Book Review

The Nest

Title: The Nest

Author: Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney

Rating: 4

Pages: 368

Days it Took to Read: 10

Genre: Fiction, Contemporary

3-Sentence Synopsis: For years, the Plumb siblings envisioned how they would use their joint trust fund fortune (“The Nest”) that they would receive when the youngest of the four turned 40. But, after their brother, Leo, gets intoxicated and causes an accident after leaving rehab, the future of The Nest is in danger. While the siblings wait to see what will happen, secrets are spilled and drama unfolds that may threaten the future of the family.

Review: I definitely enjoyed this book. However, I think I would have appreciated it more if I was a little older. During the book, I kept imaging the characters as my parents, aunts, and uncles. Although my family does not have a “Nest” the dynamics were relatable, which made this a fun read. I would recommend this book to everyone.

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