Sorority Sisters by Claudia Welch
Truly heartfelt and charming, Sorority Sisters by Claudia Welch, begins in 1975 and follows four young Beta Pi pledges (Karen, Ellen, Laurie, and Diane) who are trying to find their place in college. The story follows them through their four years at university … and although they start off as mere strangers, the four girls forge a friendship that follows them for the rest of their lives. Through thick and thin and the ups and downs of life, the four girls become like sisters, truly creating an unbreakable bond.
I absolutely adored Sorority Sisters by Claudia Welch and truly admire what the book stands for. It’s a story about true friendship, one that spans over many years, and those types of books don’t come along very often. I absolutely loved all four of the girls (each with their very own wit and charm) and often found myself thinking about my best girlfriends and all of the memories that we have shared over the years. I loved the altering view points of each chapter and how we really got to know the characters through EVERY aspect of their lives. All too often, stories are told during the best part of a characters life, but we get to really know these girls through it all. Honest and real, Sorority Girls is a wonderful piece of story telling. I would highly recommend this book.