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“A work of enormous power, passion, humor, and wisdom.” —Washington Star
“God preserve Pat Conroy.” —The Boston Globe
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I absolutely loved this book. It is a little dark and there is much cruelty in it but also hope.Published 6 days ago by Susan
Propaganda is most easily assimilated in our youth. Conroy weaves the coolaid being drank to it's tasteful expulsion as only a true wordsmith can.Published 1 month ago by sperry freak
This book is moving, chilling and bittersweet. I am glad I read it as a middle aged woman and not as a young adult. I also remember learning the painful lessons Will had to learn. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donna from Illinois
Not that impressed it's just a book by a disgruntled former cadet.Published 2 months ago by Mike M.
Author or The Great Santini, Prince of Tides, Beach Music, the man knows how to write. If you're not from the south, you'll get some insight into southern minds and a few... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Guralny
Great novel - Purchased the CD and listened to en route to Charleston SC to visit the Citadel were my grandson will be a Knob this fall.Published 2 months ago by R. WADDINGTON
He is a good writer but it took way yo long to get into the plot.Published 2 months ago by Kevin Sharpe
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