Original Material ©1995 Lorna Landvik; (P) and ©1996 HighBridge Company
"Fun and funny, spiked with tragedy and sad times." (USA Today)
"Patty Jane's House of Curl has the emotional warmth of Lake Wobegon and the tender/tough female characters who populated Fried Green Tomatoes... A unique story." (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
I had previously read this book and loved it so much that I decided to revisit it in audio format. Loved it just as much the second time around.
I thoroughly enjoyed the simple but engaging story of two sisters from their early twenties through the following twenty years falling in love and suffering personal tragedy and even though they are deeply flawed people and have times of losing one another, in the end they struggle through together and show that you don' have to have a perfect life to have a full life as long as you got your family.
This was a great story and made all the better by the narration. They characters were believable and really likeable. I would like to read or listen to more books by this author.
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