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Cold Mountain In , Charles Frazier S Debut Novel Cold Mountain Made Publishing History When It Sailed To The Top Of The New York Times Best Seller List For Sixty One Weeks, Won Numerous Literary Awards, Including The National Book Award, And Went On To Sell Over Three Million Copies Now, The Beloved American Epic Returns, Reissued By Grove Press To Coincide With The Publication Of Frazier S Eagerly Anticipated Second Novel, Thirteen Moons, Sorely Wounded And Fatally Disillusioned In The Fighting At Petersburg, A Confederate Soldier Named Inman Decides To Walk Back To His Home In The Blue Ridge Mountains To Ada, The Woman He Loves His Trek Across The Disintegrating South Brings Him Into Intimate And Sometimes Lethal Converse With Slaves And Marauders, Bounty Hunters And Witches, Both Helpful And Malign At The Same Time, The Intrepid Ada Is Trying To Revive Her Father S Derelict Farm And Learning To Survive In A World Where The Old Certainties Have Been Swept Away As It Interweaves Their Stories, Cold Mountain Asserts Itself As An Authentic Odyssey, Hugely Powerful, Majestically Lovely, And Keenly Moving


About the Author: Charles Frazier

Charles Frazier is an award winning author of American historical fiction His literary corpus, to date, is comprised of three New York Times best selling novels Nightwoods 2011 , Thirteen Moons 2006 , and Cold Mountain 1997 winner of the National Book Award for Fiction Librarian Note There are multiple authors in the goodreads database with this name.



10 thoughts on “Cold Mountain

  1. says:

    Cold Mountain is quite possibly the most beautiful book that I ve ever read It s not for the faint of heart, however, as it s time consuming and requires a great deal of patience as Frazier takes his time with his descriptions of the landscape and the people as Inman, a soldier broken in spirit by the fut


  2. says:

    Be strong, saith my heart I am a soldier I have seen worse sights than this Homer, The OdysseyHaving recently read The Odyssey, I was prompted by Goodreads friend, JulieGrippo, to go on this journey namely, Homer s epic voyage transposed to the terrain of 19th century North America.Inman not as h


  3. says:

    Considering the widespread acclaim this book and its subsequent film adaptation have received, I m reluctant to write a negative review Still, a dissenting opinion at least makes for an interesting read This was absolutely the most boring book I have ever read It took me about a year to finish it, because every time I tr


  4. says:

    Did not like it Although it has an interesting structure and pretext, it is so intellectualized that it is hard to care about the characters at all It seems like Frazier is interested in showing off than in writing a gripping work of fiction.


  5. says:

    How long would you wait for your lover, if you knew not whether they were alive, and you yourself had changed almost beyond recognition This is a beautiful, understated, unsentimental Odyssey of quiet longing, endurance, and transformation This journey will be the axle of my life. Inman s journey is across hundreds of dangerous m


  6. says:

    You ve probably seen the movie made from this book.It was a fine movie It won Oscars.But it cannot begin to capture the truly spectacular parts of this story because they are not the surface level narratives that make it onto the big screen.Before you can truly appreciate the quality of this book, you need to be familiar with at least Homer s O


  7. says:

    The best way I could find to describe the book is the American Civil War version of the Odyssey, with Inman as the wandering hero trying to find his way back home to the North Carolina Appallachians, and Ada as his Penelope tending the home fires This is an oversimplification, but the epic scope is there, the perilous journey, the oddball characters me


  8. says:

    i nearly plucked my own eyes from my skull in frustration.the dullity was like another character in the story, grimly tugging at my sleeve to expound at length on the state of his bunion, and what it meant in relation to the larger struggle of humanity to achieve some fool thing or another.very, very slowly.


  9. says:

    Is it long Yes Does it sometimes take entire paragraphs or chapters to describe the scope of the landscape Yes Is it entirely worth it Yes This book is best described as an epicfor those that felt it was too long or boring, have you ever read The Odyssey The comparison is made for a reason This is not a book you take to the beach and read on vacationthis is a book you


  10. says:

    Stunning This book is the perfect example of timing being everything I tried to read this book when it was first released and I don t think I got passed the first 25 pages I tried again after I saw the movie with the same outcome Fast forward to 2016, the book obviously hasns t changed but I am a completely different reader and I LOVED this book I m pretty generous with 5 sta


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