Little Gale Gumbo [NOOK Book]

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When Camille and her two teenage daughters fled New Orleans for the island of Little Gale off the coast of Maine, the islanders were initially more suspicious than welcoming. Twenty-five years later, Camille's Creole restaurant, The Little Gale Gumbo Café, has become an island staple-as has the legacy of her romance with islander Ben Haskell. Camille and Ben, along with their children, created a new family unit with a seemingly unbreakable bond. But when Ben is found unconscious in his home, next to the body of ...
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Overview

When Camille and her two teenage daughters fled New Orleans for the island of Little Gale off the coast of Maine, the islanders were initially more suspicious than welcoming. Twenty-five years later, Camille's Creole restaurant, The Little Gale Gumbo Café, has become an island staple-as has the legacy of her romance with islander Ben Haskell. Camille and Ben, along with their children, created a new family unit with a seemingly unbreakable bond. But when Ben is found unconscious in his home, next to the body of Camille's estranged husband, old secrets and suspicions reemerge, and the family must reunite to hope for Ben's survival. But as revelations come to the surface, so do long-held secrets that will test the limits and definitions of family.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Marks’s expansive but generic debut chronicles the lives and loves of young sisters Dahlia and Josie, who move with their mother, Camille, from New Orleans to Little Gale, an island off the Maine coast, to escape their abusive father, Charles Bergeron. In Little Gale, the trio make their home in Ben Haskell’s extra room. Ben and Camille fall in love while the girls befriend Ben’s son, Matthew. Josie, the younger sister and daddy’s girl, eagerly learns Camille’s gumbo recipes and voodoo rituals. Cynical older sister Dahlia cultivates an unhealthy attitude toward men that leads to promiscuity and breaking the heart of her high school sweetheart, Jack Thurlow. Josie yearns for Matthew, who yearns for Dahlia. Charles, usually dealing drugs or in prison, makes intermittent disruptive appearances on the island over the course of years, at one point giving Josie ,000 to hold for him in secret. When Charles returns to Little Gale, he attacks Ben and lands him in a coma and gets himself killed, and past secrets threaten to disrupt everyone’s lives. Though densely plotted, the book moves at a snail’s pace, and the benevolent male characters prove indistinguishable. (Oct.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101545034
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 10/4/2011
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 127,894
  • File size: 613 KB

Meet the Author

Erika Marks is a native New Englander who was raised in Maine and has worked as an illustrator, cake decorator, and carpenter. She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, a native New Orleanian, their two daughters, and their dog.
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INTRODUCTION

When Camille and her two teenage daughters fled New Orleans for the island of Little Gale off the coast of Maine, the islanders were initially more suspicious than welcoming. Twenty-five years later, Camille's Creole restaurant, The Little Gale Gumbo Café, has become an island staple—as has the legacy of her romance with islander Ben Haskell. Camille and Ben, along with their children, created a new family unit with a seemingly unbreakable bond. But when Ben is found unconscious in his home, next to the body of Camille's estranged husband, old secrets and suspicions reemerge, and the family must reunite to hope for Ben's survival. But as revelations come to the surface, so do long-held secrets that will test the limits and definitions of family.

ABOUT ERIKA MARKS

Erika Marks is a native New Englander who was raised in Maine and has worked as an illustrator, cake decorator, and carpenter. She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, a native New Orleanian, their two daughters, and their dog.

