Between, Georgia

Between, Georgia

by Joshilyn Jackson
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Between, Georgia 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 82 reviews.
Nessa-S More than 1 year ago
I was lucky enough to pick this book up, the cover caught my eye. It is the first and only Joshilyn Jackson book that I have read. This story has a great story line, and good characters. The characters were described so well, you really feel as if you know them. I recommended this book to all my reader friends and family. I loved it.
Keelee MacDonald More than 1 year ago
Very enjoyable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this little gem on the sale table, and have subsequently purchased several other copies to send to friends. Jackson is a skilled and sensitive writer, the plot, though wacky, totally captivated me and I couldn't escape it! I'm not a fan of books being made into movies, but this one should be. I've seldom read a book where every single character was so complete and visible to me. A absolutely loved it.
quaintinns More than 1 year ago
A book about rivalries (which are quite popular in the South) and small deep south towns. Of course Joshilyn Jackson gives the audio book some great humor as she narrates, and includes likeable characters (Hatfields vs. McCoys), quirky, and fun banter between all parties. An array of independent women, outspoken, sassy, and families which stick together and protect their own. The book is about total family dysfunction; however, is a heartfelt story and of course as always, entertaining --loved Bernice! Jackson does a job explaining Usher’s Syndrome and the independence of people who are deaf-blind. The details of the interpreter’s life, and differences between city and county life. I would highly recommend her latest book “Someone Else’s Love Story”, “My Miraculous”, as well as “Backseat Saints”-currently reading “God’s In Alabama” and loving it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading for the second time. Looking forward to reading it again.
SHEI More than 1 year ago
The CD version of the book captured the instant conflict and passionate cliffhanger romances of the pivotal character, Nonny Frett. In spite of the constant character conflicts throughout the story, all issues get resolved at the end. The conflict within Nonny Frett is painstakingly, descriptively, and poetically communicated to the audience. The endearing main characters are believeably typical of small town folk in the South. The author's ending post notes accurately disclaim fictional references to actual places and organizations during the storys' time period. Although Nonny is not disabled, I would recommend this story to adults with disabilities, however, NOT to children-due to languzge. It is replete with signing references, as one of the main characters is deaf and blind.
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I picked this book up at my daughters just for something to pass the time. I couldnt put it down. Really a good book. I loved the story and the crazy people in the story. Read it!
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After reading Gods in Alabama, I just knew I wanted to read more from this author, but I was very disappointed with this selection. Very blah! Even the action was disappointing.
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Ms Jackson is a great author!
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Loved this book. Love her writing.
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The book had amazing love and different circumstaces
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