This is a book review on Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by Jim Williams. The second chapter is about how the author/narrator decided to shift to Savannah Georgia at least for a short time, according to the author it was an incident at a trendy restraint where he was discussing the menu with a waiter.
The second chapter is about how the author/narrator decided to shift to Savannah Georgia at least for a short time, according to the author it was an incident at a trendy restraint where he was discussing the menu with a waiter, that it struck him that the price of a meal was equal to a flight to Louisville Kentucky and other cities at the same distance3, so he decided with his friends to visit these cities every weekend, on one of his visits in Charleston South Carolina, he found out that Savannah was quite near.
He recounts different images which he had always associated with Savannah the city, first was Treasure Island and the death of Long John Silver in Savannah, followed by a news item about an unruly woman and thirdly the musician Johnny Mercer who was born in Savannah. So when he decided to go to Savannah he really did not know what to expect. There was no major freeway connecting Charleston to Savannah so he took the smaller road and as he approached the city he was surprised to find hat it was enclave to the sea.
he describes in vivid details the first impression of the city. In Savannah he met with Mary Harty who was waiting for him when he got there. She pointed out to him that the city was divided into twenty one squares and each square was unique. She also told him that Savannah is different because unlike other cities it has not changed much as it has not allowed outside influences to change the thinking of its people. The unique location and the people of the city have been detached from other parts of the country. But at the same time she says that they are the most hospitable people too.
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