Sister - Rosamund Lupton I recently read Rosamund Lupton's second book, Afterwards, and loved it so I knew that I had to read this book. I loved that this was in the point of view of Beatrice as though she was writing a letter, in her mind, to her younger sister. I was hooked from the beginning of this story. I was really pulling for Beatrice and was absolutely annoyed with all those who doubted her. I loved the friendship between Kasia and Beatrice. I really loved the book up until the ending. The ending really dampened my views of this book. It really wasn't that hard (for me at least) to figure out who killed Tess, and I really hated how it was revealed in the end that none of the events with Mr. Wright were real. I loved the book until the ending and then I only liked it.