Monday, January 2, 2017

Review: Where We Were (Four of a Kind #1) by Kellie Sheridan

24500622Where We Were by Kellie Sheridan

Our entire lives had been shaped around our identity as identical quadruplets. Four sisters, all with the same face, but totally different personalities. We were four of a kind, and there was never a time when we didn't have each other to lean on. 

But when our parents announced that we'd been moving away from the city and back to the town where we were born, we could no longer be certain of anything but change. 

This is where we were. 

Pages: 59
Format: E-Book
Published By: Patchwork Press
Genre: Young Adult - Contemporary
Series: Four of a Kind
FTC Disclaimer: I received this book free to read and review, thanks to Netgalley and Patchwork Press.


Where We Were introduced four quadruplet sisters to us. I thought it was interesting to see the perspective that these sisters had, but at times I would forget which sister's prespective I was reading from.

Each sister was written to have different identities and personalities, but at times for me, it was hard to distinguish which sister was which. This could have been due to the story being only 59 pages long think there was more telling what each sister was like rather than showing through the story.

I also thought there wasn't a huge plot to the story and because the perspective was always changing that nothing seemed to be really happening in the story, but again 59 pages. It would have been hard to have a really well-developed plot that rotated between four perspectives within a very short story.


  1. This sounds like a great book that my daughter would like.

  2. Muliple PVO's are confusing at the best if times, but 4 identical sisters must be really confusing