“Little Altars Everywhere” by Rebecca Wells
Loved Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, so was thrilled when the follow up came out. While not as good as the original, it still has the same characters that you fell in love with in the first book by Rebecca Wells.
Little Altars Everywhere is a national best-seller, a companion to Rebecca Wells’s celebrated novel Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Originally published in 1992, Little Altars introduces Sidda, Vivi, the rest of the spirited walker clan, and the indomitable Ya-Yas.It is now available for the first time in hardcover. Told in alternating voices of Vivi and her husband, Big Shep, along with Sidda, her siblings Little Shep, Lulu, Baylor, and Cheney and Willetta–the black couple who impact the Walkers’ lives in ways they never fully comprehend–Little Altars embraces nearly thirty years of life on the plantation in Thorton, Louisiana, where the cloying air of the bayou and a web of family secrets at once shelter, trap and define an utterly original community of souls.
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