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The Pearl Sister (The Seven Sisters Book 4):Abra-sua-mei

Lucinda Riley
Lucinda Riley Published in October 19, 2018, 11:11 pm
 The Pearl Sister (The Seven Sisters Book 4):Abra-sua-mei

The Pearl Sister (The Seven Sisters Book 4):Abra-sua-mei


patricia Reply to on 24 December 2017
The seven sisters are like a golden nugent. It is unique and exciting. Each sister interweaves her story around the others, Each sister is totally different yet simaler. I thought personally that the the Pearl Sister was the best . I really enjoyed the Aboriginal history. It was a culture I knew nothing about so I can now build on the information within this book . I thought Ce Ce was a lovely person that caught my interest from page one. I like the fact that there is some interplay with the other sister so you catch up with their life. Although each book is a long read, I just zoom through the pages. If you read just one book in 2018 make sure it' s the Peal Sister. Looking forward to the Moon Sister which will be published next year.
LittleLadyBuyer Reply to on 14 April 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed the fourth book of the series as well as where it was based. Given the choice of words used by natives of the early twentieth century aborigines' era, I rapidly cottoned on to the story from the moment it picked up from the last epic novel, to the moment it took off in this one.
I believed in the struggles of the times, that were apparent in both Europe and in the far West at the times where war was abound, but of course this was relayed in short by the context of the novel. This one encompassed a lot of lonely twists and turns in both present and past and melancholy trips with hidden catastrophes and dramas were eloquently put, whilst in the same sense captivating the reader to envisage the harsh landscape through a narrow lens as it were, through rougher times for women of all classes. As we are commemorating 100 years of the rights of women, the tale seems both rife and apt for times that were only processed through courage compassion, and humanity. All this and more is found in the book.
gillyflower Reply to on 13 February 2018
If you have read the other books in this series, then I think its hard not to become somewhat addicted!! The first and second are still my firm favourites. I was interested and eager to read CeCe's story, but found myself far more absorbed in the back story of Kitty McBride. I enjoyed reading about Thailand and the Red Centre in Australia. If there was one thing that did perplex me, it was a character who appeared in the Thai section. At the end of the book, I did ask myself what was the point of him. Also there were too many convenient co-incidences and for me a rather rushed ending. However very enjoyable overall and how can you miss out on the story of one of the Seven Sisters.
Cl Warburton
Cl Warburton Reply to on 20 November 2017
I loved The Pearl Sister...I'd been looking forward to its publication having read 3 books of this series...just unputdownable!! Beautifully written with a great weaving of historical fact, geographical description and fictional tale all linked to the wider story. So, I ask the questions ...who was Pa Salt and is he really dead? ....who is Ma and what is her story? Looking forward to Moon Sister and Tiggy's story due in Autumn 2018!!
Tracy D.
Tracy D. Reply to on 6 November 2017
Another beautifully crafted Lucinda Riley masterpiece. I don't know how she does it, but this series keeps getting better and better. I've never read another author who can so easily transport me to a different time and place. It's so engrossing that when startled, I'm surprised to find myself at home and not on a beach in Thailand, or in the Australian Outback.

In the previous novels CeeCee came off as bossy and controlling over her sister Star. Getting to know her in this novel, she's vulnerable, insecure open and adrift. It was great seeing her spread her wings and find her purpose.

Now, the sad long wait for Tiggy's story!
Nelly Reply to on 8 September 2018
I LOVE these books so much, and was up until just recently excited about working my way through a series. Haven’t done that since Harry Potter books came out many moons ago. But The Pearl Sister has been open on my Kindle for about 3 months, I am struggling to get through it. I like it, but I don’t love it, and thats the shame because my expectations have been set with the other books and so I’m dissapointed because I just can’t seem to flow with it like I did the others. It feels a bit unrealistic at times, and I try to roll with it but have to stop and do something else, whereas with the others I was engrossed and couldn’t put the book down. I want to say it feels contrived, but I guess thats a good description of the whole series, not in a negative way, but the whole storyline has an element of that. This book just tries a bit too hard, and there are parts to it that I think ‘really’. Anyway, I’m considering skimming through the last few pages, or just pushing on. I don’t feel good about not completing it, as I really cant wait for The Moon Sister in November. I guess lets be realistic, you cant always get on with all of the books, I’m sure there was one Harry Potter book that dragged a bit. So in a positive frame of mind, bring on the next one.
Amanda Winward
Amanda Winward Reply to on 8 November 2017
Another brilliant novel by Lucinda Riley. Absolutely love the Seven Sisters novels. Not one disappointing! Each one provides an interesting history dynamic of each character. I eagerly anticipate each novel by this author & love her way f writing & her characters. I’m going back to read the first of this series again. Can’t wait for the next!
Bounty Bob
Bounty Bob Reply to on 12 March 2018
Another fantastic book in the Seven Sisters series. Each one weaves an enthralling story in a dual timeframe and we learn something of the history of the world (Rio de Janeiro, Grieg, Beatrix Potter, Aboriginal art). I could never be bored as each one unravels the mystery of each adopted daughter.
My only disappointment is that I have to wait until Autumn 2018 for The Moon Sister. I recommend everyone to start at the beginning as you are in for treat.
Mrs. Christine M Tyrie
Mrs. Christine M Tyrie Reply to on 9 November 2017
Absolutely brilliant. It always seems a long wait for the next book but it is well worth it. LUCINDA RILEY is a wonderful writer and never disappoints. Apart from the pure enjoyment of reading the book, and a fresh storyline, it is also a joy to discover knowledge of people and history and ways of life, of which one would otherwise have little idea, and the history of
The Pearl Industry was a welcome revelation, and of the aboriginal people! A triumph.....thank you!
C J W Reply to on 9 August 2018
This is a stunning 4th novel in the wonderfully epic series of The Seven Sisters . The Pearl Sister doesn't disappoint. Those readers who are gradually working their way through this series will have already identified the brilliance of Lucinder Riley's writings and delved into this series with a readers thirst for each of the sister's stories. I cannot - though I know I have to - wait for the next book The Moon Sister out in November 18. For those readers who have not come across this series I urge you to do so. You will not regret it.
Even though some reviewers say each book can stand alone I think they are much better read in sequence.
Read read read to your hearts content and like me avidly thirst for the next one. Brilliant clever LR - thank you for your stunning writing.
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