You Know Better: A Novel by Tina AnsaYou Know Better: A Novel by Tina Ansa

You Know Better: A Novel

byTina Ansa

Paperback | January 7, 2003

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As the tiny town of Mulberry, Georgia, celebrates its spring Peach Blossom Festival, things are far from peachy for three generations of Pines women.

Eighteen-year-old LaShawndra, who wants nothing more out of life than to dance in a music video, has messed up again -- but this time she isn't sticking around to hear about it. Not that her mother seems to care: Sandra is too busy working on her career and romancing a local minister to notice. It's LaShawndra’s grandmother Lily Paine Pines who is out scouring the streets at midnight looking for her granddaughter. But Lily discovers she is not alone. A ghost of a well-known Mulberry pioneer is coming out of the shadows.

Over the course of one weekend, these three disparate women, guided by the wisdom of three unexpected spirits, will learn to face the pain of their lives and discover that with reconciliation comes the healing they all desperately seek. You Know Better brilliantly portrays the fissures in modern African American family life to reveal the indestructible soul that bonds us all.

As the tiny town of Mulberry, Georgia, celebrates its spring Peach Blossom Festival, things are far from peachy for three generations of Pines women.Eighteen-year-old LaShawndra, who wants nothing more out of life than to dance in a music video, has messed up again -- but this time she isn't sticking around to hear about it. Not that h...
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Title:You Know Better: A NovelFormat:PaperbackPublished:January 7, 2003Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060512466

ISBN - 13:9780060512460

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“A deep spiritual undercurrent runs through all of Ansa’a fiction, creating a seemless connection between history and the here and now, between the mystical and the mundane.” (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)