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Big Stone Gap Nestled In The Blue Ridge Mountains Of Virginia, The Tiny Town Of Big Stone Gap Is Home To Some Of The Most Charming Eccentrics In The State Ave Maria Mulligan Is The Town S Self Proclaimed Spinster, A Thirty Five Year Old Pharmacist With A Mountain Girl S Body And A Flat Behind She Lives An Amiable Life With Good Friends And Lots Of Hobbies Until The Fateful Day In 1978 When She Suddenly Discovers That She S Not Who She Always Thought She Was Before She Can Blink, Ave S Fielding Marriage Proposals, Fighting Off Greedy Family Members, Organizing A Celebration For Visiting Celebrities, And Planning The Trip Of A Lifetime A Trip That Could Change Her View Of The World And Her Own Place In It Forever Brimming With Humor And Wise Notions Of Small Town Life, Big Stone Gap Is A Gem Of A Book With A Giant Heart


About the Author: Adriana Trigiani

Beloved by millions of readers around the world for her dazzling novels USA Today , Adriana Trigiani is a master of palpable and visual detail Washington Post and a comedy writer with a heart of gold New York Times She is the New York Times bestselling author of eighteen books in fiction and nonfiction, published in 38 languages, making her one of the most sought after speakers in the world of books today Adriana is also an award winning film director and screenwriter, playwright, and television writer and producer Her screen adaptation of her bestselling novel Very Valentine premiered on Lifetime television in June 2019, launching their National Book Club In 2018, she directed the feature film Then Came You, filmed on location in the Highlands of Scotland She wrote and directed the award winning major motion picture Big Stone Gap, based on her debut novel, filmed entirely on location in her Virginia hometown Big Stone Gap spent 11 weeks in theatres in the fall of 2015 and was the 2 top grossing romantic comedy of the year She wrote and directed the documentary film, Queens of the Big Time, winner of the Audience Award at the Hamptons and Palm Springs International Film Festivals Adriana co founded The Origin Project, an in school writing program which serves over 1,700 students in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia Adriana was born on September 3, 1969 She lives in New York City with her family Follow Adriana on Facebook and Instagram AdrianaTrigiani or visit her website AdrianaTrigiani.com Join Adriana on Facebook Live every Tuesday at 6 PM EST



10 thoughts on “Big Stone Gap

  1. says:

    If you haven t read and of Adriana Trigiani s books, you MUST put them on your list and then make it a priority to read this entertaining series Although, not imperative to following the plot, I suggest reading them in order, starting with this one The simple ups and downs of a woman living in a small Virginia town are delivered with charm and poignancy and I found her writing addicti


  2. says:

    I have a copy of this book I d be willing to sell swap, but it s covered with the dried flecks of my vomit.Normally I just like or dislike a book, but this book actually made me angry I wanted to like it popular book set in small town Virginia I like Virginia, I miss Virginia I d really love a good book set in Virginia Someone let me know where I can find one.Partial list of things I hate 1 Th


  3. says:

    I am so sick of female characters who are confused with their lives and themselves and have to stomp off when someone is trying to tell them something I think miscommunication is a weak plot point and this book would have been better if the author had the balls to give the main character some balls as well.


  4. says:

    Just loved this book


  5. says:

    3.5 starsWonderful book about the life and times of a backward coal mining town in Virginia The author brings the characters alive Very funny in parts and then gentle, tender and heart breaking in other sections It will take you back to a simpler time, when doors could be left unlocked and peoples first thought was not what does he want This is the beginning of a series One that is well worth the read, giving a person a


  6. says:

    3.5 Star Rating Fun, light read with some good humor I am anxious to see the movie It has been a while since I read a book where I was rooting for a particular love match, so that was fun This was a great filler read between all the heavy stuff I ve been reading Nice, humorous references to Knoxville..my college town and home of my Tennessee Vols Update Saw the movie, not bad, but of course, the book is better 2 12 16


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I started this book with high hopes I d heard such good things about Trigiani s other books especially Lucia, Lucia But I wasthan a little disappointed I found the writing to be trite, and the characters behavior too often inexplicable.This book is supposedly about how Ave Maria, the town spinster of Big Stone Gap, finds herself and finds love over the course


  8. says:

    Adriana Trigiani is hosting the National Literary Festival at St Mary s College, Notre Dame, IN on November 8 9, 2019 This is a heart warming novel with a strong central character, Ave Maria Mulligan She considers herself the town spinster but in reality she is just too busy holding everything together to worry about love even though it is staring her in the face Very charming and witty story I am looking forward to readingin the series Adriana T


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed Big Stone Gap and was delighted to learn that this is the first in the series of novels featuring the folks of Big Stone Gap, Virginia It is a feel good novel with a strong southern story line that includes Chinese face reading and a bookmobile Remember the bookmobile Family secrets, generous hearts, self discovery A sit back and relax with a glass of ice tea book Perfect summer read.


  10. says:

    This is the second time I read Big Ston Gap and I remember why I enjoyed it so much the first time around The funny thing is that I have evolved in these past years and I have enjoyed this book for different reasons I like and I don t like Ave Maria because she s too hard on herself and sometimes even, contrary to what the book pretends, on others I understand protecting yourself out of self preservation, but in my mind Ave Maria actsout of ignorance She s so naiv


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