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I really enjoyed the book Prince of Tides I would go as far to say that it was one of my all time favorite books I was moved by a lot of the situations and controversies Conroy brought up in the stories It was a very real book and you can relate to a lot of what the author is referring to at any point in the interesting book Some of the tings that made it draw you back for more was the descriptiveness the author used Every story that Tom the main character told was so detailed and analyzed Another reason I enjoyed the book was because it was just like real life Sometimes books tend to make situations a little better so that the book will turn out better and more upbeat This was not the case in this entertaining text Real things happened to the people in the book and Pat Conroy didnt scale down or compromise the reality There was everything from abuse to rape and cheating on marriages That was what made you want to turn the page just one more time I couldnt put it down because it captivated my attention with its southern drama Tom Wingo is the main character in this book and its probably safe to say he is one of the most normal humans in the book He was a man facing many challenges in his marriage and also his sisters well being Because of a recent suicide attempt from his twin sister Savanna Tom stays the summer in New York to help his suicidal sister who is also having major hallucinations He ends up falling in love with her physiatrist Dr Lowenstien while he is telling her stories of his and Savannahs past He grew up in a small white house on the South Carolina sea coast Melrose Island also known as Collenton with his twin sister Savannah his older brother Luke his
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