Mehr Stadtgeschichten

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“Wie alles begann - die legendären Vorgeschichten zur "Serie der Stunde" (Spiegel online) auf Netflix.
«Das sind die witzigsten Romane, die es zurzeit gibt.» (The Times)
Im zweiten Band der Stadtgeschichten haben alte und neue Fans von Armistead Maupin Gelegenheit, sich bei der Begegnung der Sekretärin Mary Ann Singleton mit dem teuflischen Kult zu gruseln (und zwischendurch heftig zu kichern), sich mit Michael «Mouse» Tolliver Sorgen darüber zu machen, ob seine Hoffnungen auf eine glückliche Zukunft mit Jon, dem Gynäkologen, berechtigt sind; das bisher geheime Anagramm im Namen der Vermieterin Anna Madrigal zu entschlüsseln und über Dutzende irrwitziger Missgeschicke, die den Leuten in San Francisco widerfahren, zu lachen oder zu weinen.
«Eine Komödie in ihrer klassischsten Form, mit einigen der schärfsten und stärksten Dialoge, die Sie in Ihrem Leben zu lesen bekommen werden.» (The Guardian)
«Maupin hat einen noch raffinierteren Coup als Philip Roth gelandet: Er hat den amerikanischen Roman geschrieben, für den amerikanischen Fernsehzuschauer, der sich das Lesen längst abgewöhnt hat.» (Die Zeit)

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Readers' opinions about Mehr Stadtgeschichten by Armistead Maupin

I'm already planning to reread this book. It's one of those stories that you can revisit again and again, discovering new layers of meaning each time.

The characters in this book felt like old friends, and I was sad to say goodbye to them at the end. It's a testament to the author's talent for creating memorable and relatable personas.

The themes of resilience and hope resonated deeply with me. This book taught me valuable life lessons that I'll carry with me for years to come.

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