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This series (at the time being just the first 6 books) was recommended to me when I first came out. Read more
Like all Tales of the City books, this one is great. A fairly quick read and fun if you have read the other books, but I would think a little difficult to understand all of it if... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Daniel C Walsh
I'm a long-term fan of Armistead Maupin and the the characters in this book were akin to seeing long-last friends. It pleases me that they've aged on a similar timeline to me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Kingsbury
Mary Ann comes back home. We are lucky that Armistead Maupin allows his characters to not always be likeable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce Christensen
I loved the characters. They each are unique and become "real people" to you right from the beginning of the story!Published 3 months ago by Dr. Susan Eskridge
While not in the same league as some of Maupin's earlier Tales of the City, this update of a major character is both thoughtful and retrospective.Published 4 months ago by Stephen L. Harris