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Bonnie BassettWhite Bear Lake, Minnesota

I've been waiting a long time to read South of Broad and it didn't disappoint. Enchanting characters, great stories about some of my era's milestone events and Conroy's delicious prose filled me up completely, just as I anticipated. Thanks!


Thu, Oct 29, 2009 12:25 pm 465 Email Remove
Vinnie HayesAndover MA

Pat, I was on the freshman basketball team when you were a sophomore at The Citadel. You helped protect me at times from some of the upper classmen in E Company who resented me playing basketball. I have enjoyed your books over the years, especially "My Losing Season" because of the memories of plying with DeBrosse, Bridges and Bornhorst.
I want to wish you continued sucess.
Vinnie Hayes


Thu, Oct 29, 2009 09:23 am 464 Email Remove
LucBelgium

Le premier livre que j'ai lu de vous est le Prince des marées, puis Beach Music qui restera pour moi un de mes romans préférés. Je viens de terminer Charleston Sud, quelle tristesse la mort de Sheba, mais quel plaisir de vous lire et de s'échapper du monde réel pendant ces quelques heures de lecture. Merci pour vos livres. Luc from Belgium


Thu, Oct 29, 2009 07:07 am 463 Email Remove
Libby BensonBrisbane - Australia

I have read all of your books and am currently re-reading Beach Music and losing myself once again to Jack and Leah McCall. I am overjoyed to find that I have a new treat in store with your new book - South of Broad. Christmas has come early this year! Thank-you.


Wed, Oct 28, 2009 17:57 pm 462 Email Remove
Edwin LovelandNewtown, Connecticut

When I read Beach Music I knew I had found the author who could write my soul, and the things I had experinced in my own life. I then found, and read every word Mr. Conroy has ever written, that I could find. Have you ever read his speach to the Citadel ("I wear the ring") ? Google it, its quite moving. I have now read Beach Music at least 8 times, and read it once a year. I was almost afraid to read South of Broad when it came out as I just wasn't sure anything could come close to Beach Music. I was excited, but afraid... I my fear soon disappeared as I went to the Charleston in this book, and met Toad, Trevor, Niles, Molly and the gang. Quite simply, another masterpiece. I believe with all my heart that when I am long gone, Conroy will be taught in the lit. classes across the U.S.


Tue, Oct 27, 2009 12:11 pm 461 Email Remove
Jose Rivera MDOrangeburg, South Carolina

Mr. Conroy; one of your classmates at the "C" turned me on to your writings. As a former army bratt; wow; Santini did live in my home. My faith in God has gotten me through the hellish pass and somehow now I can live without regrets. Pray, get well; do not relinquish the gift you have been given to grace us with some form of sanity.


Tue, Oct 27, 2009 08:40 am 460 Email Remove
Rose Cooley

Happy Birthday, Mr. Conroy, and thank you for your wonderful books!


Mon, Oct 26, 2009 21:22 pm 458 Email Remove
Marly RusoffNew York

Happy Birthday to you!
With great love from Marly and Mihai, your very devoted web master.


Mon, Oct 26, 2009 19:31 pm 457 Email Remove
Sheilah MonroeLakeside, New England

It is so cool to share a birthday with one of my favorite authors. Just (reluctantly) finished South of Broad. Setting, plot and characters all work so well together. But it is your use of language that makes reading each book such a pleasue, and finishing one so bittersweet. Happy birthday to us!


Mon, Oct 26, 2009 14:40 pm 456 Email Remove
Carol Travis TuckerProvidence, RI

Maybe it's that I'm a transplanted southerner, or that I spent summers in coastal Carolina, or that I went to VA Tech with The Corps, or that I was once taught poor black children, or that my high school boyfriend's father was a carbon copy of The Great Santini, or that my father played basketball for Maryland, or I have dealt with mental illness in my family, or that I shed my worries when I cross over to the shoreline, or that I know I have found another soul mate when someone says "Pat Conroy is my favorite author too!". Whatever it is that makes me reread your books when I can't even finish my own WINO (Women In Need Of a NIght Out) book group selections must be something close to addiction - and I am so thankful that your writing feeds it.


Mon, Oct 26, 2009 08:24 am 455 Email Remove
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