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Sue Williams

Nobody writes like you, Pat Conroy. I was just reminded of that as I sat down and read the first few pages of South of Broad.

When I read your books I fall in love with the words and the story you tell. I can think of no finer gift to people.

Thank you for writing a new book for all of us to savor and cherish.


Sun, Sep 6, 2009 13:51 pm 289 Email Remove
Clifton James BloomNewtown , Pa

Boo would have wanted a ERW for your spelling mistake in SOB, I instead would prefer a new story.


Sun, Sep 6, 2009 12:54 pm 288 Email Remove
Marjorie Whittington

Just finished South of Broad... I loved every page... and hated for it to end. Please do not wait so long to write again. This book and Beach Music are my favorites! Thanks...


Sun, Sep 6, 2009 12:32 pm 287 Email Remove
Paula LaBrotTopanga, California

Dear Pat,
Just finished "South" this Sunday morning, lying in bed surrounded by two yellow dogs and some cats. The heat wave broke here, and I appreciated the fresh air that washed the room at the completion of the story. I have loved your writing... I love your Southern voice... your beautiful language... your always interesting and sooooo human characters. This was your strangest book... it had the least story continuity. There were believability problems for me that I have not encountered with you before, which led me to wonder if these were somewhat true events, since real life is so often too bizarre to be believed. You are a great writer. This story, though, seemed stretched. Yet, I am still feeling the story... you have a way of sticking to my insides.


Sun, Sep 6, 2009 10:56 am 286 Email Remove
teresa mooreUnited States

I HAVE READ ALL OF YOUR BOOKS AND THEY ARE WONDERFUL. "SOUTH OF BROAD" IS MY FAVORITE. I LAUGHED AND CRIED, AND WAS THROUGHLY ENTERTAINED. I DID NOT WANT IT TO END. THANK YOU.


Sun, Sep 6, 2009 08:23 am 285 Email Remove
Norman L. KetchieUSA

Loved book, just wished Leo would have had a happy ending


Sun, Sep 6, 2009 07:35 am 284 Email Remove
Roise JonesMcMinnville OR 97128

Just finished So. of Broad and laughed and cried. Please don' wait another 14 years for another of your masterpieces or I'll be gone by then! Will head for Beach Music again. Thank you for the joy and sadness and philosophy you've given me. Your books are the ones I wait on for decades. See if you can squeak another one out soon. Many thanks. Your books give me such joy, sorrow, and finally human reason.


Sun, Sep 6, 2009 02:26 am 283 Email Remove
Debra TalleyFort Payne, Alabama

I have waited for another Conroy novel and today, purchased South of Broad. I loved every single word of Beach Music. It is about My South. Read that Mrs. Conroy and Pat's mom are both from Alabama. What cities?


Sat, Sep 5, 2009 17:41 pm 282 Email Remove
Kathy Biesheuvel

Two clues emerge as one reads a novel, as to whether it will be remarkable. One, the reader feels as if he or she knows the characters personally. Two, the reader feels some measure of sorrow upon closing the cover at its finish. Mr. Conroy, you are a great story-teller and a master, master wordsmith. "South of Broad" will become a classic, I have no doubt.


Sat, Sep 5, 2009 12:45 pm 281 Email Remove
Margaret CulverSan Francisco, California, USA

As a born & bred Californian I attended Mississippi State College for Women (MUW now -- and soon to be Reneau University) during the sixties and discovered the South where my dad started his life. I enjoy reading about the South (even receive "Southern Living" magazine) and am enjoying "South of Broad" which I read when I am on my many travels.


Sat, Sep 5, 2009 10:40 am 280 Email Remove
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