The good, clean humor. No fowl language.
Abbot and Costello are hilarious.
This is great for nostalgia enthusiasts.
I would recommend this book to anyone with a dark side to their humor.
I just love sister Deb. The way she says exactly what she thinks is hilarious and liberating.
I hated to have to pull myself away from thi book. There is a definite need to know what happens next.
I want more!
I would recommend this book to anyone with a slight sense of the bizzare. The theme is one that will either grip you completely or turn you off. I loved it. Dexter is so intregueing as a character as are all the other characters.
Absolutely! It's hard not to read ahead to find out how it all turns out.
This was the first time to hear Nick Landrum and he did a great job.
This book made me want more!
There are some differences from the book to the TV series so readers who have followed the TV version should be prepared for this. The differences are not too hard to adjust to but they do change the dynamics a bit.
Absolutely yes-the story was well written. A real and believable expose on the lives of southern black maids and their employers.
When Skeeter leaves her satchel at the meeting-you just know the trouble that is going to come.
This was the first time I've heard this narrator and it was very enjoyable - I loved all the characters voices.
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