The Reel Sisters by Michelle Cummings

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I would like to know the surprise that is in the sisters so I will give this book a try.

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The love in girl friendships means a lot to me and that's why I gave it a try.

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It is actually just now that I realized, the reason behind the title of the book. It is about friendship and the joy they share when they are together and how the thought of the fly fishing strengthened what they have. But more than that, it was the fact that though they are not real siblings by blood, they are Reel (or should I say Real) sisters because of the emotions they feel towards each other. As they say, home isn't a place. It is a feeling.
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Asen Stoyanchev wrote:
30 Mar 2018, 13:48
I just happen to bump into this book and I am very intrigued. i might give it a try even though it seems to me like it falls into the chick lit category.
Yeah, it's kind of girlish and shows just how independent girls my sometimes be. Although it's a nice read for guys too. Try it.

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Misael wrote:
01 Apr 2018, 01:39
From what I have read about this book, I could see a movie adaptation in the offing: mature hollywood movie stars probably?
Lol. That's your point of view, and I come to realise I actually agree with you. Yeah, these "reel sisters" indeed make a good movie turnout.

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I would for sure give this book a shot. There are a few surprises that keep you wanting more.

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lisamcogutu wrote:
08 May 2018, 07:13
:geek2:
Asen Stoyanchev wrote:
30 Mar 2018, 13:48
I just happen to bump into this book and I am very intrigued. i might give it a try even though it seems to me like it falls into the chick lit category.
Yeah, it's kind of girlish and shows just how independent girls my sometimes be. Although it's a nice read for guys too. Try it.
I will. When it comes to quality books, the genre often doesn't matter.
“Books are mirrors: you only see in them what you already have inside you.”
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Asen Stoyanchev wrote:
11 May 2018, 04:02
lisamcogutu wrote:
08 May 2018, 07:13
:geek2:
Asen Stoyanchev wrote:
30 Mar 2018, 13:48
I just happen to bump into this book and I am very intrigued. i might give it a try even though it seems to me like it falls into the chick lit category.
Yeah, it's kind of girlish and shows just how independent girls my sometimes be. Although it's a nice read for guys too. Try it.
I will. When it comes to quality books, the genre often doesn't matter.
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Vivianne Nat wrote:
09 Apr 2018, 05:25
Now that i have read the comments about it, i am thinking about trying to give this a shot.
Me too. All the comments have sparked my interest.

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The theme of the book, the power of women relationships, especially the type of bonds created as they enjoy their hobby makes the book worth reading.

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Just got myself a copy of this book. Hope I enjoy it as everyone else seems to have done.

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I am currently reading this book and so far would highly recommend it. I really enjoy the characters and think the story has some strong aspects.

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Yep, even though they aren't actual sisters, they are 'reel' sisters! It just goes to show you that friendships can be just as strong as family sometimes.

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I love the way the fly fishing theme was sometimes used metaphorically relate to life.

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This book was definitely worth the read. Once I started reading it, I could not put it down.

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