What could be more appropriate as we quickly approach the holiday season than a book about family. In Last Stop on the 6, Angela left her extended Italian American family ten years ago vowing to never return. But after being guilted into returning for her brother’s wedding, she discovers (a) why she left and (b) why she should stay.
Last Stop on the 6 is a heartwarming tale of why family is important and why running away is never a lifelong solution. Angela’s big Italian family has the foibles of all of us while also being occasional laugh-out-loud funny or sincerely poignant. Sometimes, it’s both at once! Don’t miss this quirky comfort read. 4.5 stars!
Thanks to Bordighera Press and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.