Review: COLD MOUNTAIN by Charles Frazier

Moored at Sea recently read and reviewed Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier for the U.S. Civil War Reading Challenge 2011.  Here’s a snippet:

“I just recently finished the book “Cold Mountain”, a book concerning several people in the South during the Civil War (as a side note, I found the storyline about the man kind of dull and overcooked – I am curious is me and my proclivities, or if other people felt this way?). Two of these people, Ada and Ruby, are women living in a little town in the Blue Ridge Mountains. It’s deep into the war, at the point when almost all men are engaged in the war, and the women are, as it were, left behind doing the work they’ve always done, plus the work, in their case, of running a farm.”

Read the full review.

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