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Read reader » Sister Sister Paperback ë Sassy comical and true to life this book tells the tale of three young African American women perky wife Valerie scheming social worker Inda and broken hearted flight attendant Chiuita and how their lives are coming together and apart in Los Angeles Fresh and in your face this witty novel depicts a worOur face this witty novel depicts a world where women sometimes have to alter their dreams but never have to stop embracing the futu Loved itEnjoyed the book glad I read it couldn't stop once I started Wonder if there is a seuel to this one

Eric Jerome Dickey » Sister Sister pdf

Sassy comical and true to life this book tells the tale of three young African American women perky wife Valerie scheming social wor I did enjoy the book enough to finish the whole thing and even enough to want to read another book by Eric Jerome Dickey But for some reason sometimes the characters bothered me I got tired of the sistuh gurl references all the time Some of the book was corny other parts were good It was a waiting to exhale type of book about two sisters their brother and a friend Their love life's and friendships

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Sister SisterKer Inda and broken hearted flight attendant Chiuita and how their lives are coming together and apart in Los Angeles Fresh and in y This book is a great story about women and sisterhood and how some of us need to behave in certain situations Eric Jerome gives such great descriptions of the characters and their lives you feel like you're apart of the story I love EJD late work his new stuff just does not hold my attention like the older ones Inda Valerie were my favorite characters from the book Chiuta just did not hold my attention like the other two did there was not enough of her in the story I'm sure if there was then I would like her too Valerie husband was a complete jerk she did everything to please him and she still went unnoticed #SMH Inda was a strong black woman who just put up with one MOFO she should have never been with in the first place I liked the various personal perspectives of the characters and EJD gives each a distinct voice with background information that helps the reader understand each one's problem