Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Blog Tour: Last Light Over Carolina by Mary Alice Monroe

Last Light Over Carolina Cover
Sadly, I was unable to get this book reviewed in time for today, but I will review it!!! Here's the book synopsis:

In LAST LIGHT, New York Times bestseller Monroe tells the haunting and touching story of a longtime shrimp boat captain and his wife of thirty years the day his boat goes missing at sea. Pat Conroy once said that “every book that Mary Alice Monroe has written has felt like a homecoming to me,” and Anne River Siddons wrote that “Monroe’s voice is strong and true.” Now, once again, Monroe brings the South to life with a lyrical and evocative story about past mistakes and second chances.

And be sure to check Jennifer's review...she really loved this book making me all the more upset that I've been unable to read it yet.

Last Light Over Carolina is available in stores today!



Sandy Nawrot said...

No worries...get to it when you can. Hearing that this author's writing is a homecoming to Pat Conroy is all I need to hear. I can almost imagine it. I've always loved the essence of "Outer Banks" and the life of a shrimper, which is what Conroy is known for.

bermudaonion said...

I think you'll love this one when you do get to it.

Beth F said...

That's okay. It happens to us all.

Dawn - She is Too Fond of Books said...

Don't fret - you have a lot on your plate (OK, bad idiom for someone on Game On Diet!)

I read a great review over at BermudaOnion, too.

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