I’ll be honest with you guys, when I started writing this review, I wasn’t entirely sure what my final verdict on The Lost Sisterhood would be. Don’t get me wrong, I liked it, but there were a handful things I wasn’t sold on and I couldn’t make up my mind how much they affected my overall feelings. So, like any responsible reviewer of things, I decided to wing it and see if writing out my thoughts would help me to make up my mind. Fantastic news, it did!
The Lost Sisterhood starts slow, no other way to say it. Granted, it’s long, so it has plenty of room to take its time getting off the ground. I wasn’t bored, exactly, but I was able to put it down and walk away without feeling too angsty over the decision for the first 20% or so. After some leisurely exposition, the plot picks up and while I never really felt desperate to know what happened next (with one massive exception) I definitely found myself wrapped up in the mystery and enjoying myself.