Standing in the Rainbow Paperback
by Fannie Flagg
The time is 1946-2000. The Place is Elmwood Springs, Missouri. World War II has ended. Neighbour Dorothy broadcasts daily from her front room - to an audience across the state - the antics of her wayward son Bobby and adolescent Anna Lee.
It's hard to keep secrets in a community like theirs, but life isn't perfect, and even Neighbour Dorothy has a tragedy as well hidden as it can be.
Into their midst comes the Oatman Family, white Southern Gospel singers who arrive for a pharmaceutical convention, and blow the place away. And then there's Hamm Sparks, a super-salesman everyone likes and trusts; and Charlie Fowler, the poultry king who can see the future in a bucket-to-go; and a wealth of other unforgettable residents.
Not to mention the brand new Three Little Pigs Cafeteria, with its pink neon pig casting a glow over the high street and pointing the way to the future...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 512 pages
- Publisher: Vintage Publishing
- Publication Date: 01/07/2003
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780099448938
- Paperback from £9.69
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Review by qofd
These books are a fun lightweight read but I feel like they lack a complete story.