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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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Not my typical book, but I enjoyed it immensely. Have recommended it to others. I ordered The Boo after reading this, but couldn't get into it.Published 2 days ago by mbo
The last third of the book was spellbinding and I could not put it down. Even though I think it's a guy's book, I wouldn't have missed reading it for anything. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Sally Shubert
Slow Start as he builds characters ; longer than usual but page turner from othere on inPublished 20 days ago by Rick Atwell
Loved this one better than any of his so far. But it is always a good read no matter what.Published 24 days ago by Meme
I absolutely loved this book. It is a little dark and there is much cruelty in it but also hope.Published 1 month 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
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