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Jetta Carleton (1913-1999) moved from Holden, Missouri, to New York City to work as a television copywriter for national advertising agencies. Her widely beloved New York Times bestseller The Moonflower Vine was, until now, her only published novel.
For me it was a five star as I enjoy reading novels about families and how they evolve. The different facets of the family members at times brought out many emotions.Published 1 month ago by lynne martin
I own Moonflower Vine. I bought this copy to give to a friend. This is, without question, one of my all time favorite books. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Yiayia Janet
I read this book several years ago and was happy to see it for kimdle. I'm enjoying it just as much the second time around.Published 2 months ago by Book lover
This is an 'old' book. 1963 (I think) publication date. It was a Reader's Digest condensed book years ago and I seem to remember reading it then. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MsMerricat
A story about a family and their triumphs
& struggles. I liked the 3rd person narrative of each of the family members.
Choosing a word to describe the mood was really impossible because there were so many twists. Some were dark, while others were hopeful, nostalgic and just down right mournful. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Donna I. G.
This book was set in the late 1800's, early 1900's but the characters have the same thoughts, problems, passions, fears, and hopes that we all have today. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ordinary Consumer
Beautiful writing; wretched character development; predictable story line. Nice book to give to someone recuperating from surgery.Published 5 months ago by Patty Lee