Secret Sisters is a wonderful historical fiction. It presented the struggles three women faced while attempting to form a sorority. It presented awoman's trials in all male medical classes. Faculty members take advantage of students.This sample of the clashes of power between students and faculty, women and men, and the effects of a changing world depicted academic coed life in the early 1900s.
The author's editor failed to catch multiple "run on" sentences that slowed the action of the story. After the only climatic moment, the story went flat. Many unanswered questions about major and minor characters were left unanswered. The author attempted a surprise ending, but it lacked impact. The story felt thrown together at the end.
Great story idea, interesting characters, but the book left me with too many unanswered questions.