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The Hurricane Sisters: A Novel Hardcover – June 3, 2014
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About the Author
New York Times bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank was born and raised on Sullivans Island, South Carolina. She resides in the New York area with her husband.
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Top Customer Reviews
It makes me sad to review Ms. Frank this way, but it is honest I find this to be a a slick, commercial book designed to appeal to all that is hip and modern (requisite gay character check, denigration of religion check, references to every "designer brand" and tv "celebrity" known to God and man check).
Sad day for me, I won't be buying anymore DBF books (at least not new lol) I'd been hoping Bull Island and the stuff that came after it, up to and including this book, were just a temporary. meet the deadline books and Ms. Frank would eventually go back to the original,witty,loving and lovable books from before, it's pretty clear that won't be happening, so I won't be buying.
No more like this...Please!
I kept waiting for the plot to gain some kind of momentum but it never did. Ms. Frank must have received a financial incentive from Google because she managed to get a plug in for Google Glass in several chapters.
Save your money on this one. The only character I cared for was the brother.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was an easy read, but would make a good book club book. I can see the book leading to good discussions. I am going to read other books by this author.Published 1 day ago by JaneR
Dorthea Benton Frank always keeps you engaged, making you feel like you are part of the story, with down to earth characters. Read morePublished 2 days ago by MG IN NM
The tension between the characters was well-done and realistic. The relationships were well-developed and this author definitely loves the South. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Kristin Dow, Novelist:LIBERTY & MEANS, UNBRIDLED HOLIDAY
Predictable story line of family relationships with sprinkling of domestic abuse. Fairy tale ending unlike reality. Characters are primarily womenPublished 5 days ago by Richard S.
One of my favorite authors and The Hurricane Sisters did not disappoint. Frank has gift for conveying social justice issues into plot.Published 7 days ago by Kate
I've read all Dot Frank's books and this one is not my favorite. Seems like it should have been longer to wrap up the plot lines. The ending seemed rushed and too formulaic. Read morePublished 19 days ago by mat-naples
Cute & quirky, but kind of predictable. However, I did enjoy it as "light reading".Published 23 days ago by Ellie K