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The Lords of Discipline (Paperback)
A Wall Street Journal Book Club pick The acclaimed bestseller about upheaval at a Southern military academy, hailed by Larry King as an American classic, by the legendary author of The Prince of Tides and The Great Santini
In this powerful, mesmerizing, and acclaimed bestseller, Pat Conroy sweeps us into the turbulent world of four young men friends, cadets, and blood brothers and their days of hazing, heartbreak, pride, betrayal, and, ultimately, humanity. We go deep into the heart of the novel's hero, Will McLean, a rebellious outsider with his own personal code of honor who is battling into manhood the hard way. Immersed in a poignant love affair with a haunting beauty, Will must boldly confront the terrifying injustice of a corrupt institution as he struggles to expose a mysterious group known as The Ten.
Praise for The Lords of Discipline
If you are reading another book when you begin The Lords of Discipline, prepare to set it aside. The Denver Post
A work of enormous power, passion, humor, and wisdom that] sweeps the reader along on a great tide of honest, throbbing emotion. The Washington Star
Few novelists write as well, and none as beautifully. Lexington Herald-Leader
About the Author
Pat Conroy (1945 2016) was the author of The Boo, The Water Is Wide, The Great Santini, The Lords of Discipline, The Prince of Tides, Beach Music, The Pat Conroy Cookbook: Recipes of My Life, My Losing Season, South of Broad, My Reading Life, and The Death of Santini."
“If you are reading another book when you begin The Lords of Discipline, prepare to set it aside.”—The Denver Post
“Reading Pat Conroy is like watching Michelangelo paint the Sistine Chapel.”—Houston Chronicle
“The Lords Of Discipline is, simply, an American classic.”—Larry King
“A work of enormous power, passion, humor, and wisdom [that] sweeps the reader along on a great tide of honest, throbbing emotion.”—The Washington Star
“Few novelists write as well, and none as beautifully.”—Lexington Herald-Leader