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Motherhood and Madness

Some of my favourite stories contain an uncontested truth we hold about motherhood: Mothers are at their best when they are well and whole. Broken mothers, mothers whose pathologies loom large in their lives and, by extension, the lives of their families, are bad news. 640 more words


Ya-Yas in Bloom by Rebecca Wells

Ya-Yas in Bloom is the last book in the series, and I liked it only slightly more than Divine Secrets. Wells opts to change up the narrators again, bouncing between the Ya-Yas and the Ya Yas Petites, as they jump from past memories to present states discussing religion, parties, antics, and relationships. 301 more words

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The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells

Following Little Altars Everywhere is The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, in which the reader gets more in depth with the past of the Ya-Yas, mostly through Siddalee. 341 more words

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