Michael Tolliver Lives
Publish date: June 18th 2007
Pages no: 277
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
Series: Tales of the City (#7)
at first i was a little annoyed with the voice this was written in, but by the end it was a nice change from the others in the series.
Revisiting on audio 2/2011This has apparently become one of my go-to audio books. Revisiting on audio 9/2010This has become my favorite of all the Tales of the City books. It's such a lovely meditation on aging and love and one's logical family that it rises above the hijinks of the rest of the seri...
This was like coming home to something very familiar and loved. This last novel in Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City series closes the cycle in a much better way than Sure of You did. No bitter taste, just closure. We meet up with Micheal Tolliver, HIV survivor who didn't expect to live this long...
I first read the Tales of the City series back around 1990-91; I took all six books in fairly close succession, and I absolutely loved them. For most of the 1990's, I would re-read them all every year or two; they're all pretty fast reads, and it was like a reunion with old friends every time.Maupin...
Each book in the Tales of the City series is like a letter from an old friend. This book is slower and more autumnal than the previous books, but it's still a satisfying end to the series.