This week's choice was The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown. The story is told in third-person plural to illustrate the closeness of the three sisters who love each other but for various reasons don't seem to like each other much. Rosalind, Bianca, and Cordelia were all named for Shakespearean heroines by their father who uses phrases from various plays to communicate with his daughters. This is an interesting approach although at times seems to slow down the story. The daughters are very much locked into their roles in the family-Rosalind (Rose) is the responsible one, Bianca (Bean) the pretty one, and Cordelia (Cordy) is the free spirit. However, this begins to change when they end up back home when their mother is diagnosed with cancer. The book is Eleanor Brown's first novel and I'm looking forward to the next one.