Die Frauen von Savannah
Publish date: 2011
Publisher: Kiepenheuer & Witsch
Pages no: 352
Edition language: Deutsch
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
I loved this book!!! Saving CeeCee Honeycutt was one of those books that grabbed me the moment I began to read. I read 200 pages in one sitting. I wanted to join CeeCee and her collection of charming Southern women in Savannah. I never wanted to reach the end of this gem. I do hope that Beth Hoffman...
Quick read but falls short in some parts. I would agree with a few others that this book is more YA rather than adult. I still enjoyed the book.
AudioThis was a sweet book but a little shallow for the plot.I kept expecting to get to the meaty part. Then it just ended. It felt incomplete to me.Oh well, I still enjoyed it.Especially the narrator of the audio version. She was amazing!
12-year-old CeeCee Honeycutt goes to live with her Aunt Tootie in 1960s Georgia after her mentally ill mother dies.All I knew for sure was this: I had been plunked into a strange, perfumed world that, as far as I could tell, seemed to be run entirely by women.There are many things I liked about this...
Cecelia Rose (CeeCee) Honeycutt is only twelve years old when her mother, Camille, dies in a terrible accident in 1967. By then she has been taking care of her psychotic mother for years while her father, a travelling salesman, spends less and less time at home. Camille who was born and raised in Ge...