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The Owl and Moon Cafe

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  • Posted July 12, 2014

    Should have been 5 stars! Great title and cafe draw readers in.

    Should have been 5 stars!
    Great title and cafe draw readers in.  Unfortunately, none of the characters really resonate as TRUE.
    Allegra, supposed to be this strong and free spirit, drags her fear of disclosing the father of her child to annoying depths.
    Mariah is mostly a whining drag - it becomes harder and harder to figure why ANY guy would still be attracted to either of these two.
    Gammy's mostly an ill timed downer.  And, Lindsay, who should be the Star of the Show to rally folks around, instead totally lets us down.Billed as this compassionate animal lover, she does absolutely nothing when her truly bummer ex-friend decides to suffocate living animals.Yes, crickets ARE small animals, just as humans are big ones.  Still worse is the gratuitous tacked on letting go of the leash near traffic and nearly killing a beautiful dog ending.  Totally not needed and why stupid Fergus did not simply take Theodora in his arms and walk back to Sco
    Scotland is a mystery. What a let down from such a promising start.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2012

    The best book I have read this summer!!!

    The Owl and Moon Cafe is a well written story about mother daughter relationships. I ran the gamut of emotions with this story. I laughed, cried, became angry, and sad and happy. This story is so believable and the charcters are very "real." I will re-read this novel in the winter.

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  • Posted April 18, 2011

    Could not put this book down!

    This was the first book I have read by this author and I loved everything about it. The characters were really well done and so was the story line. You will be both laughing and crying at the trials and tribulations that all the women in this book experience. Enjoy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2006

    and i thought my family was dysfunctional!

    I just loved this book. I've never read anything by Jo-Ann Mapson before and now I'll have to read all her books. She has created the best characters in this book. You love and hate them all...but mostly you'll just fall in love with all of them.

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