar reviewed The Good Sister on + 85 more book reviews
From the very first page of the book, when you are introduced to a very interesting pyschopath, this book keeps your attention.

Just in the first few pages you learn that one sister blinded her other sister's baby doll so that her own doll would be the prettiest; broke her sister's ankle in junior high so that one would be on the field hockey team and the other would sit out the season; and sent out horrible emails about her sister and father to the business world so that her father would get mad at her sister. The one sister also admits that she tried to help kill her other sister. And that's just by page 11!

How can you not go on reading? The writing is a breeze - this is an easy book to read - better than a stale Steele!

Read it just for entertainment purposes - not for any deep meaning. This is a great book to read when you are busy doing other things because it gives you a break from the real world for a while!
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This book was much better than _The First Wife_. It was pretty exciting and with an interesting structure. The plot, though straightforward, was not that easy to predict and the author did a wonderful job of keeping the reader guessing which sister was the "good" one.
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A multifaceted, remarkably suspenseful thriller about two sisters.


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