Sorority Sisters

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Penguin, Jun 5, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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In 1975, trying to find a place to belong, four young women found each other in the same sorority pledge class. Through parties and pranks; finals and skipped classes; boyfriends and break-ups, they forge a bond that takes them by surprise. No one expected it to last beyond college graduation. But some bonds are too strong to break.

Now they’re sisters. And with sisters, it’s not about what happens. It’s about no matter what happens.

 

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User Review  - MaryAnn12 - LibraryThing

Brilliant, witty, and deeply emotional! I adore these characters! Their stories grip you and never let you go. I laughed and cried and loved it! If you've ever had a group of female friends who saw ... Read full review

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SORORITY SISTERS was a story told by the point of four different girls that pledged Beta Pi at ULA in 1975. The book read almost like a journal. I enjoyed the stories of love, loss, forgiveness and ... Read full review

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Ellen
Diane
Ellen
Laurie
Ellen
Laurie
Ellen
Ellen
Diane
Diane
Ellen
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About the author (2012)

Claudia Welch graduated from the University of Southern California with a BA in English. While there, she became a member of Alpha Phi, one of the oldest sororities in America. A two-time RITA finalist, she has won numerous writing awards and honors since her first novel was published in 2000 under a pseudonym. She has lived for most of her life in Los Angeles, called Connecticut home for a decade, and currently lives in North Carolina with her husband.


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