Pomodori verdi fritti al caffè di Whistle Stop
Publish date: March 1st 2010
Pages no: 363
Edition language: Italian
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This is an all-time classic in lesbian romance. In fact, it can just be termed as an all-time classic. It is a truly dazzling work of non-linear narrative – one of the most difficult types of writing to carry off. Read the full review @ https://www.bestlesficreviews.com/2019/01/fried-green-tomatoes-...
"Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe" is a beautiful story of friendship, family, and love that has stood the test of time. Fannie Flagg has succeeded in creating characters with the depth and warmth that make them feel like part of the family. The storyline occasionally slows, but the ene...
When I was about 13 or 14, my grandma had the movie. I absolutely loved it! A few years after, I found the book. I was so excited when I bought it. After all, I loved the movie and of course they always say that the book was better than the movie...I doubted it! I was wrong to an extent... Not quite...
The problem most of the time is the book is better than the movie. In this case, I found the movie to be better than the book. I think the fact that book jumped around a lot made it a bit hard to follow. And the ending was definitely bittersweet with so many characters who had lived with each othe...
(I got this one from NPR's 100 Best Beach Books Ever).Although I knew that this book was beloved by many queer women, I always thought it was because a same-sex love story could be "read into" Idgie's and Ruth's friendship. I saw the movie as a kid and at the time accepted "friendship" as a believab...