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Big Stone Gap: A Novel

1 rating: 5.0
A book by Adriana Trigiani

In the town of Big Stone Gap, Virginia, not much happens. The highlight of 35-year-old Ave Maria Mulligan's week comes on Friday, with the arrival of the Bookmobile, the sight of which sends her into raptures. Her favorite book concerns the ancient Chinese … see full wiki

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Author: Adriana Trigiani
Publisher: Ballantine Books
1 review about Big Stone Gap: A Novel

WELL WORTH THE READ

  • Dec 11, 2003
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+5
The book was well written and just chunked full of good characters. Living here in the Ozark Mountains, it was much like reading about many of my neighbors (and must admit, myself).
There is a lot of good humor in the authors writing. I do hope if she write a sequel she introduces us to more characters as this is the strongest part of her writing. All in all a very pleasant read and I highly recommend it. Thank you Ms Trigiani.

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