Standing in the Rainbow (Ballantine Reader's Circle)
by Fannie Flagg
Kindle Edition-

Good news! Fannie’s back in town--and the town is among the leading characters in her new novel.

Along with Neighbor Dorothy, the lady ...

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  "Standing in the Rainbow" by jpr1506 (see profile) 08/30/09

Started in the 1940s and went through to the 1990s in a small town in Missouri; fairly realistic life for an upper middle class family that somehow (the radio show) ended up connected with all sorts of people. I enjoyed Neighbor Dorothy and Mother Smith; and ALL the people in the book. Funny and quirky people, expecially 'Poor Tot'. I could relate to lots of them.

 
  "Standing in the Rainbow" by nschubbe (see profile) 08/31/09

Fun, light read, about life in a small town through several generations.

 
  "Interesting" by lindseyschmidt (see profile) 12/29/09

It was a bit slow, but i loved hearing about the radio show in the living room and the crazy gospel singers. I think it provokes lots of questions about religion, family jobs, and small town life.

 
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  "Standing in the Rainbow" by iluv2nit4u (see profile) 04/29/15

I thought this book was too long, had too many characters and that the story didn\\\'t flow.

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