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AprilTulsa, Ok

Mr Pat Conroy you have changed my life with the The Prince of Tides. Maybe one day you will hear this enough to believe it but your books have enlightened, slapped, consoled, and loved me from the first to last page. Thank you so much for defining and sharing the ways of the South and its everlasting beauty. You have allowed so many readers to sneak a peak into pure honesty and grace with your characters and their life's events. Thank you so much Conroy!!!


Fri, Feb 24, 2012 10:23 am 2647 Email Remove
Rosalie CatalanoDayton, OH

My husband just finished the recording of South of Broad and I'm on the last CD. He told me I would enjoy it and he was absolutely right. I don't want it to end. I'll miss Leo and company very much. The reader is fabulous and has become the voice of Leo for me. And what beautiful use of language. My vocabulary has expanded and in a good way...I looked up "abattoir" and now know what it means. Thank you, Mr. Conroy, for a most pleasurable story. Next on my list is Prince of Tides which I can't wait to get.


Mon, Feb 20, 2012 17:59 pm 2631 Email Remove
Cindy FineBloom field, NJ

Just finished listening to the unabridged audiobook of The Prince of Tides. A wonderful experience from start to finish; I did not want it to end!!!


Fri, Feb 3, 2012 20:23 pm 2581 Email Remove
Lynn WestburyColumbia, SC

I would like to know what happened to the children Pat taught on Daufuskie Island and the residents there. I am from Summerville originally and I hate what progress has done to our coast lines.


Mon, Jan 16, 2012 13:32 pm 2544 Email Remove
Kent Robert KluverRock Rapids, Iowa

I've just discovered your work and wish I had discovered it earlier. I'm no writer, but I like to think I can appreciate good writing when I read it. I certainly see it when I read Pat Conroy. Thanks for your efforts, Mr. Conroy.


Sat, Dec 31, 2011 22:21 pm 2528 Email Remove
Darlene WatersHampton Roads, VA

Dearest Mr. Conroy,
Thank you for the strength through laughter, wisdom through innocence, and comfort through shared experiences you’ve bestowed upon the world as your soulful gifts. I am the second of three generations of women, continuing a love affair with your work. I have often noted my own young woman child of a daughter conducting internal self-examinations during her readings of your books and novels.
There is little more rewarding as a parent than to know something you hold dear is also a preciously guarded gift by your child, when it reflects all things wondrous as a human being, but also is capable of calling out our imperfections. Your writings continue to yield and overflow with the rawness of what humanity becomes when propagated and tended, or left to wilt and die.


Thu, Dec 22, 2011 13:59 pm 2497 Email Remove
john belltoronto ontario

Just finished ' My Reading Life". You and I were born in the year of the "Boomers" inception. I wish you had written and I had read this book 40 years earlier. In any event I intend to read every work you reference in the order they appear and see what happens. If the result is life altering you can call the book a cookbook for the soul.


Thu, Nov 24, 2011 14:46 pm 2406 Email Remove
Ruth Lynn TeetersWaverly, Ohio

I spent most of my life without reading any of your books. The first one I read was "South of Broad" I was hooked and am now reading all of your books.
I have a great basketball story for you if you are ever interested... a poor family in southern Ohio... five brothers... thier only hope was in basketball. All five of the Thompson brothers were given full scholarships to play basketball in college... there is so much to their lives and the story of southern Ohio basketball.


Sat, Nov 19, 2011 20:35 pm 2392 Email Remove
Kim CableAugusta, Ga

I'm watching the movie "The Water is Wide" on Hallmark Movie Channel. Hope it's good! :)
I love your books, my best is "The Prince of Tides" but I have to tell you Barbra Streisand ruined it. I was on vacation and they used the rental house we stayed in for a night scene. Boy that Barbra is one MEAN "B"... have hated her since. She's a socialist or commie too.

I see there are some books of yours I haven't read, and I've read most of them, so I'm going to get busy with my Nook. Well, take care and keep up the good writing. Oh and I love your wife's books too!


Tue, Nov 15, 2011 20:23 pm 2375 Email Remove
Bunny KnebuschCharlotte NC

As the wife of a classmate I have followed your career and read all of your books. You signed your cookbook for me with the comment that it would cost Don a lot of money, and it did( trip to Italy two years ago). I have just found your blog and am delighted. The tribute to the Boo is wonderful but I must have been in a fog for years as I did not realize the Boo had been exiled! Why? Thanks Pat for joining the cyber world. We will all benefit from your words.


Tue, Nov 8, 2011 02:39 am 2343 Email Remove
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