Review by marsg -- The Reel Sisters by Michelle Cummings

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Review by marsg -- The Reel Sisters by Michelle Cummings

Post by marsg » 05 Apr 2018, 17:06

[Following is a volunteer review of "The Reel Sisters" by Michelle Cummings.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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What could someone or group of people do to make them real? Here a group of female or women joined, come together with one heart, one thought and spirit. This make them became real and real sisters. It's a wonderful and interesting story of five women but the started first together with four of them; Rose, Sophie, Veronica, and Amanda.

They have passion for fly fishing and they all have there own perspective and life. Rose is the owner of the place where they all met. They all came from different places but the met at the cabin next to the river. Veronica is a life coach, Sophie owns a plant nursery and Amanda a military wife and also a teacher.

They spent their lives on the river as they took the weekends together. They do search for fishes which are perfectly good. It happens when they caught a naked young woman with her photograph who was trying to make a snap. The lady was known as Melody, she was added to the group. They took her as one of then as she became one of the sister. They taught her about the river and how to cope with it.

They story is interesting, so understandable and also easy to read. It tells about love friendship and some other thoughts and feelings. They became a group of five sisters. The characters can be known or has been described by their actions. The fly fishing described the book as a non fiction. The way the women were living proved a love story and the other and a secret of the past and also a founder of happiness in the midst of the five. The fishing life style makes the women kept self confidence and believe in themselves. They really have their dignity left with them as they were fly fishing. I know that as they are doing that, they do enjoy it as more than they expected.

I loved the book and it explains to me how people can form a group and prosper. How can they be happy if they don't enjoy the activities? That's the question I asked myself. I rate this book a 4 out of 4 stars 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟.... It explains the signs of togetherness in life and brought about the usefulness of sisterhood and a team work. "The real sisters" wow! I enjoyed the little I understood from the book, Michelle broke down their activities to more explanatory form. I still rate this book a 4 out of 4 stars⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️......

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Post by mtsnel006 » 22 Sep 2018, 15:30

I did not find the cover for the book to be attractive and inviting, so, I probably would not have chosen to read the book. Having read the review and the sample, I found the book to be nice, but I still will not read it entirely because it focuses on the flying fish sport, and since I am not much of a sporty person, I might not understand some of the things they talk about. But I do think one can learn a lot about these women's personal challenges. Thanks for an interesting review.
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