Sister: A Novel - Chapters One and Two Summary & Analysis

Rosamund Lupton
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Chapters One and Two Summary

Sister tells the story of Beatrice's search for her sister's killer. This search leads her down many surprising, dangerous, and unexpected roads.

In chapter one, the narrator, Bee, begins writing a letter to her sister Tess on a Sunday evening. They had frequently communicated through letters, so, although it is not nearly the same as being with her, a letter can be very useful. In this letter, Bee tells Tess what she is missing. Reporters are outside Tess's flat. Through this letter, Bee begins to reminisce about her relationship with Tess and talks about their childhoods. They were always very close, despite a five year age difference and very different personalities. Bee is serious and solid, while Tess is artistic and light-hearted. Bee finds it funny that there are so many people interested in Tess's story when...

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