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Scott ThompsonAtlanta

My wife and I enjoyed seeing you and your wife in Atlanta at the Carter Center. I know it's a haul for you to come to Atlanta so thank you. I'm also enjoying your new book and am proud to be among the next generation of readers that will carry your message to the generation after that. I hope to read more letters from you on this site in the future.
Thanks
Scott


Wed, Aug 26, 2009 07:51 am 201 Email Remove
Monica CooperTampa, FL

I enjoy all your books, but having lived in Beaufort (Laurel Bay) as the daughter of a fighter pilot from the same squadron as your Dad, my favorite all time book is of course "The Great Santini". My father had just retired the previous year when the movie was filmed on location - many of the extras in the background were members of my father's squadron and the scenery of Beaufort brings back wonderful memories.


Wed, Aug 26, 2009 06:50 am 200 Email Remove
Ridgely Brownfrederick md

I felt the need to let you know how much I liked South Of Broad. I really did hate to get to the last page. Hoping for a sequel. Thank you.


Wed, Aug 26, 2009 06:49 am 199 Email Remove
Sandee BeamanMineral Point WI

I am only on page 110 of "South of Broad" and simply had to write to tell you how grateful I am to you for writing another extraordinary book. "Prince of Tides" and "Beach Music" were outstanding and this is no exception. You grab me from the beginning and never let go even after I have finished your books. Thank you! I hope you have more books inside you to share with us! Man, you're good!


Tue, Aug 25, 2009 20:18 pm 198 Email Remove
Jay HendryGriffith, IN

Having moved out of the Charleston area, this latest story has, so far, thrilled me (I admit that I am not yet finished). I travel quite a bit and so decided to purchase this book on audio as well as hard copy and was quite amused at the readers pronunciation of a few of the names. As you and I, Mr. Conroy, sat in Libby's living room sipping on drinks, one of the few things I remember hearing you comment on was the ease of spotting those who had not come from the lowcountry by means of their pronunciation of certain names. I have covered the full spectrum of emotions already and I am only half way through. A story worthy of any parlor from Kiawah to Porcher bluff.


Tue, Aug 25, 2009 19:46 pm 197 Email Remove
Frank SchmidtWest Newton, MA

I have enjoyed all of your books, and have regarded Beach Music as one of my all-time favorites - until I read South of Broad. It is nothing short of magnificent - I hope you have many, many years of producing such wonderful reads.


Tue, Aug 25, 2009 15:08 pm 196 Email Remove
shelley parkerparamus, new jersey

I just wanted to say how much I loved South of Broad. I was so attached to the characters that I didn't want it to end. Please come out with another book soon!


Tue, Aug 25, 2009 14:04 pm 195 Email Remove
Caroline and Delano MixonFlowery Branch, GA

I could smell it, hear it and feel all the passions of Charleston in South of Broad. I even put my husband in those tortoise shell glasses they sell at Henry Berlins! My husband being a Clemson Military graduate can identify with your Citadel. I'll not say what they call the Cadet Corps Commander. We hang out at Brays Island; do look at that stretch along the Pocotaligo River; there is a book/story there of the women who live(d) on that plantation; southern drama and tragedies. Ask Henry Chambers or Sumner Pingree, these two could be your characters; walk those marshes and the writing will jump out at you. I want to implore you to search right up the road from you; would love to host you.


Tue, Aug 25, 2009 14:02 pm 194 Email Remove
Liz Collins

I just finished S.O.B., and like my other Pat Conroy books, could not put it down. This is Charleston's - Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil!!!


Tue, Aug 25, 2009 13:52 pm 193 Email Remove
Sherry CraigGainesville, GA

I've read all your books (except the cookbook!) and have loved every one. I want you to know that South of Broad is just another beautiful story from a brilliant (and gifted) mind. My sister doesn't like to read but she got the CDs and she was breathless everytime we talked about the story. My brother and I were reading (he with his Kindle and me with a good old book) at the same time. Your writing reflects depth of character, which I know stems from suffering. I reckon the suffering molds us, so please know that you have been molded into someone who brings comfort and joy with your words. You are and always will be this southern girl's FAVORITE author!!


Tue, Aug 25, 2009 12:55 pm 192 Email Remove
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