Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

the Book

The first book of this saga is about an ancient prophecy that divides two sisters; One good, one evil. Who will prevail? Check it out!

The twins, Lia and Alice Milthorpe, are sisters that have just become orphans. They have also grown to become foes.

 

A divination that has transformed generations of sisters against one another.

 

As they learn their positions, the main characters of this book, find themselves caught in a mystery.

The enigma includes a strange skin mark, their parents’ disease, a child, a book, and a lifetime full of mysteries.

Prophecy of the Sisters Book Cover Prophecy of the Sisters
Prophecy of the Sisters #1
Michelle Zink
Fantasy, Historic Fiction,
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
1 Reprint edition (July 1, 2010)
paperback, hardcover, kindle, audible
368
12 - 17 years


Review

This novel is a very enjoyable reading, I which the writer reveals the plot about twins, Lia and Alice.

The story trigger happens when their father dies in an odd way leaving them and their sibling Henry, to the custody of their aunt.

Strange things start to happen. They discover themselves engaged in a prophecy that could bring back The Devil, and his army, to the world.

One of the sisters is a Gate that will make that possible; The other sister is the Guardian who needs to avoid that from occurring.

The Gate needs to find four keys to preventing the prophecy from being fulfilled.

This book is a page-turner that will keep you tuned on the edge of your nerves and the chair until the last paragraph. It is an excellent première from a very talented writer. I am willing to read the other two chapter-books in this trilogy.

 

If you read this review, fell free to leave a comment!

 

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2 thoughts on “Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

  • 2016-09-29 at 10:09 am
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    A very interesting concept for a saga. Do you feel that some hoe the idea was based on Cain and Abel?
    Your article is very good, direct and simple. I find that useful to keep the readers attention. Thank you so much for it.

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    • 2016-09-29 at 10:22 am
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      Hello, Denis,

      It is very difficult to find any work that hasn’t been influenced by a previous cultural sign. I suppose you have got that one right. Thanks for sharing your impressions. Cheers!

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