Sisters and Lies

Sisters and Lies One hot August night Rachel Darcy gets the call everyone fears It s the police Her younger sister Evie s had a car crash she s in a coma Can Rachel fly to London right away With Evie injured and com

  • Title: Sisters and Lies
  • Author: Bernice Barrington
  • ISBN: 9781844883738
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • One hot August night, Rachel Darcy gets the call everyone fears It s the police Her younger sister Evie s had a car crash, she s in a coma Can Rachel fly to London right away With Evie injured and comatose, Rachel is left to pick up the pieces of her sister s life But it s hard fitting them together, especially when she really doesn t like what she sees.Why was Evie drOne hot August night, Rachel Darcy gets the call everyone fears It s the police Her younger sister Evie s had a car crash, she s in a coma Can Rachel fly to London right away With Evie injured and comatose, Rachel is left to pick up the pieces of her sister s life But it s hard fitting them together, especially when she really doesn t like what she sees.Why was Evie driving when she doesn t even own a licence Who is the man living in her flat and claiming Evie is his girlfriend How come she has never heard of him The mysteries Rachel uncovers the she starts asking herself how well she ever really knew her sister And then she begins to wonder if the crash was really the accident everybody says it is.Back in hospital, Evie, trapped inside an unresponsive body, is desperately trying to wake up Because she s got an urgent message for Rachel a warning which could just save both their lives .

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    • Siaters and Lies by Bernice Barrington was an enjoyable read with a good, if not original, storyline. Contains loads of suspense, family drama’s, mystery but just too repetitive at times and a little bit too twee. The characters are well drawn but I found Rachel in particular a very frustrating character. A successful career person who was well travelled, determined and very capable yet on the other hand, made ridiculous hasty decisions and buried her head in the sand for most of the story.Ove [...]


    • The story in this book is a well thought out plot, its full of suspense, mystery and family drama, however, the downside to me was the repetitiveness of some things that did grate on my nerves at times as I saw no need to keep going over the same things, a reader has the vision and memory to remember such events or happenings, afterall, reading is about memory.That being said, the characters in this book were strong, well thought out and developed and the author did a fantastic job in making the [...]


    • 4.5 starsA phone call we all dread. Someone you love has been in an accident and clings on to life in a hospital bed. A heart-stopping moment that usually leads to unanswered questions, uncovered secrets and discovery of truths. Rachel and Evie are sisters, but have not much in common. Rachel is a successful, published author while Evie is stuck in a mind-numbing office based job, with no prospects. When Rachel receives a call from the police telling of her sister's accident, she begins a journe [...]


    • This review was originally posted on (un)Conventional BookviewsSisters and Lies is both tender and harsh, mysterious and sweet, nostalgic and filled with hope. A good story that kept me turning the pages, never fully guessing what was going on.Sisters and Lies was well done, especially the psychological thriller aspect of the story. Evie and Rachel both had chapters told from their perspective, which made everything more chilling, as Evie was in a coma for most of it! Rachel had a lot going on a [...]


    • Sisters Rachel and Evie are not as close as they could be, especially following their mother’s death and it is only after Evie is involved in a car crash and lying in a coma that Rachel realises there is so much about her sister’s life that she doesn’t know. The more she delves into Evie’s life, the more lies and secrets she uncovers – it was unclear whether Evie was even driving the car at the time. Nobody seems to know what happened and the police seem to be unconcerned about any sus [...]


    • Sisters and Lies is a great combination of family drama, mystery and romance – the mystery element feeding into the rest, with some great characters and an intriguing vibe throughout.Rachel is desperately trying to uncover the truth behind the accident that put her Sister into a coma – meanwhile in the hospital, Evie is alert within her own mind and struggling to make sense of it herselfThere is a lovely flow to this – as we hear from both Rachel and Evie, start to understand something of [...]


    • This review was originally posted on [Between My Lines]Green Giants is my feature where I share some of my favourite books by Irish Authors.   I’m passionate about Irish Authors, they supply us with an entertaining and exciting mix of books, hopefully you will find something new to try.  Today I'm featuring Sisters and Lies by Bernice Barrington which kept me up late reading and reading until I had uncovered every last twist!  Sisters and Lies was a well-paced book set around two sist [...]


    • Rachel and Evie grew up in Ireland, but Evie is now living in London. When Rachel gets a phone call from the police she travels there straight away. Evie crashed her boyfriend's car and is now in a coma. Only Evie doesn't drive and Rachel thought she was single. Slowly she starts to retrace her sister's steps. She tries to find out more about her sister's life, so she can discover the cause of the crash. Evie had a lot of secrets and Rachel wonders how well she actually knows her sister. What ha [...]



