I can not explain why it took me until 2013 to read my first novel by Monica McInnery. She is an Australian writer with international bestselling artists, including: "Taste for It", "Rolling Inside Out", "Turn the Bottle", and most recently Lolo's Secret. I often exchange books with friends and family, and I did not know Monica McInneri until they handed me a book called "The Sister Alphabet". The book was quickly read, filled with dynamic heroes that come alive with the authors, perfectly describing both physical attributes and emotional characteristics. Makineri woke up a beautiful family story in turmoil, overcoming her own fears and egoistic pride. I can only apologize for not reading this wonderful story earlier (this was copyright in 2004) and I can no doubt say that I will read more of Makineri's books in the near future.
This wonderful work takes place in the Clare Valley in South Australia just before the 80th anniversary of Lola, the grandmother of the sister alphabet. Lola has decided to unite her estranged granddaughters in the small family motel in the wonderful wine country. The girls oblige their grandmother (rather with discontent) and come to the motel. They do not intend to be as close as they ever were as a singing group, circling like the scandalous Sister-Alphabet, with their eccentric clothes and show tunes. The dynamics of the family range from uncomfortable and tense to gentle and loving as history unfolds. Makineri has a way to breathe life into the hero without anyone becoming an antagonist. There is something to love about each of the sisters: Anna is the oldest and quickest to take over, Beth is the average child who feels awkward and uncertain about himself from time to time, and Carrie is the youngest and the sister , which had never come out and was still in the Clare Valley, which ruled the motel with its parents when the brothers and sisters returned. Lola is a humorous grandmother and family matriarch; it also has a secret that does not go to the end of the book. To learn more about her secret, you can take a copy of Lola's Secret, listed for the Fiction Book of the Year, at the Australian Book Industry Awards 2012 and published in the US in October 2012.
The sisters of the Alphabet look closely at family dynamics, brother-sister relationships, rivalry, secrets and different points of view. Makineri has revived the many unique characters whose relationships and relationships enjoyed their elderly grandmother Lola, who was a catalyst for family reunification and the restoration of broken relationships. Mackinier's first job, at the age of 17, was a wardrobe girl and later a screenwriter. She pulled out of her own story when the story of the alphabet sisters unfolded with home play, auditions, local amateur talents and a superb performance to fund a new ambulance for their city.