South of Broad

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'It was my father who called the city the Mansion on the River. He was talking about Charleston, South Carolina, and he was a native son, peacock proud of a town so pretty it makes your eyes ache with pleasure just to walk down its spellbinding, narrow streets. Charleston was my father's ministry, his hobbyhorse, his quiet obsession, and the great love of his life.'..Against the sumptuous backdrop of Charleston, South Carolina, South of Broad gathers a unique cast of sinners and saints. Leopold Bloom King, our narrator, is ...

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Tom1

Aug 1, 2013

Always Good

Conroy is always good. Interesting read, makes me want to move to Charleston.

Susie F

Jan 5, 2012

Another Pat Conroy Gem!

South of Broad was a wonderful read - January choice for our book club. I have always loved Pat Conroy's books and South of Broad proved to be as good if not better than his others. Each chapter has you turning the page to the next to see what happens to the group of friends in this book and once you get to the last page - you'd like it to continue on - but then the book would be way over 500 pages! That seemed intimidating to several in our club but the book flows so well it's not long before you have enjoyed his newest tale of South Carolina!

Jeanette R

Nov 4, 2010

Page turner cover to cover

Beautifully written and full of captivating twists. I lovewd it so much, I bought a copy for my sister.

Joan C

Oct 14, 2010

South of Broad

Look for my reserved rave on the website: www.seniorwomen.com

Kimberly Z

Aug 5, 2010

Great book

I loved this book. It is the first of his that I have read, but as a result of this book I have bought 3 others. I am from Charleston, South Carolina. This book really hit home with me as I grew up in Charleston during the time most of this book took place.

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