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Rita Mae Brown's novel "Rubyfruit Jungle" had me laughing out loud by the time I reached page 5.
Futhermore, the simple style is the essence of the book; more complicated wording would not embody the character of Molly nearly as well.
This book deals with lesbianism in a very realistic manner, but at the same time could appeal to heterosexual women and men of all types.
One of the best books in have read. Iaughed and cried . A book that stays with you.Published 7 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Honestly I just did not enjoy this book that much contrary to everything it has been hyped to be from the lesbian community. Glad I read it but it was a bit of a struggle. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tracy R. Hall
This was the kind of book you can begin and finish within a week. It's a satisfying meal of something exotic... you feel almost full, but just not quite. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bailey
I wanted to read this book because it's thought of as one of the first books about lesbians to be widely read. I guess I was surprised that it was not more surprising to me. Read morePublished 5 months ago by smace
I love this book's subject matter and the author's writing style! I'm not done reading but I love what I'm seeing so far.Published 5 months ago by valencia