Reviews of The Sisters

The New York Times Book Review
“Jensen’s portraits of these women are richly alive.” – Caroline Leavett
Read full review here.

Kirkus Reviews
“A single tragic event shapes four generations of American women in this accomplished and poignant debut…Encompassing the lives of women in the 20th century, this sprawling saga is tender and satisfying, with a heartbreaking end.” — Kirkus
Read full review here.

I’m delighted to be able to share this review of The Sisters from BookPage, “Bonds of Sisterhood Span Decades.”

Kentucky Courier-Journal
“Nancy Jensen’s first novel, “The Sisters,” is an amazing perspective from 1927 to 2007 of several generations of sisters whose secrets affect them all.” Read the full review here.

A Review from
As far as I know, this is the first review of The Sisters from a Canadian publication, Macleans.  It’s an interesting read!

The Happy Book Blog
I want to thank Jolina Petersheim, author of the popular Nashville-area blog, The Happy Book Blog, for her sensitive review of The Sisters. 

“Nancy Jensen, in unflinching prose that captures both the poetic beauty and pain of frayed familial bonds, effortlessly braids together the threads of three generations of Fischer women.”
Read full review here.