'Emma, a nurse and busy mother of three, has always dreamed of having a sister.

Michelle, at 46, wonders if it's too late to fall in love and find her birth parents.

Sarah, career woman and perfectionist homemaker, struggles to keep up with the Joneses.

Bill, 72, feels left behind after the death of his adored wife.

Adam can't stop thinking about the father he never had.

These five very different people are all connected but separated by secrets from the past.'

This book was amazing.

This is the second book of Fiona Palmer's that I have read, and I can honestly say she is fast becoming one of my favourite Authors. Her ability to weave a heartwarming narrative is unmatched.

I am usually not a fan of reading from multiple characters points of view, but Fiona Palmer really make it work. Seeing these characters grow and solidify on their own timetables makes for a really natural progression throughout the story.

The wide array of characters in this book really kept the story flowing and added an extra layer to this book. The characters were so relatable and really grounded in reality. The were all so different but worked in perfect harmony to bring life to this story.

With so many amazing characters to fall in love with there isn't a chapter in this book that I wasnt completely entertained whilst reading. I loved how the characters changed as they came into contact with each other. It felt so real that I sometimes forgot that I was reading a novel and not actually living this story.

I honestly can't think of a bad word to say about this book. I was completely engrossed in this story from the first page till the last. I can't think of a novel that has made me feel the way this novel has. I didn't want it to end. I can't wait to read what Fiona Palmer comes up with next.

I truly believe that everyone would benefit from reading this book, and I can't think of a reason why anyone wouldn't love this book.

Sisters And Brothers by Fiona Palmer is a must read book. Make sure you grab yourself a copy when it is released this September.

Published by Geramie Kate Barker