Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 60

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 60

The Heiress‘ Return & Revenge

Chapter 60 Who Knew It Would Come To This

After breakfast, the two groups did not continue with the task. Instead, they went outside and found space to rehearse for the afternoon performance.

Simone and her group started by rehearsing the shadow puppetry, and then they watched their group mates practice for their own performances.

Whenever they noticed a problem, they pointed it out so that improvements could be made.

On the other hand, the other group practiced individually since they all had solo performances

Afterwards, Simone made several appetizing dishes using the ingredients given by the villagers as reward for their hard work. She didn’t want the ingredients to go to waste.

Zac and the rest sat down happily and enjoyed the food.

As for Jodie’s group, they didn’t have time to cook as they had two performances.

In the end, Jodie made four PB&Js for lunch.

Her group found the lunch to be bland compared to the delicious aroma of Simone’s cooking. They planned to enjoy a feast when they returned to Cebros.

At 2:00 PM, the production crew set up a stage and placed chairs in a field in the village.

The village head used a loudspeaker to announce in the village for the villagers to gather and watch the performance.

Jonah then asked both groups to draw lots. The group that picked the longer stick would perform first.

Eric represented Simone’s group, while Leon represented Jodie’s group.

In the end, Leon got the longer stick and asked, “We’re performing first. Who wants to go first?”

Jodie looked around and raised her hand. “Maybe I can go first.”

Leon and the rest had no objections.

So, she walked up to the stage to perform a traditional dance in traditional attire that she had specially asked the production crew to prepare.

Having practiced from a young age, she delivered a brilliant performance.

The villagers clapped loudly, and Jodie was satisfied as she watched their applause.

Then, it was Simone and her group’s turn.

Eric asked, “Who’s going first?” He smiled and said, “Why don’t I go with the children first? We should use dance to go against dance.”

Simone and the rest all agreed. “Sure. You go first.”


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And so, he led a few of the children in the village to perform a robot dance for the second performance, dressed in clothes prepared by the production crew.

Zac did exceptionally well, and the children were not bad either.

The dance was fun with a group of people on stage, which created a better stage effect, especially since the village children were involved.

Therefore, they received loud cheers during the performance and even louder applause when they finished.

Jodie pursed her lips when she heard the louder cheers and applause compared to her performance. However, she didn’t mind too much since Zac, the man she was interested in, was performing

After thatAaron performed a street dance. Considering he was a singer and dancer, he did well.

Howeverthe villagers couldn’t fully appreciate his dance since he was performing alone. So, the applause could have been more enthusiastic.

As Jodie’s group had prepared many performances, Leyla was next after Aaron and went up to sing a recent popular song.

Since the audience mainly consisted of older people and children, their reactions were equally quiet since they didn’t understand the song.

After she got down from the stage, Keira performed with the children, singing a medley suggested by Simone.

They sang classic songs that older people liked before singing nursery rhymes.

The group discussed and changed the order and connecting rhythm of each song, so that each song transitioned smoothly, creating a joyful, nostalgic feeling.

The elderly and children in the audience hummed along unconsciously and still wanted to sing even after Keira and the children finished the song.

As for Jodie’s group, despite smiling, they had a bad feeling. They had forgotten an important point, which was that the old villagers and children were their primary audience. They had made a mistake. And Simone’s group clearly took advantage of that and managed to capture the villagers‘ preferences.

After Keira’s performance, it was Leon’s turn. He sang a theme song for a TV show, which was on the slower side. After he finished, he received quite a loud applause as some villagers knew the song from

the show.

Then, Eric led the children on stage as each of them drew.

The parents in the audience were happy as they admired their children’s artwork, thinking that their child’s painting and writing on the side was the best.

The other villagers also cheered at that scene.

It was under such an atmosphere that Jodie played the song The Battle Cry of Freedom‘ on the harp.


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It wasn’t a poor performance, but the villagers couldn’t fully appreciate it. In the live broadcast, the netizens commented fairly that she had superb skill but didn’t bring out the majestic fighting and solemn feeling of a battlefield.

They also mentioned that her performance would have been good if it wasn’t for Simone’s performance of A Soldier’s Armor, which had a similar theme.

