Fleurs de Ya-Ya Rebecca Wells

ISBN: 9782266168908

Published: 2005


336 pages


Fleurs de Ya-Ya  by  Rebecca Wells

Fleurs de Ya-Ya by Rebecca Wells
2005 | Poche | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 336 pages | ISBN: 9782266168908 | 5.71 Mb

Now that I have read all three of Rebecca Well’s Ya-Ya books, I can honestly say that while Divine Secrets was the most intellectually satisfying of the three, Ya-Ya’s in Bloom was the most emotionally satisfying.It’s mostly a matter of tone. The books seem somewhat like a continuum… or maybe more like working through the stages of grief and recovery.

In Little Altars Everywhere, I felt the author dwelled on the broken, angry, bitter aspects of the Walker family history. In Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, there was still pain and anger to process and come to grips with but Wells included some of the bright moments, the things done right, the sense that the mistakes of the past didn’t necessarily have to cripple the future. Ya-Ya’s in Bloom takes that one step future with stories of the high points of growing up Ya-Ya. In a lot of ways, it’s like a bright reflection of Little Altars. That’s not to say that everything was suddenly all better or that the past could be ignored or erased.

All in all, it just seemed as if the characters and author were choosing what to dwell on and were happier for that choice. I enjoyed it and I am glad that I read the entire Ya-Ya saga.

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