Trust no one - especially your relatives
Reviewed by Katelyn (aged 13) Meet Katelyn.
In 1926 Thalia, Erato and Clio are summoned to London by Hestia, a long lost Aunt that none of the girls knew they had. When they arrive from their individual homes, the girls discover that they are triplets who were separated at birth. Hestia also informs them that they are heiresses to their mother's fortune which is currently under the control of their greedy half-brother, Charles. The sisters move into their Aunt Hestia's London house and begin their new lives together, while plotting to get their inheritance from the loathsome Charles.
While the girls are in London they realize something. Each of them is there for a reason:
Thalia is there to get away from her dark past.
Erato is there to achieve her dream.
Clio is there to help save the only mother she has ever known.
The girls realize that they must trust no-one; let alone each other.
The plot for this book is very good and witty. I would recommend this for thirteen year old to fifteen year old girls.
Thank you to the kind people at Pan Macmillan for our review copy.
RELEASE Date: May 2013
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AUTHOR’s Website: http://allisonrushby.com/
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Having failed at becoming a ballerina with pierced ears (her childhood dream), Allison Rushby instead began a writing career as a journalism student at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. Within a few months she slunk sideways into studying Russian, began writing her first novel and, most importantly, joined the Chocolate Appreciation Society. Over the past ten years, she has published five books for young adult readers and five for adult readers in the women's fiction genre. She is originally from Brisbane, Australia, but spent 2011 and most of 2012 living in Cambridge, UK, where she mainly spent her days whingeing constantly about the weather.