Eves Garden

Eves Garden Fiction Women S Studies Eve Gates Is Intent On Finding A Way To Fly Away From The Small Town Where Her Millworker Family Lives A Wary Existence And Where Her Best Friend Meets Tragedy Tired Of Battling Her Loving But Close Mouthed Mother, Maisie, For Details About Evangeline, The Grandmother Who Died Before Eve Was Born, And Whose Death Seems To Be The Heart Of The Mystery That Swirls Around Her Family, Eve Heads For New York, For Paris, For All The Places She Has Conjured Through Her Love Of Reading Only To Be Called Back Due To Family Illnesses Now She Must Decide Whether She Will Settle Back Into Her Old Home Town Or Move Into The Larger World She Has Always Craved If She Stays, Can A Romance In A Small Minded Community Provide A Large Enough Window On Life If She Goes, Will She Ever Resolve The Mystery That Her Mother And Aunts Guard So Closely The Path Forward Lies Through A Search For The Friend She Thought Was Lost Forever, And By Connecting With The Grandmother She Never Knew. Reading Eve s Garden is akin to taking a journey that crosses continents, explores cultures, and vacillates back and forth through the years of 1919 to 1973 The beauty in Bailey Mershon s story is the way in which she develops incredibly strong female characters and evokes a strong sense of place.Eve Gates wants to escape the small Southern mill town where her family goes about its daily life Eve and her mother, Maisie, are often at odds Her best friend has encountered an unspeakable tragedy Reading Eve s Garden is akin to taking a journey that crosses continents, explores cultures, and vacillates back and forth through the years of 1919 to 1973 The beauty in Bailey Mershon s story is the way in which she develops incredibly strong female characters and evokes a strong sense of place.Eve Gates wants to escape the small Southern mill town where her family goes about its daily life Eve and her mother, Maisie, are often at odds Her best friend has encountered an unspeakable tragedy And, certain that there is a deep dark mystery that her mother and her aunts are keeping from her about the grandmother she never knew, Eve wants to knowabout her Romani roots.In time, Eve gradually realizes that the strong women in her life are
This is a novel rich with emotion and hidden history Generations of women wind around around and through each other in layers of tragedy, beauty, and reconciliation The language is lush The story is strong and tender Enjoy. Beautifully written story of lifelong friendships, buried family secrets, and strong women who overcome unimaginable hardships, prejudices, and pain, both physical and mental Fabulous book I will write a full review of my observations and deep praise later This is what I shall say now, and it has zero bearing on admiring and knowing Glenda Bailey Bershon as a writer, inspiration, and friend This is one of the best books I ve read in at least a decade of voracious reading Lyrical, page turning, soul deep, and the kind of novel that stays with you, changes your thinking, and leaves you loving the characters and the story and the language and its deep seated and myriad lessons tr I will write a full review of my observations and deep praise later This is what I shall say now, and it has zero bearing on admiring and knowing Glenda Bailey Bershon as a writer, inspiration, and friend This is one of the best books I ve read in at least a decade of voracious reading Lyrica
Good solid fiction Loved the glimpse into the Romani culture I didn t realize it had been a part of the Appalachian region. Started with a smile, ended with a smile In between, I laughed cried , raged, and loved What else is there Glenda Bailey Mershon grew up in the Appalachian South in a family with diverse roots A former bookseller and publisher, her publications include sa co ni ge blue smoke poems from the Southern Appalachians Bird Talk Poems, A History of the American Women s Movement a Study Guide, and four volumes as editor of Jane s Stories anthologies by women writers, including Bridges and Borders.In Eve s Garden, Eve Gates is intent on finding a way to fly away from the small town where her millworker Glenda Bailey Mershon grew up in the Appalachian South in a family with diverse roots A former bookseller and publisher, her publications include sa co ni ge blue smoke poems from the Southern Appalachians Bird Talk Poems, A History of the American Women s Movement a
This was only fair I read it because it was the highest rated book on my good reads list, but that will teach you to pay attention, as it was only rated by 21 people, and I m guessing they were all friends of the author It took a very long time

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  • Paperback
  • 408 pages
  • Eves Garden
  • Glenda Bailey-Mershon
  • 26 March 2018
  • 1940189047