Sweet Magnolia

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (11.52 hours)
Product Number: Z09684
Released: Sep 02, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781490653495
Narrator/s: Sharon Washington
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Norma L. Jarrett pens this inspirational Essence Book Club Pick about two feuding sisters who struggle to reconcile differences and renew their faith in God. Although Summer and Misa secretly share the same family curse, each handles it differently. And then one rainy night at a family reunion, an argument and an accident trigger a chain reaction that unravels years of family secrets and misunderstandings. ". careful and easy storytelling packs a powerful punch through appealing characters that resonate in our soul ."-Jacquelin Thomas, author of Singsation (CF010)


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Sweet Magnolia
Product Number: BX00033702
Product Number:CF227
Product Number:Z09684

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All formats/editions

Author(s): Norma L. Jarrett
Narrator(s): Sharon Washington
Product Number CF227
Released: May 31, 2007
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781428131057
Author(s): Norma L. Jarrett
Product Number EB00153167
Released: Dec 27, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Broadway Books
ISBN: #9780307498144

Professional reviews

"Shortly after Summer Ledoux marries the man of her dreams, her supermodel sister, Misa, moves back to New Orleans, and troubles soon follow. Jarrett has given this novel about redemption and reconciliation a decidedly Christian world view. Sharon Washington has a keen ear for the voices of contemporary African-Americans. But the major failing of this production is that the story takes place in Louisiana--New Orleans to be exact--and there is nary a hint of an appropriate accent. An audiobook should echo, or surpass, what the listener's cerebral ear interprets as the narrative voice. Here the narrator presents New York while the novel itself calls for "N'Awlins." P.R. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"