Catfish Alley

Catfish Alley A moving debut novel about female friendship, endurance, and hope in the South Roxanne Reeves defines her life by the committees she heads and the social status she cultivates But she is keeping secrets that make her an outsider in her own town, always in search of acceptance And when she is given a job none of the other white women want researching the town s African Download Catfish Alley – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • Catfish Alley
  • Lynne Bryant
  • English
  • 01 March 2018
  • 0451232283

10 thoughts on “Catfish Alley

  1. says:

    It s rare that I read a book that leaves me feeling like Catfish Alley simultaneously a bit raw and heartbroken joyful and hopeful I couldn t immediately talk about it, and even now, I m sure I m not doing justice to this amazing, wonderful story.Set in the mid 2000 s in a fictional Clarksville, Mississippi, Lynne Bryant s Catfish Alley tells the story of Roxanne Reeves and Grace Clark Roxanne has clawed her way into her small town social strata, hiding her poor Cajun upbrining As she s pre It s rare that I read a book that leaves me feeling like Catfish Alley simultaneously a bit raw and heartbroken joyful and hopeful I couldn t immediately talk about it, and even now, I m sure I m not doing justice to this amazing, wonderful story.Set in the mid 2000 s in a fictional Clarksville, Mississippi, Lynne Bryant s Catfish Alley tells the story of Roxanne Reeves and Grace Clark Roxanne has clawed her way into her small town social strata...

  2. says:

    Lynne Bryant s first novel, Catfish Alley, was a great read in terms of story line, atmosphere, unique characters, and themes dealing with prejudices in Mississippi, past and present I thought Rosanne Reeves and Grace Clark were compelling main characters Their conundrum, how to move past opposing backgrounds and bygone era discrimination which still lingers on to a surprising degree to forge a genuine heartfelt friendship, and ultimately build aunified cordial city town in general Lynne Bryant s first novel, Catfish Alley, was a great read in terms of story line, atmosphere, unique characters, and themes d...

  3. says:

    This book was amazing to me because it was totally unexpected It seems that the past year or so books about the African American experience is the new wave in fiction So I hesitantly picked up what I thought might be just another variation of the rest that I had seen How surprised I was This book is very well written There are quite a few characters but each one has a voice and is well developed The story alternates between present time and the early 1900 s You may think you know where it This book was amazing to me because it was totally unexpected It seems that the pa...

  4. says:

    I began to read Catfish Alley by Lynne Bryant, thinking it was merely going to be an entertaining book I did not expect for it to open up rivers of joy and pain inside of me but that is exactly what this amazing book did Catfish Alley chronicles the lives of various Southern women, who are smart, intelligent and pi...

  5. says:

    Although this book was compared to The Help I m glad it was so muchBryant did a good job giving realistic portrayal of black characters, they were three dimensional and honestly appeared to be concerned about them and how they were portrayed The only similarities between this book and The Help are they re both written by white authors about black experiences in the South during segregation I would read another book by Lynne Bryantnot so much by Kathyrn Stockett as I don t think she s Although this book was compared to The Help I m glad it was so muchBryant did a good job giving realistic portrayal of black characters,...

  6. says:

    Where do I begin This book was absolutely amazing Well written Tons of twists and turns It made me angry, happy, sad, frustrated, and joyful The entire book took me on an emotional journey I loved the relationships that developed between Grace, Adelle, and Roxanne I am happy that Rita and Roxanne became the best of friends Ola Mae and Mattie were hilarious Zero s character was brilliant and so was Junior s I totally despised Ray Tanner, Del Tanner, and the other KKK members YUCK Whe Where ...

  7. says:

    This is the debut novel by southern author Lynne Bryant The story takes place in Clarksville, Mississippi in the present, but flashes back to the 1930 s when being black and living in the south was a dangerous combination It is primarily about Roxanne, a middle aged woman, member of the junior league and restorer of antebellum homes who reluctantly finds herself in charge of developing an historical tour of Af...

  8. says:

    This book starts with Junior Leaguer Roxanne, who has spent her life hiding her background, agreeing to investigate the possibility of an African American historical tour for The League in a small town in Mississippi Resistance comes from all directions blacks and whites.The book kept me interested through the 300 pages New friendships and the heart aching stories discovered while Roxanne researches the past of the town were the magnet drawing me in.The ending seemed to come on too quickly w This book starts with Junior Leaguer Roxanne, who has spent her life hiding her background, agreeing to investigat...

  9. says:

    this is no The Help but it is interesting not a page turner but interesting enough to keep me reading course that doesn t take much.

  10. says:

    A couple of months ago I visited Mississippi to see some friends in Jackson and to attend my 20th high school reunion at the Mississippi School for Mathematics Science in Columbus When in Jackson, I stopped by Lemuria, my old stompin grounds and one of the best damned bookstores in the country, to pick up an audio book to listen to on my road trip to Columbus, and while there, a bookseller told me about Catfish Alley by Lynne Bryant, which is set in Columbus and reminiscent of Kathryn St A couple of months ago I visited Mississippi to see some friends in Jackson and to attend my 20th high school reunion at the Mississippi School for Mathematics Science in Columbus When in Jackson, I stopped by Lemuria, my old stompin grounds and one of the best damned bookstores in the country, to pick up an audio book to listen to on my road trip to Columbus, and while there, a bookseller told me about Catfish Alley by Lynne Bryant, which is set in Columbus and reminiscent of Kathryn Stockett s runaway bestseller, The Help The book shuttles back and forth between 2002 a...

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