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ISBN:
0007201117
ISBN13:
978-0007201112
Author:
Rebecca Wells
Publisher:
Harper Collins; First Thus edition (2005)
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400 pages
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1477 kb
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Rebecca Wells's wonderful third book in her Ya-Ya trilogy, which includes Little Altars Everywhere and Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Ya-Yas in Bloom: A Novel. has been added to your Cart.

Rebecca Wells's wonderful third book in her Ya-Ya trilogy, which .

Rebecca Wells's wonderful third book in her Ya-Ya trilogy, which includes Little Altars Everywhere and Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, is sure to provide reading that makes you laugh and cry, a book that will break your heart and mend it again. Ya-Yas in Bloom reveals the roots of the Ya-Yas' friendship in the 1930s, following Vivi, Teensy, Caro and Necie through sixty years of marriage, child-raising, and hair-raising family secrets. Ya-Yas in Bloom continues the saga, giving us more Ya-Ya lore, spun out in the rich patois of the Louisiana bayou country and brim full of the Ya-Ya message to embrace life and each other with joy. Скачать (pdf, 962 Kb) Читать.

Ya Yas in Bloom book. An emotionally charged addition to Rebecca Wells' much loved previous novels, 'Ya-Yas in Bloom' reveals the roots of the Ya-Yas' friendship in the 1930s and roars through the 60 years of marriage, child-raising, and hair-raising family secrets.

Little love gift - Sowing sisterhood seeds: Legacy of teensy's pecan - Gopher girls of God - Hobnobbin' at the Bob - Tending young buds: Scenes from my early career - Buckaroo - Snow in the South - Show and tell - Circling the globe.

Little love gift - Sowing sisterhood seeds: Legacy of teensy's pecan - Gopher girls of God - Hobnobbin' at the Bob - Tending young buds: Scenes from my early career - Buckaroo - Snow in the South - Show and tell - Circling the globe - Pilgrimage - Bruised plantings: Too much. Wild - Daughter of God - Bountiful garden: Safety - Star's a seed a seed's a star

Rebecca Wells, actress, playwright, and author of Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Little Altars Everywhere, Ya-Yas in Bloom, and The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder was born in Louisiana

Rebecca Wells, actress, playwright, and author of Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Little Altars Everywhere, Ya-Yas in Bloom, and The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder was born in Louisiana. After college, Wells later moved to New York City to pursue her acting career and began studying the Stanislavski method of acting. Wells's commitment was not only to the stage, but to peace and social justice as well. In 1982 she went to Seattle, Washington, where she performed at numerous professional theaters. She also founded a chapter of Performing Artists for Nuclear Disarmament.

An emotionally charged addition to Rebecca Wells' much loved previous novels, 'Ya-Yas in Bloom' reveals the roots of the Ya-Yas' friendship in the 1930s and roars through the 60 years of marriage, child-raising, and hair-raising family secrets.

Rebecca Wells (born February 3, 1953) is an American author, actor, and playwright known for the Ya-Ya Sisterhood series, which includes the books Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Little Altars Everywhere, Ya-Yas in Bloom, and The Crowning Gl. .

Rebecca Wells (born February 3, 1953) is an American author, actor, and playwright known for the Ya-Ya Sisterhood series, which includes the books Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Little Altars Everywhere, Ya-Yas in Bloom, and The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder. Wells was born and raised in Alexandria, Louisiana, where her family owned and ran a cotton farm.

An emotionally charged addition to Rebecca Wells' bestselling and much loved previous novels, Ya-Yas in Bloom reveals the roots of the Ya-Yas' friendship in the 1930s and roars through sixty years of marriage, child-raising, and hair-raising family secrets. When four year old Teensy Whitman stuffs a pecan up her nose, she sets off the chain of events that lead Teensy, Caro, Vivi and Necie to become true sister-friends. Told in alternating voices of Vivi and the Petite Ya-Yas, Siddalee and Baylor Walker, as well as other denizens of Thornton, Louisiana, Ya-Yas in Bloom shows is the Ya-Yas in love, and at war with convention. Through crises of faith and hilarious lapses of parenting skills, brushes with alcoholism and glimpses of the dark reality of racial bigotry, the Ya-Ya values of unconditional loyalty, high style and Cajun sass shine through. But in the Ya-Yas' inimitable way, these four remarkable women also teach their children about the Mysteries: the wonder of snow in the Deep South, the possibility that humans are made of stars, and the belief that miracles do happen. And they need a miracle when old grudges and wounded psyches lead to a heartbreaking crime - and the dynamic web of sisterhood is the only safety net strong enough to endure.
Reviews:
  • Ndyardin
I loved this book. I laughed and I cried until I had tears running down my face. If you thought you knew these people when you read Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, you had barely met them. Read this book and really get to know them.
  • Felolv
I love the Ya-Ya's and all of their back stories. The time and setting are perfect.
  • Gholbirdred
Having best friends is a blessing from God. Rebecca Wells has captured the life in Louisiana/The South/The Delta. Reading of generations of Ya-Yas was so much fun! Laughter and Tears, I was right there with them.
  • Djang
Loved this series and have read all of the books...very good read
  • Mojind
Love this author and all things SOUTH !
  • Nidor
If you enjoyed Rebecca Wells's other Ya-Ya novels, you'll be delighted with this one. The characters are wild, as many Southern women in literature tend to be, and they are charming!
  • Tantil
Loved getting back into the Ya Ya Girls lives. Such fun and this book didn’t disappoint!
After reading the first two books in the ya-ya trilogy this one disappointed me. I was expecting so much more. In the beginning it seems like just a bunch of short stories strung together. Although the last chapters were connected in some way it was too little too late to really get involved in the story.