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Little Altars Everywhere - Rebecca Wells
Little Altars Everywhere
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The companion to the beloved bestseller Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, here is the funny, heartbreaking, and powerfully insightful tale that first introduced Siddalee, Vivi, their spirited Walker clan, and the indomitable Ya-Yas.
The companion to the beloved bestseller Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, here is the funny, heartbreaking, and powerfully insightful tale that first introduced Siddalee, Vivi, their spirited Walker clan, and the indomitable Ya-Yas.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780060759964 (0060759968)
ASIN: B000FC12LO
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
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Lindsay's Book Log
Lindsay's Book Log rated it
1.5 Do not waste your time
This book is terrible. While it is interesting to see more of the lives of the characters of Divine Secrets this book just jumps around and doesn't have the main storyline to hold the various stories together, or make us care about what we are reading. [spoiler] As a note don't take less than 5...
leaning on the side of wonder
leaning on the side of wonder rated it
3.0 Little Altars Everywhere
3.5 stars. I liked this one a lot better than Ya Ya Sisterhood. The family drama was kind of heartbreaking with moments of hilarity.
shannonland
shannonland rated it
This is such an incredible story of a crazy mother and daughter relationship. It has a very colorful cast of great southern characters who ring true to what it's really like to live and hail from the South. I know Vivi is very dysfunctional as a mother but I was drawn to her none the less. I love th...
Marvin's Bookish Blog
Marvin's Bookish Blog rated it
0.0
After 100 pages I had to give up on this. Maybe I have a beef with stories about dysfunctional Southern families. No, that's not true. I love Flannery O'Connor. And anyone who perused my book list knows I do not shy away from the darker aspects of life...or from very dark comedies, which I think thi...
Chelsea Russell's Blog
Chelsea Russell's Blog rated it
2.0 Little Altars Everywhere
Started out good, but the adult perspectives were a bit too whiny for me.
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