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by Fannie Flagg
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Kell's Reading Realm
Kell's Reading Realm rated it 3 years ago
This was my bookclub's June selection and my first Fannie Flagg. I really like her style of writing. It's a very good book! The subject matter was very interesting and I couldn't wait to turn the page to find out more. I've seen the movie Fried Green Tomatoes based on another of her books and it was...
Brenna M's Book Blog
Brenna M's Book Blog rated it 4 years ago
The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion Fannie Flagg Paperback, 384 pages Published July 29th 2014 by Random House Trade Paperbacks (first published 2013) ISBN: 0812977173 (ISBN13: 9780812977172) I enjoyed finding another Fannie Flagg novel, and finishing it. The author put a little bit of hi...
Books, Books and More Books
Books, Books and More Books rated it 6 years ago
THE ALL-GIRL FILLING STATION’S LAST REUNION by Fannie Flagg Flagg has moved from the South to Pulaski, Wisconsin for her tale of an immigrant family and the four daughters who take it upon themselves to run the family filling station and take up flying fighter planes during World War II. But never f...
Kathryn Lively, Reader
Kathryn Lively, Reader rated it 6 years ago
For the most part, Fannie Flagg's books follow a certain formula. Typically one major protagonist is a middle-aged woman experiencing some kind of upheaval (marital, emotional, familial) and one supporting player is an elderly woman who is either a lovable, eccentric hoot or a cranky 'looney toon'. ...
Kathryn Lively, Reader
Kathryn Lively, Reader rated it 6 years ago
2.5 / 3 starsFor the most part, Fannie Flagg's books follow a certain formula. Typically one major protagonist is a middle-aged woman experiencing some kind of upheaval (marital, emotional, familial) and one supporting player is an elderly woman who is either a lovable, eccentric hoot or a cranky 'l...
If These Books Could Talk
If These Books Could Talk rated it 6 years ago
Superb right down to the last word. How Flagg manages to write such emotional stories without resorting to schmaltz or hackneyed clichés I'll never know. An excellent novel full of strong, funny women (and a few men), from the shy wall-flower type to the out-and-out whackos and not one of them annoy...
The Chocolate Lady's Book Reviews
The Chocolate Lady's Book Reviews rated it 7 years ago
How many authors do you know who can make you laugh and cry at the same time? But that's Fanny Flagg! You can read my revised review of this book here https://tcl-bookreviews.com/2014/04/07/flying-into-the-clouds-of-her-history/
KatieMc
KatieMc rated it 7 years ago
I watched more television in the 1970s than I care to admit to my book reading friends. It made an impression on me. I did not entirely understand everything that I watched, but sometimes I knew there was more than the what the canned laugh tracks might have implied. One of those impressionable show...
EricaO
EricaO rated it 7 years ago
This was one of those that came across my desk and piqued my interest. While it wasn't quite what I think I'd expected (not that I remember what I'd expected), it was enjoyable.Sookie.I know this woman. I know several versions of this woman and while I understand how these women are made and why the...
Beamis12
Beamis12 rated it 7 years ago
Sookie has just managed to get all her daughters married and is looking forward to some time for herself, maybe to read a book. I can sympathize. Her mother, who is loosing it mentally, and is a character to boot, has other ideas. Sookie finds out her family history is not what she thought it was an...
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