Reader Review: My Sister Rosa

Posted on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 by patron reviewer

My Sister Rosa book coverIn “My Sister Rosa,” a family arrives in New York City on a new business venture. They are a family of four with two kids, 17-year-old Che and 10-year-old Rosa. They meet another family that is investing in Che and Rosa’s family’s business. The children from both families become friends. The story is told by the point of view of Che. As he adjusts to life in a new city, with new friends and a new girlfriend, he suspects that his little sister is a psychopath. The story goes on about the creepy things that Rosa gets away with and how sweet and cute she is so no one suspects her. The ending is a huge twist that even I did not see coming. I enjoyed this one a lot. I was pleasantly surprised by this story.

Three words that describe this book: Creepy, Unsettling, and Psycho

You might want to pick this book up if: you like psychological thrillers.

-Michelle

Author: patron reviewer

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