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Description:Genre: History / Author: Charles Frazier / Paperback / Publication Date: 2006 / Publisher: Sceptre
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Pages: 432, Edition: First Edition, Hardcover, Sceptre
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Thirteen Moons by Charles Frazier ISBN: 9780340826638 "Time fades everything. Except desire" A BIT ABOUT THE AUTHOR This is only the second novel by Charles Frazier, his first being the widely acclaimed "Cold Mountain which was not only an International best seller but also won the National Book Award in 1997. 'Cold Mountain also won the Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction and of course was made into a film as well. I haven't read 'Cold Mountain' but did enjoy the film. WHAT THE AUTHOR SAYS ABOUT HIS BOOK This is a novel that is, a work of fiction. "The geography and human history inside these ... Read the complete review
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