Right now I'm listening to Eleanor Brown's The Weird Sisters for my book club. I had a hard time getting into it because I kept getting distracted. I think it was just me. I'm enjoying it now. Since she references Shakespeare and I've never studied his works I feel like I'm getting a mini lesson in an interesting way! Brown writes it in a strange 1st/3rd person voice. At times it's each of the sister's narrating about the other's but throwing in we/us first person thoughts as well.
It's definitely not as deep as Laura Hillenbrand's Unbroken or Lisa See's Snowflower and the Secret Fan that we read realier this year. I do like the portrayal of the three sisters. In my family we are three sisters and while we're not too much like the characters there are some things that have me nodding in recignition of their behavior.
ETA I just realized I'm in the Kindle thread and not the reading now thread. What a ditz! I'm on my nook so copying and pasting to another isn't happening to fix it.
Obviously I use my nook for so much more than just reading.