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The discord that can happen in a family around the time of a parent's death is universal. It goes hand-in-hand with the complication of personal grief management.
Also universal is the competition that comes into play whenever the death involves any possibility of the transfer of wealth.
But in In Memory of Junior, it all takes a humorous spin. The borrowing and moving of tombstones, the f This is one I would read over and over, again and again.
The borrowing and moving of tombstones, the failed suicide attempt of an ornery uncle, and the bravado of a teenager who survives a plane crash with cages of rattlesnakes will leave you shaking your head and saying, "Only in the South!
The characters are alive. The plot is so complicated as to be NEARLY convoluted, but still comprehendable.
The delicate balance of the relationships create a spider web with a few questions left unanswered at the end of the book.
Pure genius. Spoiler Alert for anyone dumb enough to read this book: Hey, you know how authors make every chapter a different character?
Yeah, me, too. It has been done so well by so many writers. This, however, was not one of those occasions. Note to author: don't build up a character as some sort of old wise fun hero type guy and then drop a bomb that he tried to rape the gay out of his sister's lover but was caught seconds before he could and then have the dumbass sister walk in, scold him, and then hug hi Spoiler Alert for anyone dumb enough to read this book: Hey, you know how authors make every chapter a different character?
Note to author: don't build up a character as some sort of old wise fun hero type guy and then drop a bomb that he tried to rape the gay out of his sister's lover but was caught seconds before he could and then have the dumbass sister walk in, scold him, and then hug him goodbye.
And if you must do it to further your sorry plot, don't just gloss over it like it's nothing. Not okay. Aug 03, David Gramley rated it liked it.
This is my fifth Clyde Edgerton book, and while it is good , it is not my favorite. I found the random characters hard to follow, as each new chapter was in a voice of a different character.
I was constantly looking back to the family tree to figure out who was who. However, putting that aside, this book has some great stories embedded throughout.
The snakes on the plane is so funny. And those random characters, well, they are each unique and memorable, and for me, being from North Carolina, som This is my fifth Clyde Edgerton book, and while it is good , it is not my favorite.
And those random characters, well, they are each unique and memorable, and for me, being from North Carolina, some are frightenly familiar.
We each have an Uncle Grove somewhere in our family, and Wilma is like a neighbor each of us knows. On to my sixth Edgerton book when I need to read something southern and funny and a lot about nothing.
Jul 30, Kristi Lamont rated it really liked it. Because to me, it was painfully sad and true, a look at a time and a place that is dying off with the grandparents and older of the parents of my generation of Southerners, black and white.
Mama would have shelled peas through a tornado. I told a friend I remember trying to read this book back shortly after in came out, in the s, and finding it condescending and hard to follow.
But I do now. View 2 comments. Aug 13, Frida Dillenbeck rated it liked it. I totally enjoyed this quick romp through small town life in the south.
I found myself laughing out loud due to Gloria the practical nurse, Bill the crazy eyed grave digger and Jimmy the snake charmer.
Worth a read if you grew up in a southern small town. Jul 14, Lawanda rated it it was amazing. It may not be for everyone but I love this writer and this book.
These are not my people, but oh so close. Nov 13, Melissa ownsbey rated it did not like it. Jun 08, Nancy rated it liked it.
I like Clyde Edgerton. He does lovely Southern dialect it isn't quite Louisiana, but then it's not meant to be and he is very, very good at bringing out both the intrinsic goodness of his characters and their inability to see another point of view.
And quite often that's the center of his novels: a pivotal character beginning to recognize that the Way We've Always Done It isn't necessarily the One Best Way.
In Memory of Junior has those ingredients. And I liked those ingredients. But overall, I I like Clyde Edgerton. But overall, I have to say, this is not his best work.
In Memory of Junior is about a complicated family - a couple who have each been married before, have children by those marriages, and are now dying.
Depending on who dies first, one of the stepchildren is going to inherit land worth millions of dollars. The unfolding drama is narrated by everyone from the Fullers who visit the sick for fun to the guy who delivers tombstones - ultimately, too many narrators, and a drama with too many subplots.
He wanted the memory of brilliance in motion to be his way of saying farewell without saying good-bye. There will never be his equal.
He will be greatly missed. Marvin is Survived By WIFE of 53 years Ruby Junior; BROTHER Jack Dabon Pam ; SIX CHILDREN: Faye Jones Vincent , Marvin Junior, Jr.
White, Doris Allison, Ernestine Allison, Lorenzo Allison, Linda T. Adams, Albert Juniel, Leonard and Donna Juniel, and Leatrice; special family friend, Anita Estell, Esq.
Our Loving Memory of Marvin Junior of The Dells. Marvin Junior. His Professional Life and The Mighty Dells As a teenager, he helped form the musical group which would become The Dells, and which performed for over six decades, sold millions of records, and is considered the most enduring and endearing vocal group in music history.
A Special Note Junior was known for his unbridled candor, honesty, fairness, humor, fun-loving nature, and being a down-to-earth, genuine gent.
Top Next. Hear Marvin Junior. The family of the late Marvin Junior, the incomparable baritone voice of The Dells, invites all to share memories or offer personal expressions on how the man with the greatest voice in the world touched and warmed your hearts and souls Junior's Family Press Release Marvin Junior's Obituary download Contact.
Junior, Lead Singer of The Mighty Dells, Memories Website - Contact US: fans themightydellsmarvinjunior. Die Aktionspackung der folgenden Marken nehmen an dem Gewinnspiel teil: kinder Riegel, kinder Schokolade, kinder Bueno, kinder Country, kinder Schoko-Bons, duplo, hanuta und Yogurette.
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