by Fannie Flagg
January 13, 2014
The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion is Fannie Flagg’s newest novel. I love this novel. I think everyone should read it.
Fannie Flagg’s memorable characters and her great storytelling blending of history and the present day makes you almost unaware of learning about the strength of the women of World War II and the strength within all women.
Flagg writes beautifully about the proud history of Polish American immigrants, women joining the workplace during WWII and the service of Womens Airforce Service Pilots (WASP). Fannie Flagg has made me fall in love with her characters.
I loved this book that I recommended it to my mother and she loved it too.
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