3 Willows: The Sisterhood Grows by Ann Brashares

By Ann Brashares

Summer time is a time to develop

seeds
Polly has an concept that she can't cease pondering, one who comprises altering a number of issues approximately herself. She's atmosphere her points of interest on a
more glamorous existence, yet it's going to take all of her concentration. not less than that approach she won't need to watch her associates relocating to this point ahead.

roots
Jo is spending the summer season at her family's seashore condominium, operating as a busgirl and bonding with the older, cooler ladies she'll see at highschool come September. She didn't anticipate a short fling with a lovely boy altering her complete summer time. Or feeling embarrassed by means of her heart institution acquaintances. and she or he didn't expect her kinfolk in any respect. . .

leaves
Ama isn't really an outdoorsy woman. She desired to be at an instructional camp, doing examine in an air-conditioned library, incomes A's. as an alternative her summer time scholarship lands her on a barren region journey packed with flirting childrens, blisters, most unlikely mountain climbing trails, and a tragic loss of hair items. it's a new summer time. And a brand new sisterhood. Come develop with them.

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I was in my early twenties during the heyday of the antiwar movement and the rise of feminism in the 1970s, which in Austin were closely linked. The women I knew there had burned the old rule book: the one in which women shopped instead of talked, competed for the silverback through any means, protected their fears and longings from one another as if they were professional trade secrets. I’d been part of an all-girl rock-’n’-roll band that got arrested together; we had relied on one another through whatever trials the decade presented, from medical school to drug addiction.

DEEPER THAN MOST of the more obvious parallels between us was the drinking history we had in common—that empty room in the heart that is the essence of addiction. Caroline and I would soon enough tell each other everything, but for the first few months of our friendship, I kept our greatest similarity to myself. The summer before we became friends, I had read Caroline’s memoir, Drinking: A Love Story, in a rain-soaked cabin in Truro, on Cape Cod, where I had gone for a week with Clementine. I would swim the ponds during the day and read on the screened-in porch until twilight, and I still remember sitting there, Clemmie sleeping next to me, while I read the book until dusk turned to pitch black outside.

The veil of classy attire had been traded for sneakers and a careless braid; hovering over Lucille, her shepherd mix who was the same age as Clementine, she seemed as passionately monothematic about her dog as I was about mine. I also knew, for reasons that were personal as well as public, that the white wine Caroline had been holding that night years before had been her magic scepter and dagger both. Public because Caroline had revealed as much in her memoir Drinking: A Love Story. This was the summer after the book’s publication, and she’d been on enough talk shows and feature pages to be a publisher’s dream girl.

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