Brother/Sister is a very unusual book told from the switching perspective of Will and Asheley who are siblings. They have something go quite wrong in their life and everything becomes a huge mess. The novel is told from the siblings’ points of view as they tell their sides of the story. The writing style is used in a way that makes it sound like the siblings are actually speaking, as if they are talking during an interrogation and you hear only their sides.
The book keeps you continuously reading to find out what is going to happen next, but all in all, it was not as exciting as I was hoping it was going to be. There was a slight twist at the end, but I figured the twist was going to happen, and there wasn’t much action. I thought the author did a good job at portraying the emotions of the characters, including the buildup of anxiety over what happened and how they were going to deal with it.
The story itself is a very warped tale and situation, but it just didn’t fully suck me in. It was a pretty quick read, though and I liked the way the book ended. People who like mild thrillers may enjoy this book (I say mild because I wasn’t very nervous through it).
Quick read, not much action, twisted, good emotional dynamics. 3.5 stars.