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Product Details

  • Paperback: 294 pages
  • Publisher: Juania Books (July 25, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0981804705
  • ISBN-13: 978-0981804705
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.1 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,230,114 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Nina Guilbeau is the Siblings editor for BellaOnline magazine and winner of the Royal Palm Literary Award. Her short story "A Lifetime of Music" was featured in the anthology "From Our Family to Yours." She is also the founder of the Women's Fiction Club which has a unique feature that allows readers to vote on the direction of the plot for the online books she writes.

More About the Author

Nina Guilbeau is the Siblings Editor for BellaOnline The Voice of Women and writes weekly family articles for online magazines. Her e-book, Birth Order and Parenting, is a popular pick with students studying the Alfred Adler birth order theory.

She is a member of the Florida Writer's Association and the author of women's fiction novels Too Many Sisters and Too Many Secrets. A winner of the Royal Palm Literary Award for her God Doesn't Love Us All the Same manuscript, Nina's work has been published in the short story anthologies From Our Family to Yours and Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Magic of Mothers and Daughters. An excerpt from upcoming novel Being Non-Famous was published in the Orlando Sentinel as a Father's Day tribute.

Find out more at: www.ninaguilbeau.com

Customer Reviews

The book is definitely a page turner!
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Think Atlanta Housewives and you'll be close to what's going on in this book.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tiffany Tyler VINE VOICE on August 30, 2010
Format: Paperback
Do you think your family is the only dysfunctional one? Think again! Meet Paula, Alise, Callie, and Marlisa, the four sisters in Nina Guilbeau's novel, Too Many Sisters. One sister is devious and a scam artist. One is very smart. One is heartbroken. And, the fourth is a home wrecker.

The story mainly focuses on Callie as she is the heartbroken one and everything seems to be spiraling out of control. Each sister wants something from her - her trust even though they are not completely honest, her business and her husband. As the story develops, secrets and lies continue to fall out of this family's closet.

The author used such vivid language that I laughed out loud during various scenes and I could envision them as well. Too Many Sisters gave a dose of reality that not all families are perfect and we must choose wisely who we will trust. Just like reality this book was not predictable and we could experience the characters ups and downs as they dealt with various life situations.

I definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick, comical read.

This book was provided to me courtesy of the author for review purposes.

Tiffany C.
APOOO BookClub
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mandy on October 17, 2010
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"Too many sisters" was a great, quick read! Its main character Callie was relatable and I actually found myself trying to place her sisters to members of my own family. I'd recommend this book to anyone looking for an entertaining book about family, friends, and life. Can't wait for the sequel!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By cynthia v. on August 15, 2008
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This is not the type of book I would usually go for, but I was looking for a story about family dynamics and so when I came across this one I decided to give it a try. I wasn't familiar with this author, but I ended up being pleasantly surprised! Right from the first couple of chapters the book is extremely entertaining! I laughed out loud during the fight scene (read it and see what I mean) and even though it seemed to lag slightly in the middle, things really kick off when the character Paula is introduced... aside from that, I genuinely think this is a story with characters to whom a lot of us can relate. Maybe your siblings or friends are not quite as sad as Marlisa or as conniving as Paula or as raw as Alise, but I guarantee you will probably see someone you recognize. I would definitely recommend this book - it's a highly enjoyable and read!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Danitra McEwen on January 14, 2013
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Loved it..... Looking for something to read and Stumbled up on Too Many Sisters. It amazed me how even though there was so much anomosity between the sisters you could still feel that they loved each other. This book was a page turner from beginning to end for me, and I am sitting on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what the future holds for these sisters.
Ms. Guilbeau you outdid yourself.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MsSunnshyne79 on December 29, 2012
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Too Many Sisters makes you look at your family in a different light. The sisters in this book were off the chain. The relationships between them were like oil and water. I was laughing and crying at same time. One of the sisters is so devious that she makes you want to kill her. One needs mental help as she is so lousy in her own world. As the story moves on you wonder where did these ladies come from. Very good read..
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carole A. Decario on September 23, 2012
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Having only one sister I cannot speak from this much of a sisterly experience. But, being the mother of four daughters, gives me a little more insight into this situation. Happilly my daughters are not of this nature, but they are four different personalities and they do clash. But these sisters are mean (some of them) and definitely have lots of family history to work out. In today's world, this type of family history is usually right out in the open - today's families know everything. This would not have been true 40 years ago, so much stuff was swept under the rug and of course, when it surfaced so many years later it is hurtful and scarring. Of course the fact that the parent is now deceased there are so many unanswered questions - that really kept the mystery going. I will keep this book on my Kindle and reread it, probably on a snowy day, because there are lots of details in it that I might have gone over too quickly wanting to find out the final result.
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By Leatrice Hopkins on July 2, 2014
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Oh how I hate authors who force you to buy their books because they leave you hanging. I just purchased this book and I most admit I enjoyed it. But as I said the book just stops
Right when you're getting to the climax forcing you to have to
Buy the next book just t
o see what happens. What a rip off the least you could have said book one of two so people would know. Gonna cross you off my list of "good" Authors and put you under to be continued, just like your book.
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This was a very well written book that kept me engaged throughout. Even though I didn't grow up with sisters I am easily able to follow the dynamic through this book.
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