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Ya-Ya Boxed Set: Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood and Little Altars Everywhere

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2002

    Understanding your mother has never seemed so easy

    Ya-Ya Sisterhood is one of the best mother/daughter books that has ever past under my eyes. There is nothing in this world that is strong enough to break the ties between this family. Heartbreak and tradegy may cause friction, but that same friction warmed hearts and made this special bond stronger.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2002

    Not So Devine Secrets

    Not So Devine Secrets Adriane Vosmik This book is about the relationship between a mother and her daughter. Sidda, the daughter, is trying to find out why her mother is the way she is and why she has don the things she did. Her mother, Vivi, is mad at Sidda for saying bad things about her in an interview. Vivi¿s lifelong friends decide to show Sidda the scrapbook they have kept so she can see why her mom is a nut ball and what really happened during Sidda¿s childhood. I really liked this book. It didn¿t really have a hidden meaning like some books and there wasn¿t a psychologically changing book. It was very well written. It makes you laugh at things like getting arrested for skinny-dipping in the water tower and cry for an abusive drunk mother. It makes us wonder about a mother daughter relationship like Vivi and Sidda¿s. An overall good book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2000

    An Excellent Read!!!!!

    Although this book was oftentimes depressing it speaks some blantant truths about mothers and daughters everywhere. It's a shame there was not more about the Divine Ya Yas but you still can not stop reading this. I suggest everyone read this. You will not regret it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2000

    Renewed my love of reading

    The YaYa Sisterhood is the best book I have ever read. I have bought a copy of it for almost everyone I know.It is truly an experience. I can't imagine anyone reading the book and not longing to be a YaYa. I am glad I read The YaYa Sisterhood before Little Altars Everywhere.I would suggest to others that they read the books in this order.

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