Heir to the Everlasting

<img alt=”Heir To The Everlasting” border=”0″ src=”https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1347641386m/10475005.jpg” />Heir To The Everlasting by 2012 copyright/ Janice Daugharty

My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/825945357″>4 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
Heir to the Everlasting is a book set in southern Georgia and spans the twentieth century. The main character is May Alexander and the book basically tells her life story in two parts. The first half of the book details May’s life and relationship with her maternal grandmother who is known as Pinky. Pinky is a high spirited,independent, non-traditional, take-charge woman. May is raised by her grandmother following her mother’s death and becomes like a little shadow always close at her grandmother’s heels, and so she is known as Little Pinky for much of her youth. The second half of the book surrounds the relationship of an adult May and her granddaughter Sara Ann, whom she is raising.

The first half of the book is filled with lots of characters and I found it hard to keep track of all of them and their relationships to others. At times the book was fast moving only to turn almost deathly slow in sections. The long time period the book spanned was another difficult thing to get used to but I found it interesting to see how the life of May changed so much in her lifetime of almost 100 years.

If you enjoy historical fiction or southern literature you should give this book a try. I found it to be a very unique read.
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