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Debbie Brightbill

Pat Conroy is by far my favorite author and I have anxoiusly awaited his new book. He has a gift to be able to describe everyday life situations, simple or tragic, and present them to the readers with passion, humor and depth of understanding. I read his books not skipping a word and amazed at the poetry of his sentences, paragraphs, and stories. I believe, as I think he does, that relationships are as fagile as they are complex; Looking directly at painful situations that many would rather leave behind, create wisdom and peace within ones self; What you deny, to pass on. I read that in his works. I so look forward to his next books


Thu, Aug 20, 2009 08:32 am 147 Email Remove
Tammy CunninghamTexas

Thank you for another fantastic read! Mr. Conroy you truly have a gift for making your characters come to life. I'm a "Carolina girl" transplant to DFW, when will you come West for a book signing?


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 19:29 pm 146 Email Remove
Sam HolmesTampa, Florida

I just finished South of Broad. I loved the book and did not want it to end. It is one of my all time favorites and can't wait until your next book.


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 17:02 pm 145 Email Remove
Deborah VivianRiverside, CA

I have anxiously awaited your next novel and am planning to savor every word, as I have all your other books. Always lived on the West coast, military father from the South and Mother from Korea. Your words transport me to another world unknown to me. Your imagery and florid speech envelope me and always leave me thirsting for more. Thank you for all the wonderful words and the emotion that overcomes me whenever I read your wonderful novels. May you continue to enrich our lives for many years to come.


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 16:36 pm 144 Email Remove
Helen KammerNew Orleans

I eagerly awaited the arrival of the new book after reading in JayNotes about it-when you spoke to the boys at Jesuit here in Mew Orleans. I put off starting it because I knew I would read it through and it would be over. Please keep writing-you are my favorite author by far! My Dad was born and raised in Charleston-he left his heart there when he had to move during the depression. I would love to send you a letter about him and my ancestors who did so much to build Charleston. If that is possible, please let me know. Thank you for another fabulous book!


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 15:44 pm 143 Email Remove
Gerri ParksBirmingham, Michigan

Just by coincidence I've read both The Water is Wide and South of Broad in the last two weeks. You are an absolutely magnificent writer. Please don't wait another 14 years before the next one. I need these good books....there are so few of them in this world. Thank you.


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 14:23 pm 142 Email Remove
Carol Murphy

You have my everlasting gratitude because your books have inspired, encouraged, enlightened, and challenged my life so much. As a college student, The Water is Wide inspired me to teach for 30 years. My high school students read many of your books in my Southern History/Culture class. Many became lifelong readers as a result. My husband and I attended the gathering in B'ham and were so glad to see and hear you and your lovely wife, and Rick Bragg. Thank you for writing about our beloved South - warts and all. You are truly a gifted person. You have brought such joy to so many. It is my wish that your life is filled with good health, much happiness and peace. Best wishes!


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 10:27 am 141 Email Remove
Denise AshCharleston, WV

I was given a copy of Prince of Tides by a good friend in 1990 and I have loved Pat Conroy's novels ever since. I have undoubtedly read Prince of Tides a dozen or more times and Beach Music a half a dozen easily.

I am about 1/3 way with South of Broad and I can already tell that it is another that I will re-read for years to come.

Thank you for your writing, Pat Conroy...please don't ever stop writing!

Denise Ash
From "The Other Charleston" (WV)


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 07:08 am 140 Email Remove
Susan Eileen DayKuwait

I mentioned this on the Amazon thread, but I always think of you as Patconroy . . . so greetings from Kuwait Patconroy, I just got South of Broad and am thrilled that our weekend is Friday and Saturday. I plan to spend most of that time reading the book with Little Feet's Waiting for Columbus blaring in the background and reminding myself why I am lucky to be a southerner! Thanks for the inspiration. All the best, Sue


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 05:49 am 139 Email Remove
Mary EnglishMcDonough Georgia

I am in the middle of South of Broad and I love it, I am savoring every word. I have read every Pat Conroy novel and he never fails to deliver the most colorful characters and southern plots immaganiable. There is a little of my family in every book he has ever written. Another fabulous read.


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 05:38 am 138 Email Remove
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