The Favorite Sister Book Reviews

Jessica Knoll

The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll Book Summary

From the author of Luckiest Girl Alive—now a Netflix film—comes the “engrossing” (People) New York Times bestseller starring two sisters who join the cast of a reality TV series…and only one will make it out alive.

Brett and Kelly have always toed the line between supportive sisters and bitter rivals. Growing up, Brett was the problem child, living in the shadow of the brilliant and beautiful Kelly. In adulthood, all that has changed. Kelly is a struggling single mother and Brett has skyrocketed to meteoric success that has been chronicled on a reality TV show called Goal Diggers.

When Kelly manipulates her way onto the show and into Brett’s world, Brett is wildly threatened. Kelly, and only Kelly, knows her younger sister’s appalling secret, one that could ruin her.

Still, when the truth comes out in the explosive final weekend of filming, neither of them ever expected that the season would end in murder.

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Book Name The Favorite Sister
Genre Mysteries & Thrillers
Language English
E-Book Size 4.37 MB

The Favorite Sister (Jessica Knoll) Book Reviews 2023

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Don’t waste your time. What a relief to finish this. Exhausting read. Ugh!

If you like to be confused. I would like to say I'm a huge fan of most novels and have made it to the end of almost all books I start. Then I started this novel several weeks ago and have read several other novels while trying to get through this one. I'm not even to the 1/2 way point and I can only tell you about maybe 4 or 5 things I even can keep up with. I would like to finish the book but I am sadly going to call quits on this one and move on to one I can really enjoy and be excited to turn the next page.

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Terrible. This book was terrible

Bad. Boring, just plain bad, try several times to get through it, finally mad3 it but hated it. Description is not accurate. Just not good, save your time and money for something else.

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Playing favorites. To distill The Favorite Sister into one category is to vastly reduce what Jessica Knoll does in telling this story. For one thing, Knoll shakes her fists at societal norms that dictate strictures and limits to women. Told through three perspectives--Brett, the youngest cast member of a Real Housewives-esque reality show devoted to women who achieved success without any influence from men, her older sister Kelly, and Stephanie, a bestselling author who also is black--you see the different ways our genders affect us, whether through age, single parenthood, marriage, race, and professional success. Knoll doesn't ask "at what cost," rather, she wants to know "why must a woman's cost be any different than a man's"? In a lesser writer's hands, such heavy sociological discussions might feel hamfisted or pedantic. Knoll proselytizes, yes, but in a way that makes you think as opposed to rolling your eyes. Why are the same behaviors accepted in men abhorred in women? Her three narrators each offer a different perspective, and it is critical that we get to know these women. You will find your loyalty vacillating from one to the other, and as various truths are divulged, you might find yourself despising all three. No one in this book is honest, even when they're lying. Each feels the need to resort to falsehoods in order to achieve her goals. Do men do that? Of course they do, but too often we excuse it in them because that's part of a man doing what he must. We judge women far, far harsher. The problems come in the last quarter of the book. You have to suspend logic a time or two, and you might find yourself asking, "What about ..." regarding a couple of dropped plot points. If you go into this book expecting a big fat suspense-thriller, you're reading the wrong book. There is a mystery, but it really doesn't come into play until well past the halfway point. Up until then, Jessica Knoll spends time introducing you to her characters and inviting you to trust at your own peril. Pay attention to the title. Jessica Knoll plays with that throughout the book, and, in the end, you might find yourself asking which sister really is the favorite? Or is it possible that no one is and no one deserves to be.

Sissy lee. My head was swirling in confusion... there were so many characters introduced all at once I couldn’t keep track! The storyline bounced from one person to another with very little background on anyone. Wanted to like the book, but just ended up with a headache.

The Favorite Sister. Hard to read. Hard to follow. Characters are a mess and not worth investing in. Save your time.

Disappointed. The characters were very hateful. I don’t like how it ended at all.

So boring!!!. The only reason I’m finishing this book is because I paid $29.95 for the audiobook! Can’t stand any of the characters and I’m several chapters into the book.......don’t waste your money

Tough read. So my resolution for this year is to finish all the books I bought and put down before starting any new ones. This was the hardest to finish by far. I think the message in this story is “Look what women have to do to be successful in this world, see what society makes them become!” But that doesn’t change the fact that the characters are downright hideous. I can’t believe a book exists that is just ugliness, page after page. Another message the book seems trying to convey is the fact that society values women who are “likeable”, who smile and are nice. But the women in this book aren’t just unlikeable; they are mean, catty, and selfish while preaching racial and cultural sensitivity, doing charity work, and being feminists? So yeah I’m not sure what exactly this book was trying to do, but as far as “women empowerment” it is, to me, misguided.

Feminist AF. I couldn't put this book down. Truly, it is the pop feminist equivalent of Heart of Darkness, revealing the dark truths behind the frivolity we watch and learn from as women. Loved it.

Loved it!!!. I absolutely loved this book and thought is was even better than Knoll’s first novel. The first couple of chapters were a little hard to get in to, but by the end of the book I couldn’t put it down. Loved it!!!

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Summary of The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll

The The Favorite Sister book written by Jessica Knoll was published on 15 May 2018, Tuesday in the Mysteries & Thrillers category. A total of 490 readers of the book gave the book 3.5 points out of 5.

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