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To See Your Face Again (Savannah Quartet #2)

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With a compelling mix of historical personalities and fictional characters, Eugenia Price paints a vivid portrait of the Old South that has enchanted tens of millions of readers worldwide. To See Your Face Again, the second book in the Savannah Quartet, continues the story of the Browning and Mackay families with the attention to detail, sympathy for humanity, and intimate
Paperback, 512 pages
Published April 15th 1997 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published 1985)
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Where I got the book: review copy provided by publisher. My feature article on the Savannah Quartet appears on the Historical Novel Society website.

This second novel of the Savannah Quartet begins with a disaster, so heavily foreshadowed pretty much from the beginning that I don’t feel I’m being spoilerish telling you about it. The melodrama quotient climbs to stratospheric levels as Natalie Browning struggles to survive and falls in love at the same time. Much of the rest of the novel is about
Mark Browning was part of a group of financial backers for the Pulaski, an ocean-going steamship. Mark's 16yr old daughter Natalie was among the passengers on an ill-fated voyage from Savannah to Baltimore, MD. On the voyage, Natalie met Burke Latimer and fell head-over-heels in love. When catastrophe struck during the overnight at sea, Burke and Natalie are among the few survivors - spending 5 days together afloat on a makeshift raft. After their rescue, Natalie is determined to marry him, but ...more
Susannah Sanford mcdaniel
Strange comparison, I know, but bear with me. You know how the movie Ocean's 12 felt just a little forced after the enjoyment of Ocean's 11? You still liked it well enough and were interested enough to watch Ocean's 13 when it came out a year later, but something just felt...not quite as awesome?

That's how I feel about this book. The first Savannah book was surprisingly delightful. This one was mostly delightful, with a touch of disbelief at the number of major plot moments. There's an over-dram
Nancy Ellis
Continuing the story of the Mackays, Brownings, and friends, this book expands their territory, so to speak, to "upcountry" Georgia where, following the shameful expulsion of the Cherokee people, white settlers are rushing to buy beautiful landholdings. I did find the main character, Natalie, extremely annoying, being such a spoiled brat, and wanted to slap her so many times, but the story line worked out in the end, and it was a totally enjoyable read! :)
Corinne Kennedy
Love reading Eugenia! She does a great job in telling a historical romance story.
Dec 01, 2007 Graceann rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: historical fiction fans
The second book in the Savannah Quartet - this volume concentrating on the adventures of Mark Browning's daughter as she starts a new life in the Northwestern mountains of Georgia.
If only I would had read the first book but Eugenia Price has a way of writing about people whom lived in St Simons, Savannah etc seem real whom started this beautiful state.
The second, and if memory serves the weakest of the 4 books in this series, is still very entertaining and holds interest. It sets up the remaining 2 books well.
Jeremy Wood
the main character whines too much, but she captures the soul of the 19th century south so well
Redonna Leckie
I have read this book twice and loved it both times.
Kept my detailed to history. Intriguing.
Note: Savannah Quartete Book 3
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Price was born into a middle class family in Charleston, West Virginia. Her father, Walter Price, was a dentist. At the age of ten Eugenia decided that she wanted to be a writer, an ambition encouraged by her mother Anna. She submitted a poem to her school's literary magazine. In 1932 she graduated from high school, declared herself an atheist and decided to pursue a career in dentistry instead of ...more
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