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The Sisterhood by Daisy Buchanan

Sarah Collins Bookworm

I’ve never known what it’s like to have a sister, I was gifted with two little brothers. I really wanted Mathew, the youngest of them, to be a girl called Stephanie (I was big into Grease II at the time). There’s been times I’ve longed for a sister, mostly as I’ve watched my brothers grow up as best mates, I wanted the same, someone to hang around with, share a room with, argue with and whatever else it is that sisters do.

Me and the brothers I wish had been sisters (they’re actually alright) L-R David, me and Mathew.

Daisy Buchanan grew up with five younger sisters. Like me she’s the eldest, the big sister, the boss. Make no mistake about it, the eldest can be bloody horrible – I tortured my brothers growing up.

I thought I’d missed out not having sister’s but what this book reminded me is…

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