But since there was something to compare against, even people who didn’t know much about music felt that Jodie’s performance lacked something compared to Simone’s playing.

However, the villagers still clapped but weren’t as excited as they were while listening to the songs and watching the painting.

This wasn’t the excitement that Jodie had imagined as the finale performance. She felt regretful and stupid. She should have prepared a song or performance more suitable for older people and children.

Jodie was consoled that her limelight wasn’t stolen since Simone wasn’t part of the more exciting performances.

However, what she didn’t know was that her performance was being compared in the live chat, and she was on the losing side. If she knew, she would have been furious.

The last performance was Simone’s group performing shadow puppetry with the older people.

Shadow puppetry was usually performed at night, but the production crew was going to leave with everyone else in the evening. So, they had no choice but to perform now.

It was plausible as there was a type of shadow puppetry that could be performed in the daytime.

The four of them got on stage with Zac, and the other two manipulated the shadow puppets and did voiceovers while the older people and Simone played the accompaniment.

Jodie’s team watched as Simone played and changed instruments to match the music to the scenes.

They were stunned as they didn’t know that she was also a talented musician.

Jodie saw how gracefully Simone changed instruments and played the music. It was obvious that

Simone was more than just a beginner.

So, the smile on her face gradually froze. Did this woman secretly learn all of this behind our backsOr did she know all of this but never showed itWho is she hiding this fromEven Aaron had similar thoughts.

Simone had never mentioned or shown that she knew all of these instruments.

Was it because she didn’t trust them, or was she cautious of them? He felt a little uneasy and upset at that thought.

On the other hand, the villagers, regardless of age, happily enjoyed the shadow puppet show.

After the performance ended, the production crew gave each villager a small red flower to vote for their favorite act.

In the end, the shadow puppetry received the most red flowers, securing first place. Keira’s singing


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performance came in second, followed by Zac’s dancing and Eric’s painting. Leon’s singing placed fifth. with Jodie’s traditional dance in sixth place. Leyla’s singing took seventh placeand Jodie’s harp playing with Aaron came in last.

Jodie and her group members‘ smiles all faded at the results

It was difficult for them to accept that none of their performances could compare to Simonc’s.

It was especially tough for Jodie, considering she had put her heart and soul into getting the most red flowers.

However, who could have predicted this outcome? She was furious, and if it weren’t for the live broadcast, she would have cried and sought comfort from the Gray brothers.

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Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Score 9.9
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: January 5, 2024 Native Language: English

How To Read Novel Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese.

In her past life, Simone and her adopted sister got kidnapped. Surprisingly, her parents, five brothers, and even her boyfriend, who had grown up with her, all chose to rescue her adopted sibling, and this led to Simone’s unfortunate end. After being reborn, Simone decided to cut ties with her parents and her lousy brothers. She also broke up with her boyfriend because she’d had enough of all of them. To make a living, she had no choice but to dive into the entertainment industry. Simone’s eldest brother had wielded immense influence within the industry. In the blink of an eye, however, Simone’s management studio ascended to the top tier. Her second brother, a top-tier talent agent, quickly found himself outperformed by Simone, who had become the industry’s foremost agent. Her third brother, a mega-popular singer, saw Simone’s debut song set the world on fire in an instant. The fourth brother, a distinguished and up-and-coming director, gazed in envy and admiration as Simone’s directed movies achieved remarkable box office success. Her fifth brother, the hottest young sensation, watched as Simone transformed into an award-winning leading actress in no time. Upon witnessing her astounding accomplishments, Simone’s parents, brothers, and even her ex-boyfriend pleaded for her forgiveness. “No way!” Simone firmly replied.

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Simone Gray opened her eyes, surveyed the surroundings, and looked at the familiar room from her memories. She had indeed returned. Reaching out to grab her phone from the nightstand, she checked the date before a smile appeared in her eyes. What perfect timing. Just as she was thinking, a knocking sound echoed. She got up to open the door and saw a handsome man standing there, questioning her immediately, “I called you earlier. Why didn’t you answer?” Simone replied calmly, “I didn’t feel like it.” Standing before her was her second brother, Titus Gray, who was also her current agent. He was momentarily stunned, visibly not expecting his sister to say that. He furrowed his brows and lectured impatiently, “Stop causing trouble, will you?”


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