Silly little book of fluff....definitely does not portray true Southern ladies, as the use of the F-word was tiring. Really, can't authors and screen writers get through a book or movie without peppering that word throughout?
I enjoyed this book immensely. I found myself laughing out loud and rooting for and even feeling sorry for the main characters. A great read if you want to remember what it feels like to have the type of friends that are there for you no matter what, no matter how far away. Definitely worth the wait on the WL.
LINDA M. reviewed The Sweet Potato Queens' First Big-Ass Novel: Stuff We Didn't Actually Do, but Could Have, and May Yet on + 4 more book reviews
I loved this book. It was very funny and almost convinced me to be a "Sweet Potato Queen Wannabe". You never know, I might be in the parade some day! I just received The Sweet Potato Queens' Guide to Life and am eager to read it!
This is one of those books like The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood is, where you root for the heroines and revel in the sense of camaraderie and friendship. You also laugh your big ass off, too. Theres plenty of that.
Kathleen F. (kdfarr) reviewed The Sweet Potato Queens' First Big-Ass Novel: Stuff We Didn't Actually Do, but Could Have, and May Yet on
I'm always leary of books requiring southern accents, but this reader carries it off beautifully. The story moves along briskly and kept me entertained. Suspend reality and enjoy the adventure... it's a lot of fun!
Greta S. reviewed The Sweet Potato Queens' First Big-Ass Novel: Stuff We Didn't Actually Do, but Could Have, and May Yet on + 300 more book reviews
Purchased new - read once, autographed to me by the author, Jill Conner Browne. Book concerning the infamous Sweet Potato Queens (with this aside - "Stuff we didn't actually do, but could have, and may yet.)