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Under the Radar (Sisterhood Series #13)

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Sisterhood #13

I have become obcessed with reading all the "Sisterhood" books. Got started somewhere in the middle of the series and then went back to the beginning and now wait impatiently for each new one to be published. The story line is very catching and the details of the char...
I have become obcessed with reading all the "Sisterhood" books. Got started somewhere in the middle of the series and then went back to the beginning and now wait impatiently for each new one to be published. The story line is very catching and the details of the characters are great.

In "Under the Radar" the story line and the characters have matured and the ending, of course, leaves an opening for the next book. Fern Michaels tells just enough about the characters previous exploits to get your interest and then leads you into the story. Highly recommend this book.

posted by sandyreads on August 1, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Not worth the money

Did not enjoy! Had so many characters i could not keep up with who was who. I wondered if this book was a followup to another book. It kept refering to the past of characters.

posted by fanofnook on February 29, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 29, 2012

    Not worth the money

    Did not enjoy! Had so many characters i could not keep up with who was who. I wondered if this book was a followup to another book. It kept refering to the past of characters.

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