Big Cherry Holler

Big Cherry Holler

by Adriana Trigiani
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Big Cherry Holler 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 53 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the characters and the story of Ave Maria. This book was so touching and it enjoyed it very much.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I wasn't upset, but what happened to this second book in the trilogy? I can only hope we return to the amazing writing of Big Stone Gap in book three. This one was ok, maybe because I loved returning to a beautiful place and time. I loved the characters returning to make me laugh. These things we're all here in round two but without the heart. The story was ok, I loved visiting Italy and watching Etta grow up. But missed the amazement of Big Stone Gap that kept me on the edge of my seat. I didn't find this had any 'POW' in it. Just a story of a married couple trying to cope with life. Don't worry...I'm on to book three with hopes of loving it as much as the first!
tronagirl More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the first novel, so I was excited about having a the chance to follow up with all the characters from Big Stone Gap. Easy to get involved once again.
book_book More than 1 year ago
I wasn't expecting this to be what it was, and it took me off guard. After Big Stone Gap, I had anticipated something humorous, and certainly less intense. But, once I switched gears and put all my previous notions away, I read this book with the interest and enjoyment that I had hoped for. Trigiani's pacing is excellent, and the emotions she asks us to share are believable and at times thought-provoking. Though I did find the trip to Italy and the man who becomes her almost-lover to be somewhat far fetched, I still liked the book and would recommend it to others.
Sandra-D More than 1 year ago
The characters are alive and kicking in this great follow-up to the first book in this series, Big Stone Gap.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read the whole trilogy in a week ,it is so good I couldnt put it down and read at least 50 pages at one time. I have read most of her other books too ,just going to start 'Roccocco'
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. To me, it was much better than Big Stone Gap. It is a very realistic story about mid-life. Can't wait to see what happens in Milk Glass Moon.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Big Cherry Holler' is yet another fun filled adventure into the 'Gap' and into the lives of some great characters! I found myself loathing the 'other woman' (hussy) from Coeburn, my heart aching for a family that's lost a child, cheering on Ave Maria to make the right decisions, and laughing hysterically when it all comes together at the end! I loved this book!
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This book is excellent...it is the second book in this author's trilogy...I recommend reading Big Stone Gap first though....I loved all of her books that I have read so far!
Reader826SF More than 1 year ago
This author is a great writer and has based her main character on her own background. Thus, she has a fully fleshed-out protagonist for this group of stories based in the mining country of the TN hills. I enjoyed the book very much.
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VirtuousWomanKF More than 1 year ago
4 1/2 Stars!!! I loved this book even more than the first one. Such a great story of marriage and discovery. Adriana Trigiani has such an amazing way of developing the characters so that you feel as if you truly know them. I cannot wait to read the third book in this series, "Milk Glass Moon". 
NahvilleReader More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the first book, and I mostly enjoyed this one. I just found it to be overly sad without the quirkiness I loved in the first one. It was nice to know how things turned out for everyone.
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Adriana Trigiani did a great job with this series. It has a little bit of everything ... relationships between mother and daughter, wife and husband, family and friends. She blends the environment of Appalachia with Italy and Scotland. If you are looking for a wonderful series, you are in for a treat.
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