The Sisterhood

FIVE “SISTERS”; FIVE LIVES; FIVE SETS OF PROBLEMS New girl Sarah arrives in The Sisterhood Club just as the lives of those she meets are about to fall apart. Jo is faced with devastating loss and unending pressure at work; Phoebe is about to become homeless; Cathy is staring the end of her marriage in the face. Naomi, the Mother Hen of the group, while appearing to keep it all together, is facing mounting problems of her own... and Sarah is left wondering what on earth she is walking into! Can the common bonds of their burgeoning sisterhood see them through the ever-growing pressure, or will the world around them finally destroy it all?

FIVE “SISTERS”; FIVE LIVES; FIVE SETS OF PROBLEMS New girl Sarah arrives in The Sisterhood Club just as the lives of those she meets are about to fall apart. Jo is faced with devastating loss and unending pressure at work; Phoebe is about to become homeless; Cathy is staring the end of her marriage in the face. Naomi, the Mother Hen of the group, while appearing to keep it all together, is facing mounting problems of her own... and Sarah is left wondering what on earth she is walking into! Can the common bonds of their burgeoning sisterhood see them through the ever-growing pressure, or will the world around them finally destroy it all?


The characters were interesting, diverse, and I really felt for their dilemma's. There were great conversations/dialogues between the girls. Roz handled them with care, humour, and made them real.

The insight into Transgender was a revelation as it isn't a subject I have thought much about.

It took me a few days to read this book, as life was interrupting. However that was a bonus, as I found myself thinking about the girls, and this book will stay with me for a long while.


Contemporary fiction, isn't my favoured genre, however I find it refreshing to have a change, especially when a book like this comes along.


I hope to read more by this author, a sequel or short story of the girls would work well.

Surprisingly Brilliant.

4.5 star review Bookstormer