Tales of the South Pacific
"Truly one of the most remarkable books to come out of the war. Mr. Michener is a born story-teller."
THE NEW YORK TIMES
Winner of the 1948 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
Enter the exotic world of the South Pacific, meet the men and women caught up in the drama of a big war. The young Marine who falls madly in love with a beautiful Tonkinese girl. Nurse Nellie and her French planter, Emile De Becque. The soldiers, sailors, and nurses playing at war and waiting for love in a tropic paradise.
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Review: Tales of the South PacificUser Review - Heidi - Goodreads
I had no idea James Michener could write a page-turner. Why aren't all his books like this? I started the book assuming it would be typical Michener fare: a struggle at times but worthwhile. To my ... Read full review
Review: Tales of the South PacificUser Review - miriam - Goodreads
yeah, it was good. there were some cute stories, some nail biters, and even some that reached deeper into my consciousness and tried to impress upon it the needlessness of war. but holy shit, it was ... Read full review