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Publisher Description

In The Shoemaker's Wife Adriana Trigiani swept her readers across generations of an Italian family, from the Italian Alps at the turn of the twentieth century to the cobblestone streets of Little Italy. In The Supreme Macaroni Company, she weaves a heartbreaking story that begins on the eve of a wedding in New York's Greenwich Village, travels to New Orleans, and culminates in Tuscany. Family, work, romance, and the unexpected twists of life and fate all come together in an unforgettable narrative that Adriana Trigiani's many fans will adore.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2013
November 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
Harper
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
6.1
MB

Customer Reviews

Deens818 ,

Disappointing Ending

First let me say, I have read all of Ms. Trigiani's books and I am a very loyal fan. Completely relate and love the character of Valentine and her big, Italian family. The other two books in the trilogy are great, this had potential...<<<<SPOILER ALERT>>>> Until Gianluca dies at the end. In my opinion it was not needed and came out of nowhere. Could have ended many other ways. Still hope there is another book coming.

Excellent book! ,

It may sound cliche but I laughed and I cried but most of all I loved this book!

I have read a few of Adriana's books. She has wonderful humor! I laughed out loud so many times I think my kids began to think I was crazy! This book did not disappoint. She writes everything with such beautiful timing. I cried my eyes red but in the end the journey through the tears was well worth. Beautiful story!

Rentay1 ,

The Supreme Macaroni Company

Disappointing. Not nearly as good as the other 2 books in this series. I was so excited to read this as I loved everything else that I have read by this author. I felt that this book didn't have nearly the depth of the others. It seemed like she had a great idea to write a final book for this series but once she got into it, got tired of it and just abruptly ended it. Still love her books though...especially those that take us to Italy!

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