The Mammoth Cheese - Sheri Holman Reviews
Description:ISBN 1844081273 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sheri Holman / Paperback / 480 Pages / Book is published 2004-08-05 by Virago Press Ltd
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by - written on 09/03/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
"The Mammoth Cheese" is rather a mammoth story. It's about a small town in Virginia, called Three Chimneys, and the people who live there during the time after the town first gets a lot of media attention when one of the women gives birth to eleven babies. Manda Frank, didn't want eleven babies, who would? She wanted one, having already had one daughter, and generally preferring her dogs to people. But she gives birth to all eleven, after the local pastor convinces her not to selectively abort any, and as a result makes the national news, and is bombarded with gifts and offers of help that she would rather not need. Her old house was too small and a ... Read the complete review
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