Book Review: My sister, the serial killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite

This is one of the shortest books I have listened to on @audible, (4.5 hrs) so I was pretty much done with it in a day. It is written by Oyinkan Braithwaite @oyinbraithwaite and narrated by Weruche Opia @werucheopia.

I felt @werucheopia narration captured Korede’s character really well.

Korede is tired and bitter of her younger sister Ayoola, whose boyfriends somehow always end up dead. This story is not just about the ‘serial killer’ but the frustrating relationship dynamic between two sisters with a complex family background and extreme lengths they will go to protect each other. Of course, there is also the intense drama with a handsome Dr Tade that works with Korede. Have you ever had a massive crush on someone and they ask for your sister’s/ friend’s number instead?

Themes are #mentalhealth#loveandsacrifice#murder#loyalty#toxicrelationships

I would personally give this book ⭐⭐⭐⭐

If you have read this, what are your thoughts on it?
If you haven’t yet, I would highly recommend it!

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