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Country: 188.8.131.52, Europe, FR
City: 2.3387 , France
One of the best books I've read in quite some time. A great read for all ages, interests--if you enjoy books seeped in history, books with vibrant characters whose voices "speak" and immerse you in a specific time and place--this book is for you. The pick of the summer's great literary crop! Particularly enjoyed the ties to Thomas Wolfe--both literal and figurative--a nice added touch for those of us scouting for Easter eggs. The scene with the bear killer leaving home for the war...a natural woodsman uprooted--the scene where the preacher feels it's OK to kill in such a painful, devastating way and how his wife explains it all away--the scene where he walks the long halls and corridors both of his mind and of the inn, remembering...just awesome and wonderful to read. The characters are solid. The voices are strong. Even a quick sidebar character of a little girl on the sidewalk talking to the main character--she is made real, utterly believable. This book is a delight. You will even learn some history as the plot weaves and works it all together. I thought I knew quite a bit about the Germans held in the mountains, but there is always more to learn. Nice piece when two Germans escape and how they are found. Yes, the mountains can be cruel, and dark, and folks do disappear without a trace. And don't forget the adventuresome lady photographer out on her own quest in the mountains... much to enjoy in this book. Highly recommend it.
Bought it for my son, it is what is says.....My son and my mom seem to have a deep appreciation for this sport.