My Sister, My Love is a very unique intriguing book. Although I am on page 427 out of 562 I can honestly admit I do not know whether I should mentally catagorise this book as a fictional memoir or perhaps a mystery, or simply a novel. I believe a novel would be most accurate because so many different literary elements appear. Overall, I have enjoyed this book immensely. The story follows a young Skyler Rampike older brother to the famed young Bliss Rampike figure skating extraordinary. Through out the novel the reader is introduced to the famed family in a new way, gone are the pretenses and prejudices of outside members looking in on such a "perfect" "wholly American" family. Through Skylers (young) eyes the reader gets a good look at what life is like before and after Bliss' short sweet life as well as the heartbreakingly short time she was a part of this world. Though often the story has the bittersweet tang that comes with a forgotten boy's narrative. We get the opportunity to see this young boys life as he sees it, we get to almost feel the guilt and heartbreak that fell upon this child's life when his sister's was stolen. Wonderful novel, beautifully written. Definitely a must read.