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Sullivan's Island by Dorothea Benton Frank
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Aug 02, 11

Sullivan's Island was a fun, generally lighthearted read full of Southern island culture. The characters and situations seemed realistic overall, and it was easy to like and root for the protagonist. The book strikes a nice balance of laugh-out-loud and somber moments, and the dialogue between characters is snappy. (Even though very few people are this witty at a moment's notice, and certainly a whole legion of people wouldn't be, the dialogue is highly entertaining.) No deep philosophical insights here, but a good read when you're looking for something for a decent story and a brief island getaway.

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