Thursday, May 19, 2016

I Still Dream About You / Fannie Flagg 590 p.

An aging former Miss Alabama looks to have everything-- she can still turn heads, owns a lovely condo, has a successful career, and depression.  Her real estate office is in the dumps with the housing depression.  She has lost her best friend and optimistic boss.  She even makes a list of reasons why to jump in the river.  She plans a graceful exit that keeps getting postponed; first by her best friend Brenda wanting to see the Whirly Dervishes, then has to save the crown jewel house in Birmingham from the wrecking ball, and, and, and.  The scene with the goat is not to be missed.

I Still Dream About You / Fannie Flagg 590 p.

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