6 edition of The almost Archer sisters found in the catalog.
The almost Archer sisters
|LC Classifications||PR9199.4.G324 A79 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009004901|
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The Almost Archer Sisters is the story of two sisters, the stable and normal Georgia "Peachy" and the erratic and flighty Beth, who are forced to re-evaluate their lives after Beth does an unthinkable act and sleeps with Peachy's husband.4/4(8). Straddling glamorous Manhattan and The almost Archer sisters book Canadian ex-pat’s farm, The Almost Archer Sisters tells the story of two women who share a deceased mother and little else.
Peachy, a young married mother and college dropout, has lived her entire life on a farm where nothing is grown, but land is sold off slowly/5. The "Almost Archer Sisters" bulges with family: family history, family failure and strife, tough love, and shocking weakness. Peachy, at one point an aggrieved party, flirts with a beautiful, appealing man and with the possibility of forbidden fruit, all the while knowing very well the needs of those who depend on her.4/5(9).
In the tradition of Jennifer Weiner and Melissa Bank, The Almost Archer Sisters is a refreshingly honest portrait of sisterhood, motherhood, and female mayhem in its many states of grievance, grace, and ed on: Octo In the tradition of Jennifer Weiner and Melissa Bank, The Almost Archer Sisters is a refreshingly honest portrait of sisterhood, motherhood, and female mayhem in its many states of grievance, grace, and forgiveness/5(6).
Canadian sisters clash and cling. Raised by hippie parents in a small farm town, Peachy and Beth Archer learn about grief at a young age when they discover their mother’s suicide note and lifeless body. Beth, the older sister, uses alcohol, sex and drugs to ease her pain. The humour in The Almost Archer Sisters is broader than it The almost Archer sisters book in Lisa Gabriele's lovely coming-of-age novel, Tempting Faith DiNapoli ().
But the wisecracking Peachy can do tenderness too, and Author: Joan Thomas. Books similar to The Almost Archer Sisters The Almost Archer Sisters. by Lisa Gabriele. avg. rating Ratings. Georgia "Peachy" Archer always thought she was happy with her choices in life: quitting college, marrying young, raising two boys in the same small town where she grew up.
But just as Peachy's life. Much as The Almost Archer Sisters is a story of silly mistakes and squabbling siblings, it’s also about how all of us face the big, unfathomable future.
Title: The Almost Archer Sisters Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: Decem Publisher: Doubleday Canada Language: English. The Almost Sisters is a book only Joshilyn Jackson could have written I was swept up by her inimitable voice from the very first page: she deftly combines such unexpected subjects as superheroes, single motherhood, race, and Brand: HarperCollins Publishers.
The Almost Archer Sisters - Lisa Gabriele. I knew I had a doctor's appointment after work the other day, so I quickly stuck The Almost Archer Sisters in my bag to take with me. My doctor is invariably behind, so an hour and a half later, it was my turn.
But honestly, I was so engrossed in this book, I really didn't notice how much time had passed. You always hurt the ones you love the most.
The Almost Archer Sisters by Lisa Gabriele. Octo by The Mama Leave a Comment. I’m not entirely sure how I feel about this book. It was fine?Author: The Mama. In the tradition of Jennifer Weiner and Melissa Bank, The Almost Archer Sisters is a refreshingly honest portrait of sisterhood, motherhood, and female mayhem in its many states of grievance, grace, and forgiveness.
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The Almost Sisters is a book only Joshilyn Jackson could have written I was swept up by her inimitable voice from the very first page: she deftly combines such unexpected subjects as superheroes, single motherhood, race, and the impact of long-buried secrets.
Lisa Gabriele’s The Almost Archer Sisters (Simon & Schuster, pages, $14) is being promoted as chick lit. But if readers can get past the heaving book jacket and the heroine’s cutesy name (Peachy), they will be treated to a novel that’s as easy to read as your average chick-lit pick, but with much more substance and heart.
The Almost Sisters is immersed in hot button topics, including the aforementioned sexism in the comic book industry, single parenthood, stepfamilies, divorce, the rights and needs of people with dementia, and racism.
Any one of these topics can be enough to send a novel to dark and weighty places, but Jackson has chosen to find light where she can.
Get this from a library. The almost Archer sisters. [Lisa Gabriele] -- Georgia "Peachy" Archer always thought she was happy with her choices in life: quitting college, marrying young, raising two boys in the same small town where she grew up.
But just as Peachy's life. The almost Archer sisters. [Lisa Gabriele] -- When their respective lives as a small-town Canada farmer and a New York television star prove too much, sisters Peachy and Beth trade places for a whirlwind weekend during which Peachy reevaluates.
In the tradition of Jennifer Weiner and Melissa Bank, The Almost Archer Sisters is a refreshingly honest portrait of sisterhood, motherhood, and female mayhem in its many states of grievance, grace, and forgiveness.The Almost Archer Sisters (Large Print): Gabriele, Lisa: There were never such devoted sisters, or ones so hilariously and heartbreakingly conflicted about loyalty Thoughtful, married-mom Georgie Peachy Archer and big-city-girl Beth, her older sister, grow up on a Canadian farm with their hairdressing, Vietnam draft-dodging dad, Lou, and share the pain of their mom's.
This nice Southern family has a body in the attic — literally. By Michele Langevine Leiby. J Joshilyn Jackson’s “The Almost Sisters ” is a plainly yet artfully written book.