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I always enjoy reading what inspires fiction writers. But Pat Conroy is so complex.......... I had to find out his inner life. Wonderful book for Conroy wonks.Published 1 day ago by babs
Fair. A good anthology of what to read. Far more interested in more novels. Could care less about cookbooksPublished 5 days ago by James Batistick
Pat Conroy is on my shortlist of our great contemporary writers, and many critics agree with me. His books, from The Water Is Wide through The Great Santani, Prince of Tides, South... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russell J. Sanders
Nice to hear about Pat Conroy's life. Gives me a different perspective of his books.Published 1 month ago by Vicki Buley
While the book was interesting I have not had the chance to read any of Conroys books nor ones he has mentioned in the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jill Byrne
My Reading Life contains many of the same accounts as the much more provocative The Death of Santini. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary K
Perhaps the best writer of our time. His use of the language is breathtaking in it's beauty. Having written a book, "Champagne and Roses" , I have some idea what goes into... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Arthur J. Benson
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I think you are right; publishers are shameless... who can blame them though since so many of them seem to be fighting for survival these days. But having just read this new book by Conroy, (and having already decided to give it as a Christmas gift to a few of my reading friends), I must say... Read More
Oct 30, 2010 by Frank Michaels | See all 2 posts