I have a rule of thumb about reading strategies.
If a book makes me laugh out loud thrice in the first ten pages, I read it. And that’s how I came to read one of Fannie Flagg‘s with the rather unusual title: “The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion”
It’s a story founded on an intriguing premise:
What if, late in life, you suddenly discover that you’re not who you thought you were all these years?