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Pat Conroy
Pat Conroy is the author of eight previous books: The Boo, The Water is Wide, The Great Santini, The Lords of Discipline, The Prince of Tides, Beach Music, My Losing Season, and The Pat Conroy Cookbook: Recipes of My Life. He lives in Fripp Island, South Carolina. Photo copyright: David G. Spielman show more



Pat Conroy is the author of eight previous books: The Boo, The Water is Wide, The Great Santini, The Lords of Discipline, The Prince of Tides, Beach Music, My Losing Season, and The Pat Conroy Cookbook: Recipes of My Life. He lives in Fripp Island, South Carolina. Photo copyright: David G. Spielman

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Birth date: October 26, 1945
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KOMET
KOMET rated it 1 year ago
Pat Conroy was a writer I had known of over many years by reputation. His books, 'The Lords of Discipline', 'The Great Santini', 'The Prince of Tides', and 'My Losing Season' I knew of through either their movie adaptations or via a National Public Radio (NPR) interview. This NPR interview Conroy ga...
JDCMustReadBooks
JDCMustReadBooks rated it 2 years ago
Reflections on a Writing Life By: Pat Conroy ISBN: 9780385530866 Publisher: Doubleday A Memoir Publication Date: 10/25/2016 Format: Hardcover My Rating: 4 Stars A special thank you to Doubleday and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. A Lowcountry Heart: Reflections on a Wr...
The Reading Jackalope
The Reading Jackalope rated it 2 years ago
lyrical, haunting, and engrossing. full review later.The book is more of a character study and thus has little actual plot, though if I had to pin it down I'd say that the novel follows Bailey Martin through a few years of her life as she comes to grip with the death of her mother and reconciles her...
Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 3 years ago
The story of the Wingos is one of humor, grotesquerie, and tragedy. Tragedy predominates. So warns Tom Wingo before beginning to relate that story to Dr. Susan Lowenstein. Lowenstein is Tom's sister's therapist and needs his help to understand Savannah, who recently tried to kill herself for at leas...
Read With ME (207)
Read With ME (207) rated it 3 years ago
AmazingThis was without a doubt one of best books I have ever read and will remain an all time favorite for years to come I am certain. I was expecting an old fashioned love story but this was nothing at all what I had expected. I was enthralled and completely captivated both by the story and by the...
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