Monday, December 10, 2012
And The Collier County Women's Literary Society
Amy Hill Hearth
Dora, a divorced postal worker, shares her story about a book club started by the misfits in her community. They read books, but it's way more than just a book club. They become friends and stand together to fight the injustice of a southern town in the 60s.
I loved this book. It was funny, cheesy, and at times over the top. But for some reason it seemed to work. The characters were believable, for the most part. The story could have happened in any small southern town in the 60s. And yet there was just a tad more to make it completely improbable. Normally I don't go for this type of story, but author has a great talent for pulling you into the story and holding you captive. So while not my normal style, it was fun.
I will definitely read more by this author.
I received this book free of charge from Goodreads in exchange for my honest review.