Cold Mountain

Average vote of 268
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Winner of the 1997 National Book AwardA New York Times and Globe and Mail Notable Book of the YearCharles Frazier has created a masterpiece that is at once an enthralling adventure, a stirring love story, and a luminous evocation of a vanished land, ...Continua
Ha scritto il 07/04/14
Deludente, non trovo altra parola per descriverlo
Ci ho provato, per più di un mese. Ma non ce la posso fare. Lento, noioso, un mattone. Mi spiace mollare un libro a metà ma non fa per me, nonostante sia una storia d'Amore.. ma io di amore fino a qui ne ho respirato proprio poco.. Proverò a guardare...Continua
Ha scritto il 08/12/12

Worth reading, but not easy and quite difficult to maintain interest. I did manage to get to the end and pleased I did, but the slow pace meant it was hard work.

Rosemary Thwaite
Ha scritto il 31/01/12
Sandra Aguilera
Cold Mountain as a novel, in my opinion, although I enjoy with the romantic and dramatic novels, I have found it quite slow and lack of action. The author makes you get involved in the story, and imagine the scene and situation, but I think it´s spe...Continua
Ha scritto il 15/09/11

When fighting nature lets you come to terms with fighting against humans

Ha scritto il 17/08/11

A very long journey back to his lover, Inman died when he finally reached his goal. Beautiful lines. Boring at times. A good war story.

Ha scritto il Sep 14, 2011, 14:59
What he knew he most wanted was to disburden himself of solitude. He had become too proud of walking singular, of his oneness, his loneness.
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Ha scritto il Sep 14, 2011, 07:07
Marrying a woman for her beauty makes no more sense than eating a bird for its singing. But it’s a common mistake nonetheless.
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Ha scritto il Sep 14, 2011, 07:06
That’s just pain, she said. It goes, eventually. And when it’s gone, there’s no lasting memory. Not the worst of it anyway. It fades. Our minds aren’t made to hold on to the particulars of pain the way we do bliss.
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Ha scritto il Sep 14, 2011, 07:06
It was easy enough to say, as Monroe often had, that the path to contentment was to abide by one’s own nature and follow its path. Such she believed to be true. But if one had not the slightest hint toward fading what one’s nature was, then even step...Continua
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