Tied to the Tracks (2020)

Tied to the Tracks Rosina Lippi Tied to the Tracks Angie Mangiamele runs a film company in Hoboken New Jersey a long way in ways than one from Ogilvie Georgia But a new project has brought her to this small Southern town where she stands out like a
  • Title: Tied to the Tracks
  • Author: Rosina Lippi
  • ISBN: 9780425215326
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
Tied to the Tracks Rosina Lippi Angie Mangiamele runs a film company in Hoboken, New Jersey a long way in ways than one from Ogilvie, Georgia But a new project has brought her to this small Southern town, where she stands out like a fire truck in a flower garden She s been invited to Ogilvie by Miss Zula Bragg, the intensely private literary legend who s agreed to appear in a documentary made byAngie Mangiamele runs a film company in Hoboken, New Jersey a long way in ways than one from Ogilvie, Georgia But a new project has brought her to this small Southern town, where she stands out like a fire truck in a flower garden She s been invited to Ogilvie by Miss Zula Bragg, the intensely private literary legend who s agreed to appear in a documentary made by Angie s highly unconventional crew And there s someone else in own Angie looks forward to seeing John Grant, a descendant of Ogilvie s founders with whom she had a long ago summer romance But John s wedding to the daughter of a prominent local family is just days away, and promises to be the sleepy town s social event of the year What could possibly go right
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  1. Sally

    I am a huge Sara Donati fan and when I saw her alter ego s name on this book I had to read it It may be ligthter than the Wilderness series, but still the interesing characters and stories come through with this book.

  2. hidwood

    I would have liked it better without the heavy dose of lesbians One here or there, okay, but how realistic is it that in a small southern town, about 1 in every 5 women is gay Of the characters in the book, a significant number are lesbians, enough so that the flavor of the book became unreal.

  3. Rela Edwards

    Enjoyed book very much Kept me guessing what was the story behind the story Loved the characters especiallyMiss Zulu I grew up I NJ a few towns from Hoboken So I was interested in the Hoboken part of the story bAlso I now live near a small town in the south so I m interested in the drama of a southern town I enjoyed reading about all the colorful characters m

  4. Kris - My Novelesque Life

    3.5 STARS Miss Zula Bragg, award winning writer in residence at Ogilvie College in Ogilvie, Georgia, has finally said yes to a documentary about her life She insists that Tied to the Tracks, a shoestring film company from up North produce it because, she says, they have an edge So the entire company is summoned to Ogilvie Angie Mangiamele, who writes, produces, and keeps it all together Rivera Rosenblum, who photographs and edits and Tony Russo, principal photographer and soundman Only Angie is [...]

  5. Mirah W

    An ok read was a little predictable but there were also a few surprises thrown in Some of the characters were interesting and some were very annoying.cially the Rose sisters and some of their family I wanted to scream at some of them to mind their own business Unfortunately I was able to laugh at the accurate portrayal of the stereotypical families in the South since I m from the South and can identify people and family who would fit as some of the characters Readers who like nice, tidy endings [...]

  6. Dawn

    Lippi is a good writer, and one I have enjoyed reading before This book has been languishing on my shelf for quite a while, awaiting it s turn in the spotlight I finally picked it up this weekend and it was just what I wanted a fun, well written love story that was filled with interesting characters and had a plot that consisted of than how long it would take the fictional couple to jump into bed together Recommended for anyone wanting something light, but good.

  7. Lisa

    Rosina Lippi writing as her pseudonym Sara Donati writes an amazing historical fiction In this contemporary novel set in a small town in the South you get a similar feeling while reading it You can practically hear the character s southern accents, imagine life in a small southern town even if you ve never been to one Strange how many lesbians and in the closet lesbians congregate in this little town though.

  8. Charlotte

    Tied to the Tracks is a fun romp in small town Georgia when a New Jersey video crew with past ties to the English Professor who hires them arrives shortly before his wedding date Very different from Lippi s Homestead as well as her Wilderness Series written under the pen name of Sara Donati, but a well constructed romance that explores cultural attitudes to some extent via a colorful cast of characters Truly a fun read with some twists but without any heavy lifting.

  9. Amy Schacht

    This book would be a typical Southern fiction with quirky characters, small town life, and all, except for the intriguing interspersion of homosexuality that s just barely below the surface of the college town s awareness A small filming crew comes to make a documentary of the school s most famous graduate and now professor, which unearths all sorts of passions and secrets.

  10. Cathy

    Some years ago, several people suggests the Wilderness series to me and I loved it Next was Homestead which I enjoyed too I d recently returned from a family reunion in Germany my first trip to Europe My predecessors there were winemakers, but I could still see them living as the characters in Homestead Now, here s TttT, completely different, but yet lovable just the same.

  11. The Cats Mother

    This was OK someone at my book group recommended it but I didn t really relate to any of the characters or care about the story It s set in the South of the USA, about a woman who goes to make a film documentary and runs into her old flame, who is about to get married Not as chick litty as this makes it sound

  12. Linda

    I loved this book set in the south This book is so different from the books written under the name Sara Donati into the wilderness series I would compare it to Jeanne Ray and the Julie and Romeo books, characters are younger in Rosina s book.

  13. Lauren

    Not bad read I found the characters interesting, but the plot wasn t anything special I think I enjoyed it most because I m from that area of Georgia and understood a lot of the location citizen descriptions.

  14. Ayelet

    This was a quick, fun read The small town life reminded me of Gil Girls and Hart of Dixie It got annoying that they couldn t finish serious conversations or get to the root of problems She did clear things up nicely in the end.

  15. Jan

    I read this a while back and while the story is pretty good I had a real problem with the characters As a southerner, the southern characters just did not seem southern to me I found that a bit annoying and that took away some of the enjoyment.

  16. Mia

    Ugh this book seemed to go on forever, I just could not get into it The characters were stereotypical and one note and I figured out the twists in about 2 chapters Skip it.

  17. Anita

    What a hoot So totally different than her Wilderness series Hard to believe that these stories came from the same pen A funny, fun story of quirky southern small town craziness.

  18. Sheree

    Light reading regarding complex southern relationships involving race,education and religion Not the usual fluff but does have the usual southern eccentricities, which I find endearing.

  19. Diane

    Boy meets girl Boy loses girl Girl shows up in Boys neighborhood to do documentary Boy is engaged to someone else Will they or won t they

  20. Marsha

    Found this one on a used shelf in a coffee house in Costa Rica and it made for a pleasant day of reading It is southern life, romance and a little bit of mystery.

  21. Carrie

    I didn t really like this book which was disappointing since I loved the Pajama Girls of Lambert Square Just didn t like the characters Skip this one.

  22. Tracey Pal

    A light and easy read, I was a bit sceptical of the amount of closet lesbians who suddenly outed themselves though.

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