Book Reviews of King's Oak

King's Oak
King's Oak
Author: Anne Rivers Siddons
ISBN-13: 9780061099274
ISBN-10: 0061099279
Publication Date: 9/15/1991
Pages: 608
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Leaving behind a bad marriage Andy Calhoun moves to a smalll town in Georgia to start over wuith her daughter. But she never planned on Tom Dabney, poet, teacher who is stowed away in the woods and swaps of Georgia. Come see the excitement when someone tries to poison Tom's beloved woods. Andy falls head over heals for Tom and her daughter absolutely loves him.
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I Love all of Siddon's books - and this is as good as any of them.
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I enjoyed it very much!
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This is one of my favorite Anne Rivers Siddon's books. A novel set in Georgia that combines suspense and an environmental mystery. I almost hate to swap it.
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A women fleeing a disastrous marriage moves to a small town in Georgia seeking solitude & serenity, only to find her life getting entwined with the local iconoclast.
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This is a great book if you like the writings of Anne Rives Siddons.
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anne rivers siddon again at her best. she weaves her story so well through the lives of her characters.
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Not for everyone, but I really liked it. A little overlong sometimes, but if you enjoy rich descriptions that really get you into the setting, not too much.
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This is an excellent book-well written and thought provoking.
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An excellent book on the environment and one man's love of his land and how he tries to save it.
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Leaving behind a disastrous marriage, Diaana "Andy" Calhoun moves to the small town of Pemberton, Georgia, "in search of banality." What she discovers, though, is not serenity, but Tom Dabney, a passionate and magical man.

An exuberant poet who worships the wilderness surrounding Pemberton, Tom is everything Andy doesn't need in her life right now. But despite warnings from friends, Andy is soon deeply immersed in Tom's life and his world...a world he will do anything to protect. When Tom declares war on the enemy poisoning his woods, it becomes clear that Andy must choose between her life with Tom and the one she left behind - if Pemberton society will take her back.
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Leaving behind a disastrous marriage, Andy Calhoun moves to the small town of Pemberton, Georgia, "in search of banality." What she discovers, though, is not serenity but Tom Dabney, a passionate and magical man.

An exuberant poet who worships the wilderness surrounding Pemberton, Tom is everything Andy doesn't need in her life right now. But despite warnings from friends, Andy is soon deeply immersed in Tom's life and his world...a world he will do anything to protect. When Tom declares war on the enemy poisoning his woods, it becomes clear that Andy must choose between her life with Tom and the one she left behind...if Pemberton society will take her back.
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Leaving behind a disastrous marriage, Andy Calhoun moves to the small town of Pemberton, Ga, "in search of banality." What she discovers, though, is not serenity, but Tom Dabney, a passionate and magical man. He is everything she doesn't need in her life.