The Girls of August by Anne Rivers Siddons download in iPad, ePub, pdf
She later became a senior editor for Atlanta magazine. But after one of the women dies, the other three drift apart and the summer vacations are abandoned.
She writes stories that dig deeply into the emotions of the characters and touch on topics that women can relate to. For example, they let us know which features and sections are most popular. Glad I didn't buy this one. The writing is fluid and lovely. The characters were flat, cardboard people I'm not entirely sure where to start with this review, because I almost didn't finish the book.
The characters were flat, cardboard people that Siddons apparently couldn't be bothered to develop. The writing was painfully simple and uninspired. While at Auburn she wrote a column for the student newspaper, The Auburn Plainsman, that favored integration.
Had it taken more than two or three hours to read this book, I would have put it down. The university administration attempted to suppress the column, and ultimately fired her, and the column garnered national attention. Grown women were catty, sarcastic, and downright cruel and bullying to one another. The story itself was jumbled and made no sense.
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