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Lil' Sister Paperback – May 27, 2008
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As Krystal has grown into a seventeen year old, she still has not properly dealt with her feelings towards losing someone she loved at such a young age. While in the protective care of The Trio, a group of three brothers who were Jerad's cousins and Yohan, a young man of twenty-one who cares a great deal for Krystal, she finally begins to unravel and comes to understand she cannot go on without acknowledging her inner pain.
Lil Sister by Ana'Gia Wright was an okay read. I was impressed and fascinated that there were no visible grammatical or spelling errors in this book. That in itself was refreshing to experience. My issues with this story was there was not enough background on characters Jerard and Krystal's relationship. Also, I would have loved more insight into the incident that led Yohan to The Trio. All in all, I enjoyed Lil Sister and do recommend it to readers. This book did a pretty good job with showing readers that it is not easy to get over tragedy. The different ways the characters chose to cope with their tragedy reflected their personalities wonderfully. Hopefully, Lil Sister will greatly impact people who have experienced a heart-wrenching tragedy and are having trouble coping with it.
Reviewed by Chantay W.
it was about a 17 year old girl who had do deal wit multiple deaths throughout her short life
at 13 she ran away from home not being able to deal wit her parents disapproval of her deceased boyfriend so she runs away and stays wit her dead lovers cousins and soon has to learn to deal wit the things in her life that prevent her from moving on wit her life