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The Days of Anna Madrigal | Armistead Maupin | Review

By at January 19, 2014 | 6:52 pm | 0 Comment


My rating: 5 of 5 stars It was in 1992 that I first discovered the joys of ‘Tales of the City’. I can’t recall if I watched the brilliant channel 4 program first or read the books. I have a very annoying habit of watching the tv with the sound down and music on and I remember doing this with ‘Tales of the City’ whilst I was living and working in a hotel in

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More Tales Of The City

By at March 29, 2013 | 12:18 pm | 0 Comment

The wonderful and clever thing about these books and dvds is how Armistead managed to weave all the characters together. This season is when Mary Anne gets left some dosh by Edgar Halcyon and takes 'Mouse' on a cruise. It's a great storyline, when she meets the far to perfect Burke and becomes a slooth, yet again to try and find out the truth about what happened to him

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Further Tales of City

By at March 29, 2013 | 12:16 pm | 0 Comment

This season was a bit different to the last two, as it had new story lines written for it that were not actually in the book! Ie Mother Mucca introducing Mrs Madrigal to a chap and a story for Connie Bradshaw. The story focuses mainly on De De and her time at Jonestown and how they got out just in time. There is a strange man living in a hut who bewitches Prue and

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