Frontier Follies: Adventures in Marriage and Motherhood in the Middle of Nowhere

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Ree Drummond sure can cook, and she sure can write, too! The Pioneer Woman is as charming as ever in Frontier Follies, a collection of stories about her life, love, and family on the ranch. Ree’s wit is a delight to read — I chuckled out loud several times, much to everyone around me’s chagrin — and at times she’s so darn relatable that it’s hard to remember that she’s a celebrity. One of my favorite stories included a pit stop on a road trip that turned into a devastating tragedy over an apple fritter, but each story had something funny or heartwarming to share. Sometimes Ree’s stories feel more like snippets pulled from here and there rather than a cohesive story, and sometimes that left me wanting more. But that speaks more to how engrossing her stories are than the quality of the tale — Frontier Follies is still a fun and light read with just a touch of depth to leave you happy and fulfilled, just like one of Ree’s classic dinner dishes.

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Author Ree Drummond
Star Count /5
Format Hard
Page Count 352 pages
Publisher Harper Collins
Publish Date 17-Nov-2020
ISBN 9780062962751 Buy this Book
Issue July 2021
Category Biographies & Memoirs