- By Ethel Cook-Wilson

Sunday Wild Child

  • Title: Sunday Wild Child
  • Author: Ethel Cook-Wilson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sunday Wild Child A story of a Florida family s trials and triumphant during the first half of the twentieth century Bonnie Blithe and Dixie Jo lend their voices to their tales of loss love and hope as they deal with

    A story of a Florida family s trials and triumphant during the first half of the twentieth century Bonnie Blithe and Dixie Jo lend their voices to their tales of loss, love and hope as they deal with a domineering husband and father Their journey from one destitute town to another, as well from one personal challenge to another is full of faith, true grit and determinatiA story of a Florida family s trials and triumphant during the first half of the twentieth century Bonnie Blithe and Dixie Jo lend their voices to their tales of loss, love and hope as they deal with a domineering husband and father Their journey from one destitute town to another, as well from one personal challenge to another is full of faith, true grit and determination Dixie Jo embodies the spunk all young people need to overcome adversities.

    1 thought on “Sunday Wild Child

    1. When I first saw this up for review I thought it would be more of a raw book on abuse and such but really it was a very well thought out book of two people mother and daughter telling their view points on the same issues as they happen. There is some abuse and racism along with a few other things but it is told with class that does shock you but not in an over bearing way. A mother has to deal with an abusive husband that needs to show his manhood by producing children. He started out as a wonde [...]

    2. Audible:I LOVED this book! The tensions between a mother and daughter are very real and relatable.During the depression Bonnie is basically left alone by her husband only to get pregnant on every visit home.It is sometimes sad and sometimes funny.Reagan Boggs is a wonderful narrator.I was provided this book free for review by the author,narrator or publisher.

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