• Fannie Flagg has long perfected a recipe for whimsical tales of the Southern sisterhood

    Emma Hagestadt, Independent
  • It's clear that Maggie, who grew up in an apartment above a movie theater, deserves a bright Technicolor ending. Readers will root for her to get one

    Washington Post
  • A golden-girl romp every bit as eccentric as it sounds...there is something touching about her plucky, world-weary survivors that has us rooting for them all the way

  • This deliciously indulgent novel is as charming as Scarlet O'Hara and as comforting as a mug of cocoa

    Easy Living
  • Flagg is a consummate storyteller


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