Twisted Sisters

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Penguin Group USA, 2014 - Fiction - 308 pages
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New York Times bestselling author Jen Lancaster is “as adept at fiction as she is at telling her own stories” (Publishers Weekly, starred review). And now in her new novel, reality gets an unreal makeover…

Reagan Bishop is a pusher. A licensed psychologist who stars on the Wendy Winsberg cable breakout show I Need a Push, Reagan helps participants become their best selves by urging them to overcome obstacles and change behaviors. An overachiever, Reagan is used to delivering results.

Despite her overwhelming professional success, Reagan never seems to earn her family’s respect. Her younger sister, Geri, is and always will be the Bishop family favorite. When a national network buys Reagan’s show, the pressures for unreasonably quick results and higher ratings mount. But Reagan’s a clinician, not a magician, and fears witnessing her own personal failings in prime time. (And seriously? Her family will never let her hear the end of it.) Desperate to make the show work and keep her family at bay, Reagan actually listens when the show’s New Age healer offers an unconventional solution…

Record Nielsen ratings follow. But when Reagan decides to use her newfound power to teach everyone a lesson about sibling rivalry, she’s the one who will be schooled…

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User Review  - wjbooks - LibraryThing

To be perfectly honest, I almost DNF this book as soon as I landed on page 20. I’d also prove she’s not allergic to nuts. (That was my ham sandwich, damn it!) ~pg 20 Food allergies is nothing to play ... Read full review

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User Review  - bookczuk - LibraryThing

Not really enchanted by this take on how to do life over. If the cure/change/ realization had come much earlier in the book, maybe I'd have liked it better. As it was, I stuck with an unpleasant ... Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Jen Lancaster is the New York Times bestselling author of ten books. She has appeared on Today, The Joy Behar Show, and NPR's All Things Considered. She resides in the suburbs of Chicago with her husband and their ever-expanding menagerie of ill-behaved pets.

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