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Thale's Folly
Thale's Folly
Author: Dorothy Gilman
At the request of his father, New York City novelist Andrew Thale tackles an odd assignment--to check out an old family property in Massachusetts, neglected since Aunt Harriet Thale's death years ago. But far from being deserted, Thale's Folly, as Andrew discovers, is fully inhabited--by a quartet of charming squatters, former "guests" of kindhe...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780449003657
ISBN-10: 0449003655
Publication Date: 2/29/2000
Pages: 224
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 47 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A delightful, goofy book! Full of oddballs who find themselves together due to strange circumstances, this book reminds you of what the true definition of "family" is!
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A stand-a-lone book from the usual Mrs. Pollifax series, but still t;ypical Dorothy Gilmore style. A book filled with wacky characters and fast action, but just as you foresee a happy ever after ending there's a where did that come from story twist!
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This is a great little story of a disenchanted young man sent to check out property for his father. He meets some wonderful characters on this property who end up helping him to believe in himself once more.