The Girls Of August

The Girls Of August

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Anne Rivers Siddons's New York Times bestselling novel about four friends whose lives are forever changed by the events of one summer.

For fifteen years, four "girls of August" would gather together to spend a week at the beach, until tragedy interrupts their ritual. Now they reunite for a startling week of discoveries.

The ritual began when they were in their twenties and their husbands were in medical school, and became a mainstay of every summer thereafter. Their only criteria was oceanfront and isolation, their only desire to strengthen their far-flung friendships. They called themselves the Girls of August. But when one of the Girls dies tragically, the group slowly drifts apart and their vacations together are brought to a halt.

Years later, a new marriage reunites them and they decide to come together once again on a remote barrier island off the South Carolina coast. There, far from civilization, the women uncover secrets that will change them in ways they never expected.



Baker & Taylor
Four friends who used to meet for an annual summer beach vacation drift apart after one of their group tragically dies but reconvene years later.

Baker
& Taylor

Four friends who used to meet for an annual summer beach vacation drift apart after one of their group tragically dies but reconvene years later in the new novel from the author of Burnt Mountain. 150,000 first printing.

Publisher: [[Place of publication not identified]] :, Grand Central Publishing
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781935170952
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
text file, rda
Alternative Title: 3M Cloud library

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BeckyR21
Oct 03, 2015

Kinda boring, not much of a plot. A couple of characters are grown up mean girls. Depressing to think the sisterhood is so catty even in their 50's. :)

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Wong_Anne
Jun 09, 2015

I would classify this as "a beach read" - one that could be put down, or interrupted without too much concern. A fluffy tale that is rather forgettable.

samdog123 Feb 24, 2015

Unlike previous reviewers, I really enjoyed this book and relished the fact that it was just over 200 pages. I've never read any of this author's books before, but I will be looking for more. Kept me interested all throughout. While the characters are a bit predictable, it was done in a way that kept me reading and just enjoying the writing style.

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eigrands
Jan 13, 2015

what a colossal waste of time and paper. if I were on the island with this bunch of "girls" for even one day, I'd be swimming back to the mainland rather than wait for a boat to pick me up

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DixieWesterlin
Oct 14, 2014

I didn't care for the book very predictable, silly character named Baby, appeared to have been written quickly I too say don't waste your time.

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skippy1
Aug 23, 2014

Disappointing. Very predictable from beginning to end. Not up to her usual standard. Glad I didn't buy this one. Don't waste your time.

rakahuna Jul 17, 2014

I just finished this book and wished I was one of the Girls of August

skylars Jul 14, 2014

After waiting a year for this book to come out, very disappointed. Only 220 pages, and nothing like some of her great books from earlier years. I've read all her books, and this was her worst!

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