Moira Leahy struggled growing up in her prodigious twin's shadow; Maeve was always more talented, more daring, more fun. In the autumn of the girls' sixteenth year, a secret love tempted Moira, allowing her to have her own taste of adventure, but it also damaged the intimate, intuitive relationship she'd always shared with her sister. Though Moira's adolescent struggles came to a tragic end nearly a decade ago, her brief flirtation with independence will haunt her sister for years to come.
Ultimately, she will revisit the tragic November night that shaped her and Moira's destinies -- and learn that nothing can be taken at face value -- as one sister emerges whole and the other's score is finally settled.
The Last Will of Moira Leahy is a beautifully written, mesmerizing and enchanting book about the bonds of family, about sisterhood, about forgetting and forgiving -- you'll be thinking about it long after you turn the final page.
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