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A Sunday in June

3.54 of 5 stars 3.54  ·  rating details  ·  26 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Now in paperback, an electrifying novel of love, brutality, and transcendence.

In a remarkable follow-up to her highly acclaimed first novel, Stigmata, Phyllis Alesia Perry chronicles the lives of three sisters who experience much more than the bond of family. Eva, Mary Nell, and Grace share with each other and with generations of their female ancestors the ability to see i
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Paperback, 384 pages
Published February 16th 2005 by Hachette Books (first published February 4th 2004)
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Mocha Girl
A Sunday in June is the long awaited prequel to Stigmata. It is the story of the Mobley's "curse" that has besieged their family for generations. Set in 1920's Johnson Creek, Alabama and spanning four decades, the novel largely focuses on the two younger sisters, Mary Nell and Eva, who possess psychic abilities and often experience the same visions. Their visions throughout their childhood are prophetic and accurate, but one vision involving Mary Nell's future husband terrifies the girls and thr ...more
Kaitlin
Apparently, A Sunday in June is the prequel to Perry's first book, Stigmata. I say apparently because it felt very much as though the business of A Sunday in June was over when the book was - actually, about 100 pages beforehand. Perhaps the author had a certain framework that she absolutely had to have laid down in order for Stigmata to work, but if so it needed to be something that allowed me to feel the same compassion and interest in her characters that she had so carefully cultivated during ...more
Mocha Girl
A Sunday in June is the long awaited prequel to Stigmata. It is the story of the Mobley's "curse" that has besieged their family for generations. Set in 1920's Johnson Creek, Alabama and spanning four decades, the novel largely focuses on the two younger sisters, Mary Nell and Eva, who possess psychic abilities and often experience the same visions. Their visions throughout their childhood are prophetic and accurate, but one vision involving Mary Nell's future husband terrifies the girls and thr ...more
Shirma
Wonderfully written book. This is my second Phyillis A. Perry book and she did not disappoint. Two sisters divided by something that should have brought them even closer. It's a strong statement for the cruel burdens that women sometimes carry in order to be accepted or maintain a "respectable" image. This is a story of love, forgiveness and the power of family. There was a disconnect, some implausibility in the story for me though, I can't believe that someone only one generation removed from h ...more
Tamara
Good story, bit slow @ some points, but good.
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