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

  • From a young age, Dahlia and Josie see and react to their father Charles in very different ways, differences that bring conflict to the sisters' relationship as they mature. Discuss the opposing views the sisters have of their parents' marriage, and what impact those views have on how each sister secures—or rejects—love in their own lives.
  • The themes of loyalty and betrayal go hand in hand in this book. As devoted and loyal as they are to one another, Dahlia and Josie both bear the weight of some potentially devastating secrets. At the end of the book, some secrets have been revealed, but some remain. Do you think it's possible to live a life without secrets?
  • Matthew feels a deep love for both sisters, but only romantic love for Dahlia, a feeling that has been allowed to grow due to his and Dahlia's off-and-on affairs over the years. By the end of the book, do you believe that Matthew has come to accept that Dahlia will never love him as deeply as he loves her? Do you believe he will finally move on from her? Conversely, do you believe by the novel's end that Josie has to come to accept that Matthew isn't in love with her, and that she and Wayne will be able to move forward to strengthen their marriage?
  • The cafe is as much a character in the book as the men and women who cook and dine there, eventually becoming a fixture on the island. In your own life, have you ever known a place like the Little Gale Gumbo Café that became a staple in your community? What about it made it so appealing to its customers? Was it only the food or something more?
  • Much like Ben and Camille, Dahlia and Jack's attraction is an unlikely—but undeniable—one. Even though Dahlia insists she doesn't want the complications and risks of love, she can't seem to get past her desire for Jack. What is it about Jack that makes him different in Dahlia's eyes from all the other men she's been with? What about him scares her so much that she works so hard to keep from letting him in?
  • In obvious ways (climate, landscape) Maine and New Orleans couldn't be more different—yet there are some similarities, such as a deep sense of history as well as a dependency on the fruits of their coastlines. At what point in the book do you think Camille and the sisters finally feel as if they are settled in their new home?
  • For most of their lives, Josie is considered the fragile sister while Dahlia is believed to be the strong one. Do you agree with that assessment? If not, why?
  • Both Josie and Dahlia are devoted to their mother, but see their roles as daughters very differently. While Josie feels a responsibility to protect her mother and help keep the peace with Charles, Dahlia is constantly encouraging Camille to stand up to him, much to Josie's dismay. In your experience, have you observed similar situations among siblings?
  • Charles spends most of the book as an arrogant bully who tries repeatedly to disrupt his wife and daughters' new home until he is finally sent to prison for what everyone believes will be the rest of his life. But when he finally emerges, he is clearly a broken and bitterly subdued man. Did you feel any sympathy for him by the end of the book, and at any point, did you believe he might have the capacity for redemption?
  • For much of the novel, Dahlia is at odds with many of the residents of Little Gale Island, from the time she is a rebellious teen up until she has a well-established business. Yet for all of her frequent grumblings of the island's conservative and judgmental views of her, she never leaves. What, or who, do you think keeps her there?
  • For all the anguish that Charles causes Camille, it might be hard to understand why she never divorces him. Why do you think she chooses not to legally end her marriage, even after she falls in love with Ben?
  • The island ultimately provides a safe and nurturing environment for Ben and Camille's children, but it could be argued that living remotely as they grew kept the sisters and Matthew from moving on in certain ways. In what ways do you think the island nurtured their emotional development, and in what ways did it inhibit it? In your own life, have you ever felt held back by a place or a person? What did you do to move forward?
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  • Posted September 24, 2011

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    an entertaining family drama

    In 1977 Camille Bergeron accompanied by her two daughters Dahlia and Josie left New Orleans to escape her abusive husband Charles as she fears he will harm their children. She opens up the Little Gale Gumbo Café on Little Gale Island, Maine. On the barrier island, she rents a room from Ben Haskell. He is instantly attracted to the best praline maker in New England while his teenage son Matthew is gaga for Camille's daughters. While most of the islanders do not welcome the three Creole females, they cannot resist her food. The three Bergeron females and the two Haskell males become a close knit family.

    By 2002 Camille and Ben live together in love and harmony. Josie eagerly learned her mom's recipes and remains attracted to Matthew who desires Dahlia; while Dahlia has become a loose woman sleeping around and hurting her high school boyfriend Jack Thurlow. Charles the drug dealer visited his girls periodically since his females deserted him. When he returns to Little Gale, Charles assaults Ben; Charles dies while lying next to him Ben is in a coma. The three next generation come back home to be there for the patriarch; while secrets concealed for years surface tearing apart an extended family.

    Little Gale Gumbo is an entertaining family drama starring a strong cast as the key sextet are fully developed and the islanders add local color to an intriguing suspense. The story line is well written, but does slow down with vivid descriptions of the island and the café's food. With a deft late twist, fans will enjoy stopping at the Little Gale Gumbo for good food and to learn the secrets.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted August 31, 2011

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    LITTLE GALE GUMBO - in a word: Delicious.

    I was lucky enough to get an advanced copy of LITTLE GALE GUMBO and WOW, am I glad I did! It took me a while to read, not because I'm a slow reader, but because like good home-cooking, (and speaking of which, there are great recipes at the back of it, which I'm definitely going to try) it needed to be savored and rolled on the tongue to get the full effect of its bouquets and textures. This book, about a woman and her two daughters who escape an abusive man and try to make a new life, is told in alternate scenes of present day 2002 and various flashbacks that layer this beautifully drawn story of family dynamics, love, heartache, loss and in the end, acceptance. With each chapter, more is revealed about the family and its history and though some of the secrets are shocking, never once does this book become overly dramatic or maudlin. This was an honest story of what really happens in some families and what strong, charismatic people do to not just survive and get by in this life, but to thrive and learn to love, both themselves and others. I can't say enough how much I enjoyed this book and the subtle way I, as the reader, was taken by the hand and led through the twists and turns of the lives of the three Bergeron women. I think I need to read it again to fully appreciate the layers of the story and how beautifully it is written. I'll get to that right after I whip up some gumbo and pralines.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2012

    Loved it

    Wonderful chacters, page turner.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2013

    Good book very well written I enjoyed it very much. 

    Good book very well written I enjoyed it very much. 

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    Posted April 21, 2013

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    Posted February 3, 2013

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    Posted February 3, 2013

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    Posted January 25, 2013

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