    • I got an 'advance review copy' of Sisters & Lies and overall I enjoyed this novel. It was a book that I kept going backwards and forward on. This debut definitely shows promise. It was at times page turning and enjoyable. The characters of both sisters overlapped a little, and the story could have been told in a shorter frame with less repetition, but that goes down to editing. I would certainly read another book by this author as there were good things there, which is why I've given this no [...]


    • The Characters in this book were well thought out.Rachel's sister is in a coma following an accident the police seem to think it was an attempted suicide she drove into a wall at speed and the weather was good.While Evie is lying in a coma she tries to warn her sister of hidden dangers she can hear people in the room but can not protect herself or her sister.Rachel tries to piece things together but nothing makes sense.Good book full of twists and suspense good ending also.Thank you Netgalley th [...]


    • Although slow at times and based on a seemingly ordinary plot, I really liked how this story built and dragged you into the lives of sisters, Rachel and Evie.Listening to it on audio, I loved the accents of the narrators and can still hear the characters in my head almost a week after finishing it.A very enjoyable book, which I'm afraid this short review isn't doing justice. I highly recommend this thriller, especially in audio.


    • This book has soul. What a fantastic debut novel by Bernice Barrington. A real page turner with well developed and realistic characters. The plot is enthralling throughout and the way in which mental illness - from its most basic to severest form - is expressed and analysed, provides the reader with a genuine opportunity to better understand the issue. Really looking forward to the next instalment!


    • this is a storyline that's been done many timesbefpre and much better. Rachel comesto London after sister Evie is injured in a crash. Que lots of secrets and a mysterious boyfriend and an ending that i guessed at the very startis was pretty bad. will not be reading anymore of this author anytime soon



    • Audiobook. I enjoyed this book although a few minor discrepancies noted in continuity. The girl's accident happened in a Porsche but the owner was previously said to own an Audi!???


    • Writer Rachel returns from a successful book tour to unwelcome news: her younger sister Evie is in a coma as a result of a car crash. Rachel pieces together Evie's more recent life, finding it to be very different from what Evie had been telling her. The story is told from two points of view, that of Rachel who is worried about Evie, heartbroken after a recent split from her husband and confused about elements of Evie's life previous to the crash. Evie is coming to the surface of consciousness a [...]


    • Sisters and Lies is a wonderful thriller but also incorporates family drama, romance and mystery. The suspense kept me turning the pages eager to unravel the mystery and find out what had happened to Evie, and whether she would wake up from the coma.The story and characters have great depth and are well crafted. I wasn’t sure who to trust throughout. At times I would have liked the pace to quicken and found that although it took me a little while to get into it, towards the end I flew through [...]


    • It got better, but the beginning and writing style jumped too much to thriller with no real reason and that lessened my enjoyment. It felt like the author was deliberating trying to create a tension that the action until that point didn't justify. The characters got much more interesting in the final quarter of the model though.


    • 3 1/2 stars. Not awful but not great either. I found it hard to separate the two voices of Rachel and Eve and there wasn't really any sense of tension and suspense until the very end. It all just muddled along for the most part and the part about Rachel just happening to know a private detective in America seemed far too convenient and far-fetched.


    • never read this author before but omg what a good book. only parts I found hard were the suicide bits. so well written so many twists and turns I really couldn't have good the ending just totally amazing







    • As soon as I read the synopsis for Sisters and Lies I was keen to read it, and it did not disappoint. Evie has been in a car crash and is in a coma; her sister Rachel is just back from an overseas book tour when she gets the call about Evie. Due to Rachel having been away for a while she isn’t fully up to speed about what has been happening in Evie’s life of late and so when she arrives at Evie’s flat, having visited her at the hospital, she doesn’t know what to make of finding a man the [...]


    • Great cover, great story! A really good read, and one I was glued to from beginning to end!Bernice Barrington's 'Sisters and Lies' had a bit of everything; romance, suspense, psychology. And attempted murder? Maybe!One night Rachel Power gets the dreaded call; her sister Evie has been involved in a car crash and lies in a coma in hospital in London. Rachel, who has just arrived back from a long book tour in Australia immediately packs and travels from Ireland to be by her sister's side. She is t [...]


    • Rachel is a successful writer whose marriage is floundering. One night, recently returned from a lengthy book tour, she gets a call to tell her that her sister Evie has been involved in a car crash and is in a coma. Rachel flies to Evie's side, but is surprised to find that Evie has been living an entirely different life from the one that Rachel knows about - and that she has been keeping Rachel's existence a secret. What was going on in Evie's life and is it connected to the car accident?This i [...]


    • I think this book started off a little slow. There was a instant splurge of questions and no clear direction. I usually prefer thrillers that are fast paced pow-pow-pow. There are big chunks of repeated background story- which is all very well but when its a mystery, I felt there needed to be hints in the present. All of it really sums up the fact that things are messed up. But I mean it was enough to keep me intrigued. It got good when we get Evie’s POV, still conscious and piecing her memory [...]


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