Maura had her infuriating moments, but she has been a well-loved sister. Sister Inez deserved what happened to her. Finn also had his moments, especially when he was being the Finn Cate fell in love with in the beginning. Right now, even with all the actions that happened in the book, I couldn’t get past explaining it, since in its ending, it gave way to grief. Aptly so, Sisters’ Fate was a good culmination of the trilogy, with the ending both sad and joyous.
368 pages • November 4, 2014
Published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons • August 14th 2014
Young Adult • Paranormal • Witches
A fever ravages New London, but with the Brotherhood sending suspected witches straight to the gallows, the Sisters are powerless against the disease. They can’t help without revealing their powers—as Cate learns when a potent display of magic turns her into the most wanted witch in all of New England.
To make matters worse, Cate has been erased from the memory of her beloved Finn. While she’s torn between protecting him from further attacks and encouraging him to fall for her all over again, she’s certain she can never forgive Maura’s betrayal. And now that Tess’s visions have taken a deadly turn, the prophecy that one Cahill sister will murder another looms ever closer to its fulfillment.