BEACH MUSICEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
The latest in Conroy's output of overwrought, overwritten family sagas (Prince of Tides, 1986, etc.): a sprawling, oversized beach read with the loftiest of intentions. Jack McCall is a wisecracking but tenderhearted travel/food writer with a painful past. After his beloved wife and high-school sweetheart Shyla leaps to her death from a bridge, he flees to Rome with their infant daughter ... Read full review
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Pat Conroy has to be the best yet at story telling, allowing the reader to visualize it and feel like they are eavesdropping on the conversations of others. Beach Music could very easily be my very favorite book of all time.
Review: Beach MusicUser Review - Elizabeth - Goodreads
I can count on one hand the number of books that have made me cry. This is one of them. I chose this book because its cold here in Minnesota this time of year and I wanted to be whisked back to warm ... Read full review
Review: Beach MusicUser Review - Tabitha McGowan - Goodreads
I originally gave this 4 stars. Then I realised I had read it 5 times, cried, laughed, and quoted it on many occasions. At times it's overblown and ridiculous, and I got cross at some of the ... Read full review