Standing in the Rainbow

Standing in the Rainbow

[a Novel]

Paperback - 2003
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The author of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Caf presents a big, juicy middle-American apple pie of a book, sometimes tart but mostly sweet (Los Angeles Times) that chronicles the lives of a small town's colorful denizens from 1946 to the present.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2003, c2002.
Edition: First mass market edition
ISBN: 9780804119351
080411935X
Characteristics: 529 pages ;,18 cm.

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NanCcan
May 21, 2017

She does an okay job of describing life in small town America, but when does the story start? This is the second book I read from the Elmwood Series (probably should be read before "Welcome to the World, Baby Girl") I gave up 1/4 of the way through (even after skipping to future chapters and reading a few pages of each). I'm done with Fannie Flagg.

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Elizaanne
Feb 28, 2010

Read this twice. This one has to do with the lives of the residents of Elmwood. Their lives from childhood to adulthood. Highly recommend.

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simonsnickers
Mar 09, 2008

The characters in this book come alive and you really do care about them. For anyone who grew up in a small town, or anyone who didn't! Great vacation reading.

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