Sisters Hannah and Nat have never been close. The shocking death of their mother has defined their future choices and pushed them in opposite directions: Hannah choosing the path of a pious, self-righteous savior, and Nat of a constant victim in the story of her life. But when the chips are down and both are forced to confront the struggles of their respective lives, sibling rivalries fall away. While they might not always be friends, they’ll always be sisters. For who can they really trust and rely on if not each other?
Both multilayered and life-affirming, Rival Sisters looks at the power of guilt and memory to define us and the great lengths we’ll go to ignore tragic events from our pasts.
- Sammia Hamer, Editor