Tigers, Not Daughters by Samantha Mabry
This is the story of the four Torres sisters: Ana, Jessica, Iridian, and Rosa. Ana died a year ago, but she’s not gone. Starting on the anniversary of her death, she begins to appear to her sisters. Writing on a wall. A hand behind a shower curtain. The smell of oranges. But what does she want? As the sisters deal with their grief, their rage, and their shell of a father, they learn to rely on each other in a way they haven’t done since losing Ana.
Beautiful, lyrical language and a storyline that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Told from the point of view of each remaining sister was well as the collective “boys across the street,” we learn about the Torres sisters’ lives past and present. Highly recommended to all readers in high school and up