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Philip W. NamySpartanburg

Thank you for the gift of your books.


Sun, Aug 23, 2009 23:29 pm 183 Email Remove
Sharon GroveHixson, Tn.

Brilliant book... I am so sad that I have finished it. I read it as slowly as I could but it's finished. I shall miss them all. But I am going back to Charleston and see it through your eyes this time.


Sun, Aug 23, 2009 19:15 pm 182 Email Remove
Mel BeaulieuMaine, USA

I have read every novel, of course, as every good "fan" should...but, I've read Beach Music continuously since my first read in 1996 and have decided that Jack McCall will be my next husband *smile* It is the most flawless novel of our generation, poetic, epic, beautiful.

I had promised myself that after the long wait for South of Broad that I would read and savor it slooowly, but I read it in 2 days, and fell in love with Leo & Starla & Molly...etc... I don't know that it will be read back to back the way I've read Beach Music, but I think I'll revisit them the same way I've revisited the Wingos and Meechums. Thank you, Mr. Conroy


Sun, Aug 23, 2009 17:20 pm 181 Email Remove
Jane Floyd

I so love reading your books. In fact, one of my favorite quotations comes from, "The Prince of Tides". Thanks for another adventure.


Sun, Aug 23, 2009 14:59 pm 180 Email Remove
Mac McAteeOak Ridge, NC

Pat, Just finished your cook book. A truly wonderful tour of Southern cooking. I just don't understand how you could write the chapter on Vidalia Onions and not include Vidalia Onion Pie. Your tongue will beat your front teeth out trying to get to a slice. A wonderful book to work through to the very last page.

My father was a China Service Marine before WWII. Anyone that has been raised by a Marine can sure understand where you are coming from. I have read most of your books over the years and may just start over again.


Sun, Aug 23, 2009 12:24 pm 179 Email Remove
Joey SharpeFort Mill, SC

Be well, Mr. Conroy. You're a national treasure!


Sun, Aug 23, 2009 11:13 am 178 Email Remove
bambi troxellAlabama

I read my first Pat Conroy book, Beach Music, when I was in the eleventh grade (1996). I then read every other book you wrote before I graduated the next year. I've waited 13 years for this book! It was so hard to put it down- I just love the beauty of your words. Personally, I think it's absolutely sinful to be a southerner and NOT be a Pat Conroy fan :) Thank you for this book and your many others. I'm a dedicated fan for life.


Sun, Aug 23, 2009 10:41 am 177 Email Remove
Christine FergusonToronto

After such a long time waiting for another novel I have just finished South of Broad and loved it! All your novels have peaked my interest in the south and I surely will visit someday. I have read all your books. It would be hard to pick out my favourite because I loved them all. I hope we don't have to wait too long for another to come along.


Sun, Aug 23, 2009 06:08 am 176 Email Remove
Laurie Hooper GroeschelGranbury, Tx

Hi Pat, et al,
Thank you for your social statements of human understanding...not just southern. You intrigue me as a writer and as a person. My father went to the Citadel and as I read you, I know of what you are speaking. I have met, and visited with, Henry Berlin, many times; know of, and done business with, Bob Ellis...etc. "Charlie-Town" was my father's other hometown and we were there often. I understand the good and the not as good. Thank you for taking us, the readers, there again. Perhaps we should meet and then, marry! Laurie Hooper Groeschel


Sat, Aug 22, 2009 22:47 pm 175 Email Remove
sandra faulkenberryGreenville SC

Have never done this before. Have always been fan. Kept dog-eared copy of "Lords of Discipline" for 24 years until a customer (Belk Dept store, by the way) brought me a hard cover copy from the bookstore at the Citadel. Read "South of Broad" this week and have now officially added to list of all time favorite books. Have quoted #10 on reasons Americans hate Southerners about 20 times so far. I am a very liberal Southerner, raised by very prejudiced parents. Your newest book touched my heart in more ways than I could ever explain. Thank you so much for that book. Please don't ever stop doing what you do so amazingly well. Thank you from the bottom of my very Southern heart.


Sat, Aug 22, 2009 22:34 pm 174 Email Remove
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