Best friends since the fifth grade, Vaughn, Reenie, Susan, and Audrey have always been considered the most likely to write the Great American Novel, marry a prince, find fame, and run the world, respectively. But now in their 50s, they are all still chasing those dreams-which sometimes makes the girls collide. "Williams' sustained portrayal of female friendship, with its loyalties and betrayals, is extremely entertaining."-Publishers Weekly
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by Sheila Williams
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"Sheila Williams offers insight into the five-decades-long friendship of four dynamic African-American women. Voted most likely to succeed in high school, each woman reflects on her life as she nears 50. Each of the four narrators gives an individual character a distinct voice and vivid personality. Their unique voices make an emotional connection with the listener. We hear and empathize with the betrayal, joy, hope, and sadness expressed by the characters through conversational monologues and engaging exchanges. By the end of the audio this ensemble of four narrators has made us all girlfriends. P.R. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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