Fannie Flagg is back with her wonderful storytelling and funny, quirky characters in "The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last
The book moves back and forth between two stories. Fifty-nine year old Sookie Poole accidently discovers that she is adopted. We follow Sookie’s journey in finding her birth mother and family which has some funny up and down moments. Flagg also tells the back story of Sookie's birth family. Along the way, we learn the source of the book’s title and the many important roles women played during World War II.
I am a fan of Fannie Flagg’s books. Her books describe everyday people’s lives with a touch of humor. I highly recommend "The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion" if you love these kind of books.