Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

More like a big, sloppy wet kiss to Greenwich Village than anything as mundane and unromantic as a novel: Trigiani's fourth (after Milk Glass Moon, 2002, etc.) starts off in extremely unpromising territory but thankfully doesn't stick with it for long.Narrator Kit is a flighty writer of universally rejected plays and an occasional journalist who lives in the Village and is given to mundane ... Read full review

Review: Lucia, Lucia: A Novel (Ballantine Reader's Circle)

Editorial Review - - Melissa Morgan

Adriana Trigiani, author of the hugely popular BIG STONE GAP trilogy, returns with a muchanticipated standalone novel, LUCIA, LUCIA. Set in 1950s New York City, LUCIA, LUCIA is a tale far removed from Trigiani's familiar rural Blue Ridge Mountain setting so lovingly portrayed in BIG STONE GAP, but it is, in its own way, a love letter to a unique time and place as only Trigiani can write. LUCIA ... Read full review

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