Review: Firefly LaneEditorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Norah Piehl
"'Remember Firefly Lane?' Tully said, lowering her voice. Over the years those words had become a catchall phrase, a kind of shorthand for their memories. It was their way of saying that a friendship begun at fourteen, back when David Cassidy was groovy and a song could make you cry, would last forever." At times during Kristin Hannah's new novel, FIREFLY LANE, the portrait of two women's 30year ... Read full review
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This book was amazing. I can't think of any other words to discribe it. It was filled with love, heartbreak, fights, reunions. Some parts made me mad, others made me want to cry. This book had everything a book should have. I would never want to change anything. I think it should be made into a movie. This book isnt just for women to read anyone can read it even children. I want the author to write more books like this this book at the ending left me speechless. It made me want to cry but at the same time i was happy. This book and that faimlies in it made me feel like I was apart of the faimly.