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eBook Lighthouse (St. Simons Trilogy, Volume one) ePub
Author: Eugenia Price
Language: English
ISBN: 0739404148
ISBN13: 978-7394041482
Publisher: Providence House Publishers; Commemorative edition (1999)
Pages: 289
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 467
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ePub file: 1583 kb
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It was there that he longed to build bridges and lighthouses from his very own design and plans.

Raised in post-Revolution Granville, Massachusetts, Gould could only imagine the beauty and warmth of lands to the south. It was there that he longed to build bridges and lighthouses from his very own design and plans.

Eugenia Price made St. Simons Island her home during the latter years of her life. This is the first of the St. Simons' trilogy. When I first read this book I was likely still living in New England, had not been anywhere else yet. Now I have lived away for over a decade (this time) and long for home.

February 1992 : USA Hardback.

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Turner Publishing Company. My church book club, Page Turners, picked Eugenia Price's novel, Lighthouse, for our September selection because it is considered a classic for those interested in the historic South and in particular the coast of Georgia. The novel was the third book written by Price, but chronologically it is first in her St. Simon's Trilogy. Set in the years following the American Revolution and filled with real people and places, this is a must read for fans of historical fiction

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Commemorative Edition and the first novel in the St. Simons Triology. Eugenia Price June 22, 1916 - May 28, 1996
I had heard about Eugenia Price and read a couple of her books. Then I read about this series and was thrilled as I read each book in
the series. Ms. Price keeps your attention and you just do not want to put the books down. The characters are based on people who
lived in that time period and in the area. The historical parts made me want to go to St. Simons Island, which my husband and I did.
Her writing was so accurate, you felt like you had already been there when you arrived. I think I have most of the books Ms. Price has
written. The reason I ordered this book from Amazon is because when I went to get my copy it was missing, suppose I had loaned it
and it had never been returned. So I was very pleased that you had copies of "Lighthouse" Thank you. Sara Burk
This is the second time I have read this trilogy and loved it all over again. It initiated a lovely trip to St. Simons Island to see their graves and learn some more about the time of the contained in the novels. It also is a very clean novel and doesn't need profanity to emphasize emotions. The Christian attitude pervades the trilogy but does not overwhelm the reader. Loved them!
What a great read . Having been to St.Simons Island made this story extra special. Everyone should read this book, and I plan to read the next two books. She explains the island as is and I felt like I was walking along looking at the trees with moss hanging fighting off the insects . It has so much history it is breathtaking.
I got this book because we had spent time on St. Simons, last year and it was a recommended book. It was a slow start but once you get though the first few chapters a good book. It's how what pride in oneself can do to a person, but also is a good account of the history of the island at that time. I look forward to reading the rest of the trilogy.
Thanks to the bookseller, Words-of-the-Wise; quick delivery and book was in condition as described. This is a great story about James Gould and his dream of building the lighthouse on St. Simons Island. He didn't think his dream would ever come true and all but gave up on it, but with hard work and support from his wife, he makes a go of it and, well, get the book and find out for yourself... a truly great book!
In her inestimable way of connecting the reader to the character, Eugenia Price has made me a happy reader again. I thought I had read all of her novels, but was SO pleased to find this Saint Simons Trilogy on Amazon. A completely enjoyable read, and the others will be too !!
This was my first encounter with the author and it was memorable. I love history and she weaves a story with the local history of St Simons Island to perfection. I had just visited this area when I found these books - a trilogy - so I was already familiar with the characters of the book. I could pictures all her descriptions of the island as a remote area that encompassed the good and bad of the early south. Once you have read the first of the trilogy, you will have to read the other two. Keep the tissue box handy.
Loved this. Very interesting. I have been to St. Simmons so it is awesome to learn its history!
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