My 4 Star Review
I received this book from the Touring Host for an honest review.
This is my first religious satire book and since I am not a Catholic many of the rituals within the book was foreign to me. It took me awhile to get past all the in-depth writing of the Catholic school and nunnery. It totally flew over my head and personally I found it boring. But once you get to the story of the three sisters it becomes more interesting.
Their experiences and rebellion was believable, and in many instances I could see myself in them. Fighting against the church, thinking that you are the one that will change the church within. I know it is a cliche, but I can honestly say: Been there, done that and burned the t-shirt.
The characters of the three sisters let you smile at times, even laugh out loud, their antics and honesty touching the very core of humanity. Their opinions so way out of base that it actually made sense. And the adventures they experienced simply unbelievable at times, but yet it worked within the plot.
If you are easily offended I would not recommend this book. You have to be open-minded and ready to explore to really enjoy the book. These three rebelled about everything and it unfolded in unusual comical scenes. Their energy and vibrancy has a way that draws you into the story so that you want to know what will happen on the next page.
Thanks for the opportunity to read the book.