It took a while for me to get around to reading Sisterhood Everlasting as I was disappointed by the third and fourth books in Ann Brashares’s Sisterhood series. I shouldn’t have waited so long. Sisterhood Everlasting jumps forward to the girls as adults who have pretty much gone separate ways. They still get in touch from time to time, but aren’t as close as they once were. Tibby especially has been out of contact, so the others drop everything when she invites them to Greece. But when they get there, Tibby is nowhere to be found. Soon after, Carmen, Lena, and Bee receive the devastating news that Tibby has drowned. As they mourn her loss, they are pulled from the comfortable lives they created and must make decisions about their futures. While there was a bit of predictability, Sisterhood Everlasting provided a satisfying albeit incredibly sad conclusion to the series.
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