The Supreme Macaroni Company

The Supreme Macaroni Company

A Novel

Large Print - 2013
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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.

Publisher: New York : HarperLuxe, c2013
Edition: 1st HarperLuxe ed
ISBN: 9780062298782
Branch Call Number: LT TRI
Characteristics: 427 p. (large print) ;,23 cm

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CatherineG_1 May 04, 2017

Quick, light read - loved the descriptions of Italy.

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a9_S1R2B3
Nov 23, 2015

Could not get more than half way through, boring

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Mothercat
Aug 05, 2014

Whilst I enjoyed this book, to me it lacked a little of the charm of earlier stories in the series.

madison382 Feb 12, 2014

I have read most of her books and liked them, but I have a hard time reading this one. Don't think I can finish it.

Zeesa Jan 22, 2014

This was slow-moving and certainly not on the same level of her other books.

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Beverleigh
Jan 20, 2014

I tried to hang in with this book but found it really boring and I just didn't care about the characters. Gave up about 1/2 way through book. I was disappointed as it showed a good rating.

LaughingOne Dec 15, 2013

I did not enjoy this novel as much as I have enjoyed Trigiani's other novels, even the others in the Valentine trilogy. This one just didn't read as well for me. Valentine was not particularly likable in this book; I found it hard to understand why Gianluca loved her. There was too much foreshadowing. I will be more cautious in reserving any future novels by Trigiani (and I absolutely love her Big Stone Gap books, and miss that kind of writing now).

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Zeesa Jan 22, 2014

Slow-moving in parts; not as good as her other books.

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