by Brit Bennett
“The Vanishing Half: A Novel” is a great fiction novel about two sisters. Brit Bennett is the author of this sister fiction novel. Brit graduated from Stanford University and earned her MFA in fiction at the University of Michigan, where she won a Hopwood Award in Graduate Short Fiction as well as the 2014 Hurston Award for College Writers. In this novel, Brit Bennett describes twin sisters, who has the same faces. She lived in the Southern black community when he was sixteen years old. They spend more time together and nobody can find the difference between these girls.
At the age of sixteen, they running away. After many years, one sister married a black husband and she has a daughter in the same southern town. The other sister married a white husband, and her husband did not know about her past. To know about further, what will happen after this, when their own daughter’s storylines intersect? This novel is full of well-developed characters, filled with surprises and well-maintained suspense to keep you going. It is an extraordinary piece of work, a perfect balancing act with terror on one side, and love on the other. To sum it up, The Vanishing Half is an amazing and interesting novel for all, who love to read fiction novels.