I Still Dream about You

Fannie Flagg
Hiding her unhappiness from those who believe she has a perfect life, former beauty queen Maggie has an unexpected change of circumstances that leads to surprising discoveries and valuable lessons in friendship. By the best-selling author of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café.


Reviewed: 2018-07-29

I truly hate to give this review. I love Fannie Flagg. She was the first author I assocaited with pure feel-good fiction. but this title was absolutely not one of her better works. The overall book had a disjointed feel to it. It seemed to take a long time to get to the end. This type of read leaves me craving something of substance, like a Vonnegut book. I have no issue with sontemporary fiction, although much of the newer stuff is lame in its attempt to be literature. It gives little to think about or remember once we put the book down. This leads the pack of mindless reads. I would still pick up a Flagg book solely on my opinion of her other books, but another one like this and I might just never read her again. Two and a half stars - just because it's Fannie Flagg and I know what she was once capable of. 

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