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The Explosive Novel That Introduced 1 New York Times Bestselling Author Terry McMillan Now In A New Trade Edition.


10 thoughts on “Mama

  1. Nakia Nakia says:

    My opinion has changed a lot about this book over the years I am very shocked that I read this at 12 years old and was not traumatized by it , and I now completely understand why my mother side eyed me and begrudgingly allowed me to read her copy back then.I think McMillan did a great job for this to be her first novel, though it s obvious that her writing strengthened with Disappearing Acts and Waiting to Exhale Lot of tough and heavy themes, and spunky dialogue Kinda perfect for a book clu My opinion has changed a lot about this book over the years I am very shocked that I read this at 12 years old and was not traumatized by it , and I now completely understand why my mother side eyed me and begrudgingly allowed me to read her copy back then.I think McMillan did a great job for this to be her first novel, though it s obvious that her writing strengthened with Disappearing Acts and Waiting to Exhale Lot of tough and heavy themes, and spunky dialogue Kinda perfect fo...


  2. Michelle Robinson Michelle Robinson says:

    The family portrayed here made me feel bad, made me wish for better but certainly felt very real I think these are people we all know They may be members of our families I have 3 copies of this book Accidentally, I loaned o...


  3. Kari Kari says:

    this is one of my favorite books i have read this at least five times since 1995 and now own it in hardcover i love the characters and how the author does a great job at creating real emotions and situations for this family and their dynamics i think terry mcmillan s best work


  4. Camille Camille says:

    As a huge McMillan fan, I m surprised to be the last it seems to read this awesome book Wonderful character and setting development Of all of her novels, this most deserves movie adaption.I will keep my fingers crossed


  5. Jo Jo says:

    My Mum bought this for me in 92 when she was at Hillcroft college I remember it was an quick read in terms of pace and a slice of harsh reality in terms of ambition and attainment of creating a better life as a woman on her own The sacrifices, the costs to the soul the choices we make I remember being grateful of my Mum, failings included, and mindful of her struggles in getting us where we were I went on to read Disappearing Acts and Waiting to Exhale and whilst these novels were of the sa My Mum bought this for me in 92 when she was at Hillcroft college I remember it was an quick read in terms of pace and a slice of harsh reality in terms of ambition and attainment of creating a better life as a woman on her own The sacrifices, the costs to the soul the choices we make I remember being grateful of my Mum, failings included, and mindful of her struggles in getting us where we were I went on to read Disappearing Acts and Waiting to Exhal...


  6. Pamm Pamm says:

    Mama Mildred Peacock, proud black woman She s broke Lives in a poverty stricken neighborhood in a broken down house After a violent fight, she puts out her no good violently abusive husband And rightly so, because even though he didn t have a job, he kept a mistress Mama is 27 with 5 children I loved this book as it was Terry McMillan first novel It was the hottest book back in the day being read by so many Also, though this is a sad situation, Mama is portrayed as one who struggle Mama Mildred Peacock, proud black woman She s...


  7. Letoya Letoya says:

    I started reading this book in grade school, after I finding it in the school library, but never finished It wasn t until a few years later that I picked it up again, after my brother brought it home from school I went out, bought my own copy and then passed it around to my mom and sister We all took something from the story and enjoyed it s...


  8. Nyss Nyss says:

    Terry McMillan is one of my favorite writers This book is honest and raw All men should actually read this The feelings of women can t behonest than this.This is the second time I have read the book but I never got bored I still devoured every word.The thing with McMillan is that her novels are written in such a way that makes you feel like you are having a heart to heart conversation with the characters.She does not care about punctuation or grammar or words She writes the words the Terry McMillan is one of my favorite writers This book is honest and raw All men should actually read this The feelings of women can t behonest than this...


  9. Elise Elise says:

    This is the first Terry McMillan book I have read, and it will likely be the last I get it that poverty is a vicious cycle and that it perpetuates ignorance and severely limits people s choices in life, but I couldn t stand any of these characters I was especially bothered with the title character, Mama, who is...


  10. Myi& Myi& says:

    It s not for me to enjoy Terry McMillan I have tried, and I have found that she is like a person who is telling you a story about people you don t care to know at all When the story is over, you feel like you have wasted your time listening or reading in this case to a story abo...