The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder

Author: Rebecca Wells

“Rebecca Wells has done it again….A new book full of Southern charm and unique characters…impossible to put down.”—Houston Chronicle“Wells weaves that magic spell again.”—New Orleans Times-PicayuneFor Ya-Ya fans everywhere, New York Times bestselling author Rebecca Wells returns with The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder. The creator of the literary sensations Divine Se….Read More

8 Books Similar to The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder

In the Night Kitchen

Sendak's hero Mickey falls through the dark into the Night Kitchen where three fat bakers are making the morning cake. So begins an intoxicating dream fantasy, described by the artist… Continue Reading Posted in: Children's, Fiction

Dune Road

The instant NY Times bestseller from one of the most beloved voices in women's fiction. An ever-growing legion of fans greets the publication of each new tale from the inimitable… Continue Reading Posted in: Connecticut, Secrecy

Little Altars Everywhere

Siddalee Walker, one of the sharpest-eyed little chatterboxes since Huckleberry Finn, is the oldest daughter of the Walker clan of Thornton, Louisiana. Her mother is Vivi Walker, the bourbon-drinking leader… Continue Reading Posted in: Alcoholics Family Relationships, Catholics, Social Life And Customs

This Beautiful Life

"This Beautiful Life is a gripping, potent, and blisteringly well-written story of family, dilemma, and consequence. . . . I read this book with white-knuckled urgency, and I finished it in tears. Helen Schulman… Continue Reading Posted in: Computers & Internet Humor, Domestic Fiction, New York (State) New York Manhattan, Satire

The Yellow Birds

With profound emotional insight, especially into the effects of a hidden war on mothers and families at home, The Yellow Birds is a groundbreaking novel about the costs of war… Continue Reading Posted in: Fiction, Literary Fiction, Soldiers, War Fiction, War Stories

The Memory of Water

The New York Times bestselling author of the Tradd Street novels returns to the South Carolina Lowcountry with a gripping tale of two sisters haunted by one tragic night...On the… Continue Reading Posted in: Family Secrets, Mentally Ill Parents

Staring at the Sun

Charts the life of Jean Serjeant, from her beginnings as a naive, carefree country girl before the war through to her wry and trenchant old age in the year 2020.… Continue Reading Posted in: British & Irish Literary Fiction, English Fiction, Fiction In English 1945 Texts, Surrealist Literary Criticism

Saving CeeCee Honeycutt

Steel Magnolias meets The Help in this Southern debut novel sparkling with humor, heart, and feminine wisdom Twelve-year-old CeeCee Honeycutt is in trouble. For years, she has been the caretaker… Continue Reading Posted in: Fiction, Manners And Customs, Teenage Girls

Leave a Reply