The Odd Sisters
Throughout the Villains series, the Odd Sisters have meddled in the lives of the Wicked Queen, The Beast, Ursula, Maleficent, and Mother Gothel, changing the course of fate for the greatest villains ever known. Now, it's time for their reckoning.This latest novel by the author of the wildly popular Villains series goes deeper into the lives of the twisted, diabolical Odd Sisters, finally revealing the dark truth about who they are and where they're from. The Odd Sisters will appeal to fans who can't get enough of the mischievous sisters, as well as draw new readers to Serena Valentino's darkly fascinating take on the Disney Villains.

The Odd Sisters Details

TitleThe Odd Sisters
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 2nd, 2019
PublisherDisney-Hyperion
ISBN-139781368013185
Rating
GenreFantasy

The Odd Sisters Review

  • Tucker
    January 1, 1970
    Many thanks to Disney Press for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest reviewI have an Odd Sister, and an Odd Brother, and an Odd Cousin, and an Odd Mother, and an Odd-| Goodreads | Blog | Twitch | Pinterest | Buy this book
  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    I was blessed with good fortune – by the witches, fairies, tree gods and whatever other magical beings Disney and Serena Valentino rallied in my favor – and today received an advanced reader copy (ARC) of the long-awaited sixth book in the Valentino villains series: The Odd Sisters.Three things (because all things in Valentinoland happen in threes): Yes, it is the best day ever; yes, I read the book in one sitting (thank you, Mardi Gras holiday); and no, I most certainly am not about to spoil it I was blessed with good fortune – by the witches, fairies, tree gods and whatever other magical beings Disney and Serena Valentino rallied in my favor – and today received an advanced reader copy (ARC) of the long-awaited sixth book in the Valentino villains series: The Odd Sisters.Three things (because all things in Valentinoland happen in threes): Yes, it is the best day ever; yes, I read the book in one sitting (thank you, Mardi Gras holiday); and no, I most certainly am not about to spoil it for you. Usually I like to sleep on my reviews: give those many ponderings that swirl about the Jess brain time to calm down. But there is no calm today – just excitement to share some abbreviated thoughts with you!The Odd Sisters arrived on my doorstep at approximately 9:30 a.m. (the book, not the characters themselves, thank goodness) and immediately scooped me into its clutches immediately. The tale of three witches is one giant tea party among many, though I am not sure “party” is the right word. The story transcended my expectations and held my interest right to the very end. It answered many lingering questions and provoked others, stoking my curiosity along the way. Needless to say, my pup sitting beside me witnessed many “ooos” and “ahhhs” as I visited various lands, including Morningstar Kingdom and the Fairylands, over my very own hot cuppa tea this morning.The format of the Odd Sisters’ story is quite different to its predecessors in only the most positive and inviting way. The reader is roped in to a unique prologue and is later privy to a peculiar list which enhances the reader’s experience and immersion into the story. Just enough of the Odd Sisters and their weird and wonderful ways are exposed – I was originally concerned that the loss of mystery from the sisters’ repertoire would leave me feeling a bit empty. But, most artfully, Valentino delivers a bewitching backstory, carefully balancing the interests and motivations of familiar characters with the protagonists’ plight. Sisters do indeed have secrets, and the secrets uncovered in this book are frightfully satisfying.
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  • Zachary Flye
    January 1, 1970
    My Favorite Villains Novel yet! While the Odd Sisters keep much of their mystique and not all questions are answered, this installment in Serena Valentino's Villains series brings the Odd Sisters to the forefront of the story, to answer for their crimes and all they've done. Ghosts of the past return and the origin of the Odd Sisters is revealed. There's so much I love about this book, the characters are fantastic and the way the author weaves her own unique elements and characters with Disney f My Favorite Villains Novel yet! While the Odd Sisters keep much of their mystique and not all questions are answered, this installment in Serena Valentino's Villains series brings the Odd Sisters to the forefront of the story, to answer for their crimes and all they've done. Ghosts of the past return and the origin of the Odd Sisters is revealed. There's so much I love about this book, the characters are fantastic and the way the author weaves her own unique elements and characters with Disney fairy tales is magical. While this installment didn't have a familiar fairy tale to draw upon, instead it draws upon the canon of this Villains series to deliver an exciting adventure that feels almost like an end... almost.
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