The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson

The Sisters of Glass Ferry

Spanning several decades and written in an authentic voice both lyrical and wise, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a haunting novel about small-town Southern secrets, loss and atonement, and the unbreakable bond between siblings.Glass Ferry, Kentucky, is bourbon country. Whiskey has been a way of life for generations, enabling families to provide and survive even in the darkest times. Flannery Butler's daddy, Beauregard "Honey Bee" Butler, was known...

Details The Sisters of Glass Ferry

TitleThe Sisters of Glass Ferry
Release DateNov 28th, 2017
PublisherKensington Publishing Corporation
GenreAmerican, Southern, Fiction

Reviews The Sisters of Glass Ferry

  • Linda Zagon
    MY REVIEW OF “THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY” by Kim Michele Richardson“The Sisters of Glass Ferry” by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. “The Sisters of Glass Ferry” is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,2017. The Genres for this story are Fiction, Historical Fiction, and Mystery. The timeline of the story is mostly 1952 through 1972, and though the present.There are some...
  • Judy Collins
    The author's best yet! Review to follow.
  • Tonya
    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure!Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1952 in this magical southern tale woven for us by Richardson. Bits and pieces come together much like the pearl necklace. I can't say much more but I enjoyed this book ...
  • G.J.
    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing for their parent's attention, for boys, for good grades, for a grand life out of a small Kentucky town (Glass Ferry) in the 1950s. On the night of their high school pro...
  • Jen
    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way to present day. This was a book I could not put down. Even at the end, I was left wanting more.
  • Susan Peterson
    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social issues such as rape and domestic abuse as it explores such intricate relationships as those between twins, mothers and daughters, brothers, and fathers and daughters....
  • Danielle
    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed.Richardson’s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. When Patsy disappears the night of the twins’ senior prom, the world is tilted and turned upside down.When the mystery is fully exposed, the years of heartbreak of on...
  • Nancy
    Beautifully written portrait of life, love, and tragedy on the banks of the Kentucky River.
  • Jenny Day
    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting.
  • Margie Shaw
    I won an ARC of The Sisters Of Glass Ferry on a Facebook giveaway in exchange for an honest review. Because of my own personal reasons, I had a stronger desire to read this. It takes place in the backwoods of Kentucky, back when people had their own distilleries and made their own whiskey. The story is about the Butler family, Honey Bee, Jean, and twin daughters Patsy and Flannery. I found it to be a very sad, haunting read, but one that I enjoye...