Famed Broadway producer Milo Short steps out of his Upper West Side brownstone on one exceptionally hot morning, he's not expecting to see the impossible: a woman from his life 60 years ago, winking at him on a New York sidewalk. The sight causes him to suffer a stroke. And when he comes to, the renowned lyricist discovers he has lost the ability to communicate. Milo believes he must unravel his complicated history with Vivian Adair in order to win back his words. But he needs help - in the form of his granddaughter Eleanor, a failed journalist and family misfit. Tapped to write her grandfather's definitive biography, Eleanor must dig into Milo's colorful past to discover the real story behind Milo.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Leslie C.
More Mystery Than Romance
Would you listen to Vivian in Red again? Why?
Yes, I loved the dialogue and the trips back to the 1930's. The book went back and forth from the 1930s to the 1990's but always told you where and when you were. It was a fascinating trip through the major events in a man's life, made me smile and made me cry.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Vivian in Red?
When Milo first sees Vivian
Which scene was your favorite?
I loved the 1930's theater scenes
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
I don't know about the tagline but it would be a musical, with beautiful sets and fabulous costumes.
Any additional comments?
While there is a love story woven into this book it is more a mystery.The narration is excellent. Don't pass this one up.
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