More Tales of the City
Publish date: January 1989
Publisher: Transworld Publ
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Tales of the City (#2)
AudibleA soap opera with a high addiction potential. I've never thought that a novel about MANY different people who continuously bump into each other - it is a small world, my friends - could be so entertaining. But it looks like I can't have enough of [a:Armistead Maupin|10022|Armistead Maupin|htt...
I sometimes watch Chinese dramas / soap operas with my mother, and I always marvel (in a baffled sort of way) that in as large a city as portrayed in the show, all the characters in the story are inevitably and inexplicably intertwined in their relationships: personal, social, professional, etc. -- ...
the more i read the more i just want to move to san francisco and live at 28 barbary lane with all these characters! enjoyed the mystery element in this one as well.
Call it 3.5 stars, I'm a little torn.It's a breezy and in the year 2011, dated slice-of-life novel set in 1976 San Fransisco. I think it's of some small importance to remember that this novel (as well as the next three in the series) were originally published regularly as a newspaper serial. I think...
still pretty superficial, although really readable. i think i need to read this series as a soap opera. this one was complete with paralysis and amnesia and all the rest. the only difference is this has some lgbtq characters in it. i'm not overly excited but i'll keep reading; it's enjoyable eno...