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Milk Glass Moon by Adriana Trigiani
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Mar 30, 11

bookshelves: chick-lit, novel, virginia
Read in August, 2003

The third installment of the Big Stone Gap series finds Ave Maria Mulligan dealing with her daughter Etta's teenage years. The first time I read this book, I was at roughly the same place in my life as Etta was at the end of the book, so it was by far my favorite of book of the series on the first read through. However this time I'm not in similar place in my life to either Ave Maria or Etta and, while I still liked it, it didn't seem to have the direct relevance that the first two did. My overly strong personal attachment to the series aside, Trigiani keeps the story of the Blue Ridge mountain girl originally from Italy alive with the familiar characters of the past, but with a slightly surprising twist at the end.
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