Saturday 6 August 2022

3 Sisters 3 Weeks 3 Countries by Elizabeth Moore Kraus

3 Sisters 3 Weeks 3 Countries
Elizabeth Moore Kraus


A PREMIER Readers’ Award

Premier Readers’ Award is honoured to books that receive exceptional high evaluations from Chill Readers.

This book is shortlisted for Book of the Month.

Join the three Moore sisters as they blithely venture off on their first-ever trip together, traveling in Ireland, England, and Scotland. All in their mid-60s and feeling confident in themselves and their relationship, they embark with visions of fun on their horizon. But all too quickly reality sets in. An unforgettable memoir of a journey filled with ups, downs, and everything in between, this is a must-read book filled with laughter and life lessons.

"Why would sisters want to take such a long trip together?" The Moore sisters were often asked this question, to which came their same, unwavering reply: "Why not?"

It all started when one sister gave a siren call for travel to her two sisters. In response, they started packing; almost that fast. As their journey unfolds, it reveals many things, including how after a fifty-some year break of sharing a childhood room they must adapt to living with each other once again; how hard can this be? Well, it's only a matter of time, though in ever small increments, before they begin sliding sideways. So how do these Golden Girl-ish Moore sisters handle 'sideways,' and so far from home?

You don't have to be a sister to read this book. Readers will be pulled in by the emotional range these sisters experience, including love, frustration, laughter, and angst. Before you know it, you will find yourself rooting for the Moore sisters as they find their way through the sister quagmire.

Pages:  288
Genre:  Memoirs

3 Sisters 3 Weeks 3 Countries
  was read and evaluated by THREE Chill's readers against the following...

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Did the story / plot have you turning the page to find out what happened next?
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