1958. First UK edition. A near fine copy only marked by light age tanning to the edges of the text block and a few spots to the top edge. The d/w is good with light tanning to the spine and some insect damage to the rear fore edge.
2009. A trade paperback copy in near fine condition.
2013. A proof copy in fine, unread condition.
An emotionally charged addition to Rebecca Wells' bestselling and much-loved previous novels, Ya-Yas in Bloom reveals the roots of the Ya-Yas' friendship in the 1930s and roars through sixty years of marriage, child-raising, and hair-raising family secrets. When four-year-old ... read more
Harper Collins, 2005. A paperback copy in good condition.
1981. First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine d/w.
|Awards:||Winner, IP Picks Best Fiction, 2011.|
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2006. A paperback copy in fine, unmarked condition.
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The brilliant debut novel from the award-winning author of Maggie & Me
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One of the Best Books of 2016--NPR, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, Elle, Thrillist, Men's Journal, Publishers Weekly, Time Out New York, Self and Kirkus The audacious new novel about family and ambition from "one of the best living mystery ... read more