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Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells
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Sep 14, 2007

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Some of the mother-daughter stuff here was intense. The impact of the mother's mental illness, you could see how it reverberated throughout the daughter's history and mental landscape. There is a lot of joy in this book, but it probably became a hit because the writing was fairly poignant too. My favorite scene from the book is the lesson her mother teaches when the daughter realizes "too late" that she really does want to fly, and how she can make things possible if she really wants to. =)
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