Peachtree Road

Peachtree Road

by Anne Rivers Siddons
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Peachtree Road 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
jllfromnewyork More than 1 year ago
Peachtree Road is one of my favorite books. After I finished it, I wanted to read everything Anne Rivers Siddon wrote. Colony was good, but none of Siddens' books holds a candle to this one. I loved the writing, the story, and most of all the characters. If you want a good beach read, take this book with you. It's so good that it leaves you wanting for more. Sadly,they're hard to find.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was one of the best novels I have read. I enjoyed the characters and the way they were developed. I hated to come to the end.
CSBE More than 1 year ago
I just finished Peachtree last night and it left me in tears. The book is a fantastic tale about the South and the people who thrive and are maimed there. I know its long and it takes a couple chapters to really get into but once you do...My God its great. I love how the length allows you to grow with the characters and really see how they chang, some much more drastically than others. The ending is incredibly shocking to say the least and pulls hard on your heart strings. Its almost nostalgic at some parts at the end and the phrase "Stick it in your ear" will always haunt me. 5 stars.
scnole More than 1 year ago
Anne Rivers Siddons is one of my favorite authors. This is my favorite of all the books I have read by Ms. Siddons. It is a perfect Southern coming of age story. Loved it!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Peachtree Road is one of Ms. Siddons best. The writing is precise without a wasted word or thought. The story takes many twists and turns along the way which cannot be anticipated. The book shows the anguish of love and need. Ms. Siddons sets up anticipation in the first chapter which is not answered until the last few pages. Definitely, this is a book worth reading.
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This novel is a wonderful tale of a girl's 'coming of age' through the 60's in a prudish high Atlanta society, where everyone is against her for her outlandish ways. For anyone who suffered through numerous 'growing pains,' this is a definite 'must read.'
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best works of fiction I have ever read. It is a very touching story. I could'nt put it down.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read all of her books, and this one is my favorite.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Having grown up at the time and place of this novel, I thoroughly enjoyed it. The authors details of Buckhead, Ga, made me think I might have gone to high school with her. Recommended for any one from Atlanta that grew up in the 50's & 60's.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There is only one word to describe this book--tiresome!! Entirely too much description for the reader to endure. Save your time and money and pass on this book.