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Low Country by Anne Rivers Siddons
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Jun 06, 2012

What began as just a simple 'beach read' (What better place to read about South Carolina's Low Country than while vacationing on the Coast?) turned into much more than just that. Anne Rivers Siddons' tale of the opulence of resort-life contrasted magnificently with the historically-based Gullah life on the fictitious Peacock Island over the span of these quick-paced 460 pages. More than just relying on colorful descriptions of the land and the culture of the South, Siddons drew her reader in with complex story lines of biological and extended families and the loyalties that both held them together and drove them apart.

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