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Es sind die Siebziger, die Sonne scheint, und wie bei einer Fahrt mit der Achterbahn jagt Maupin seine Leser:innen in rasantem Tempo durch die Straßen von San Francisco. 

Mary Ann Singleton entscheidet sich untypisch impulsiv für den Umzug nach San Francisco. Der Überschaulichkeit Ohios trauert sie inmitten ihres aufregenden Neustarts im sonnigen Kalifornien kaum nach, denn hier an der Westküste schillern die unterschiedlichsten Persönlichkeiten um die Wette. Ein Zuhause findet sie bei der charismatischen Anna Madrigal, die für jede verlorene Seele einen Joint und einen Platz in ihrer kunterbunten Stadtvilla in der Barbary Lane parat hat. Die anderen Schützlinge der Hausherrin unterstützen Mary Ann bei ihren diversen Startschwierigkeiten – der Freigeist Mona, der Schürzenjäger Brian und der sympathische Michael werden aber auch ihre ganz eigenen Geschichten in der lebensfrohsten Stadt Amerikas erleben. Eines ist allen Charakteren gemeinsam: Sie suchen das ganz große Glück.

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Readers' opinions about Stadtgeschichten by Armistead Maupin

The plot twists were executed masterfully. I was left gasping at every unexpected turn, and the suspense kept me on edge throughout. Bravo to the author for keeping me guessing.

The plot twists were executed masterfully. I was left gasping at every unexpected turn, and the suspense kept me on edge throughout. Bravo to the author for keeping me guessing.

I must confess, this book made me shed tears like never before. The themes of love, loss, and resilience struck a chord with my soul. It was an emotional journey I'm grateful to have taken.

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