Wonderfully southern, sweet, and filled with people I wish I knew. Don't look for huge plot or action or even revelations. Enjoy the good people of small town South and how wonderfully Flagg draws them to express the things we all think, want, and feel.
I didn't find this book very interesting in the beginning but it drew me in and I enjoyed the story very much. Fanny Flagg's books are always a good read if you just want to escape and learn a little something through the experiences of Fanny's characters.
Charming story about a woman who's life seems perfect to everyone else but herself. She decides to do something about it, but life keeps getting in the way of her plans. The story combines humor with a little mystery and even has a "villain". There is a message here for all of us. I think most authors do not do a good job of reading their own material, but Fannie Flagg is wonderful.
I don't care that all her books sound kind of the same. She always writes about strong women and I love that. Flagg's writing makes me smile.
subtly humorous. The "mystery" gets wrapped up nicely. gives a good look at the Civil Rights movement from different perspectives.
Always like her books, though they are getting a tad predictable.
First half was boring to me. I almost gave up. But the middle was pretty interesting. Glad not to give up.
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