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Chroniques de San Francisco (Chroniques de San Francisco, #1) - Armistead Maupin, Olivier Weber, Tristan Duverne
Chroniques de San Francisco (Chroniques de San Francisco, #1)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9782264029959 (2264029951)
Publisher: 10/18
Pages no: 381
Edition language: French
Series: Tales of the City (#1)
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Redhead Reading
Redhead Reading rated it
3.0 Tales of the City
A really fast-paced read that started as a newspaper serial that details the lives of the occupants of 28 Barbary Lane in 1970s San Francisco. I kept comparing it to the 44 Scotland Street series, though this is darker. There were a lot of references I did not get--I looked some of them up, but most...
Momster Bookworm
Momster Bookworm rated it
3.0 Tales of the City
I've never watched 'Sex In The City' or 'Ugly Betty', but I know enough about them to equate this book and the entire series to that vein. It's raunchy, gauche, loose, gay, crass even -- in every sense of the word, soap opera-ish! Oh, not to forget scandalous! But it's set in San Francisco in the 19...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
1.0 Tales of The City
bookshelves: north-americas, play-dramatisation, radio-4, winter-20122013, published-1978, glbt, abandoned, next Read on January 31, 2013 BBC Blurb: It's 1976 - San Francisco . Mary Ann Singleton arrives from Cleveland for a vacation . She'shoping for adventure. Decising to stay she needs to find...
Books Read, Not Necessarily Well
Books Read, Not Necessarily Well rated it
4.0 Tales of the City
A pleasure read and very densely woven together for something adapted from a newspaper serial. I can make another check on my ground-breaking-lgbt-literature-to-read list. Months after reading not much still sticks out - the naivete of Mary Ann, her high school girlfriend's trendy apartment, The det...
Anya's Books
Anya's Books rated it
3.0 Tales of the City: A Novel (P.S.)
Loved the writing but the characters were pitiable and I got tired of all the idiocy in which they specialized.
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