A “Brilliant” (Newsweek) human drama, in response to a real tale, from the popular writer of The Prince of Tides and The Nice Santini
The island is just about abandoned, haunting, gorgeous. Throughout a slip of ocean lies South Carolina. However for the handful of households on Yamacraw Island, The us is a global away. For years the folks right here lived proudly from the ocean, However now its waters don’t seem to be secure. Waste from business threatens their very lifestyles except, by some means, they may be able to be informed a brand new means. However they are going to be informed not anything with out somebody to show them, and their college has no trainer—till one guy provides a yr of his lifestyles to the island and its other folks.
Praise for The Water Is Wide
“Brilliant . . . an enjoy of pleasure.”—Newsweek
“A powerfully transferring e book . . . You’ll chuckle, You’ll weep, You’ll be proud and You’ll rail . . . and You’ll discover ways to love the person.”—Charleston Information and Courier
“A hell of a excellent tale.”—The New York Times
“Few novelists write as neatly, and none as superbly.”—Lexington Usher in-Leader
“[Pat] Conroy cuts via his studies with a pointy fringe of irony. . . . He brings emotion, writing ability and anger to his tale.”—Baltimore Sun