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The Pink Magnolia Club [Mass Market Paperback]

Geralyn Dawson

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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars  13 reviews
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pink Magnolia Club 15 July 2002
By Sue High - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
My FIRST response to the Pink Magnolia Club...Geralyn, PLEASE,PLEASE write a sequel. Holly, Maggie and Grace have become like dear friends to me. I laughed and cried over and over again as I read the book. A co-worker gave me an advance copy to read. It is wonderful. I have read ALL your books and this one is BEST OF ALL!
I think you did a wonderful job of sharing the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation story while winding a tale so very close to the heart of every women in America.
I plan to tell ALL my friends about the Pink Magnolia Club ...What an awesome thing to do with your wedding gown. Give it to Making Memories so it can be sold to grant last wishes for terminal breast cancer patients. I don't have a dress myself to donate, but I am for sure going to find out more about the "Diamonds for Dreams" program. Maybe I can help there since I don't have a dress.
Thank you for writing this terrific book. PLEASE will you consider a sequel?
Sue High
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars In a word...MARVELOUS!!! 22 July 2002
By Judith Rippelmeyer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Pink Magnolia Club touched me in a way no other book has before, and probably never will again. I lost my grandmother, my aunt, and my very best friend to metastatic breast cancer and my sister fights the battle today...so the story was very dear to my heart.
Geralyn Dawson does a marvelous job with the story of three women, touched by breast cancer..one at the beginning of her adult life, another in the middle, and a third in the twilight of her life. Everyone should buy 2 copies, one to read one to give away.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dawson does all women a service with The Pink Magnolia Club 14 Aug 2002
By Michelle - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
The Pink Magnolia Club, a wonderful story of women's friendships, is one of the most moving books I have read. I have never felt the need to review a book on line before, but it is my duty to praise Dawson for her service to the special friendships that we as women have and the magnificent work of the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation.
I have learned so much about this organization and its good works from Dawson's Book. The Pink Magnolia Club not only touched my heart but also my soul. I cried at the ups and downs in the friendships among the three women and recalled such friendships with older and younger women that I have been blessed to have. I am ordering this book for those women, ages 17-82, I am lucky enough to call my friends for 1 year to 43 years so they can have a good cry, remember our friendship and learn what to do with those rings still stored in their drawers.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tissues! Tissues! 24 Sep 2002
By Huntress Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
It begins with Holly setting out to check off to check off at least one and maybe two goals on her life list. When she reaches the room where she plans to begin this goal, having sex in an improper setting with her boyfriend, Justin, he ruins it by proposing to her in front of a ballroom full fo people. She reacts by running from the room and getting sick in the bathroom. There, she meets two older women. Both are there as part of the Dresses for Dreams sale, where old wedding gowns are donated and sold to make wishes come true for breast cancer patients. Grace, the elder of the two, is working there, and Maggie has donated her dress, though it was hard for her.
They get to witness a spectacular to do when Jusin follows Holly into the ladies room then storms off, leaving the girl confused and hurt. They form a bond and continue to meet, sharing their problems and woes. Maggie's big problem is she and her husband Mike have drifted apart, so much so that he forgot their twenty fifth annerversary and has now bought a boat, intending to sail the Caribean for a few months, alone. He needs some time. Grace and her Ben are still happily married, except for one problem. He is in denial about her fatal prognosis with cancer.
As the story progresses, the three women work on putting together a fiftieth annerversary party for Grace and Ben, though Holly and Maggie secretly plan for it to be a second wedding to make up for the big one she did not have. Maggie tries dating and also has a few attempts at dealing with Mike, while Holly confronts the fear that keeps her from marrying Justin, or anyone, with a clear mind. They make more life lists, go to jail together, and eat lots of chocolate.
***** A favorite author makes a change of pace in this heart warming, sometimes funny, sometimes painful novel that no woman should miss. This is one of those books where a lot happens, but it's hard to describe. It is a gentle walk that will renew something inside you and make you appreciate life. Does Grace get her dream wedding? What happens to the two estranged couples? Read it and find out, just keep some tissue and chocolate handy. *****
Reviewed by Amanda Killgore.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars wonderful relationship drama 17 Aug 2002
By Harriet Klausner - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
In Fort Worth, three women meet in the ladies room of the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation meeting hall. Middle aged Maggie Prescott is giving away her wedding gown that she wore twenty-five years ago because she believes her husband Mike no longer cares about her. Holly Weeks is stunned because the man she loves has proposed, a request that goes contrary to her life list and heats up her fears following her mother's death years ago from breast cancer. The third bathroom buddy sixty-five year old Grace Hardeman suffers from breast cancer.

Though from three different generations, the trio becomes friends. Grace provides a role model for her younger buddies as her philosophy of "today is a gift that's why it's called the present" resonates in all she does. However, even she fears dying as it is a matter of time before she must enter the hospital with her beloved loyal husband and her two pals providing her support.

Readers who enjoy a wonderful relationship drama that emphasizes the importance of loved ones during a health crisis will want to read THE PINK MAGNOLIA CLUB and donate to the Making Memories Foundation. The story line moves the audience through the three women confronting varying traumas in different ways. The characters seem genuine and fans will hope for the best whatever that might be for each one. Geralyn Dawson provides a powerfully emotional tale that will bring her much praise from fans and reviewers (and tissue companies) for this courageous tale.

Harriet Klausner
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