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The Gumbeaux Sistahs

By: Jax Frey
Narrated by: Valerie Rogers
Length: 7 hrs and 46 mins

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"A bowl of my Mama's gumbo and a little wine will solve any problem you've got," said every single Gumbeaux Sistah ever. Five, fiery, Southern women wage a hilarious war against the problems of one of their deep-in-trouble sisters using their improbable friendships, evil-genius schemes, oh-so-numerous cocktails, and a shared passion for good gumbo. 

When southern artist, Judith Lafferty, loses her long-time, prestigious museum job to a smarmy, do-nothing younger man, she finds herself devastated, alone in her middle age, and on the brink of financial disaster. Enter the incomparable Gumbeaux Sistahs, who deliver day-old coffee to her front door as a ploy, then go on to kidnap her, feed her excellent gumbo, and come up with outrageous solutions to her problems. 

Their motives are just good excuses to drink wine, have a great time, argue over whose mother makes the best gumbo, and, most of all, help a sister out. Any challenges that face the over 50 crowd don't stand a chance against these five resourceful ladies. The Gumbeaux Sistahs has many twists and laugh-out-loud moments as well as some truly heart-wrenching ones too. It's a heart-warming, smart story of friendship and unexpected shenanigans that you do not want to miss. 

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  • 05-08-2020

Difficult to listen to .

The performance is dry and irritating. The writing is simple with weak character development. It was a narrative that I could not warm up to.