Thirteen Moons

by Charles Frazier | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0340826614 Global Overview for this book
Registered by 300dogs of Jackson, New Jersey USA on 6/22/2009
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4 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by 300dogs from Jackson, New Jersey USA on Monday, June 22, 2009
If you are new to BookCrossing and found this book and this site, welcome! Enjoy the site, the book and hopefully the BookCrossing community. I hope you'll join BookCrossing (it doesn't cost anything to join!)—and if you do, please consider using me, 300dogs, as the member who referred you. If you prefer, you can remain anonymous.
Either way, I hope you'll journal so all the previous and future readers can track this book's journey. You can post now saying that you’ve found the book. Then after you’ve read it, come back here; tell us your opinion of the book if you’d like; and let us know when and where the book is going next. Again, welcome, happy reading, and happy BookCrossing!

If you are already familiar with BookCrossing, thanks for picking up this book!! Enjoy!!

Released 9 yrs ago (6/18/2010 UTC) at Mailed to next particpant in by mail, A Bookbox -- Controlled Releases


Included in Trekwoman's East Coast Never Been Boxed Bookbox. Happy travels!

Journal Entry 3 by wingNancyNovawing at Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Sunday, June 27, 2010
From trekwoman's never been boxed book box. Read Cold Mountain - hope this one is as good.

Journal Entry 4 by wingNancyNovawing at Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Saturday, September 04, 2010
changed to reserved for a rabck

Journal Entry 5 by wingNancyNovawing at Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Wednesday, November 17, 2010
back to tbr

Journal Entry 6 by wingNancyNovawing at Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Saturday, March 25, 2017
trekwoman's bookbox; Glad the author too poetic licensure with a real person to create this excellent fiction. Orphaned Will is sent to be bound to run a trading post at the edge of the Cherokee Nation (which is in the Applachian Mountains). He meets an Indian, Featherstone, believes he wins the man's daughter Claire in a card game and is befriended by Cherokee chief Bear. Gorgous details of the region, it's development, and the fight with Washington to preserve the Indian land during the 1800's. Thirteen moons refers to the Cherokee calendar, which has the 13 different moons in the yearly cycle. This will move along in the "T" title bookring.

Released 2 yrs ago (5/15/2017 UTC) at ~ Iwillrejoice's ABC (Alphabet) Bookrings - US version, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- USA


Heading out in the "T" bookring. Enjoy!

Journal Entry 8 by wingbooklady331wing at Cape Coral, Florida USA on Monday, May 22, 2017
This arrived in Iwillrejoice's "T" title bookring. I have read both of the books, but I loved this book. I picked it to find a new reader.

Journal Entry 9 by wingbooklady331wing at Cape Coral, Florida USA on Thursday, June 01, 2017

Released 2 yrs ago (6/1/2017 UTC) at Cape Coral, Florida USA


Enjoy! KTM RABCK to hotflash. It was on her wish list.

Journal Entry 10 by LynnWrites at Tucson, Arizona USA on Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Found this in my mailbox upon return from a short trip. Nice surprise. This book was a RABCK from Booklady331. Promise to journal once read (might take awhile), and then I'll pass it along to someone else.

Journal Entry 11 by LynnWrites at Tucson, Arizona USA on Thursday, September 28, 2017
No one is more surprised than me that I thoroughly enjoyed this book; in fact, once started, I could barely put it down. The subject matter – a very learned man looking back on a long life lived from post-revolutionary through post-civil war America, with one foot in the world of the Cherokee nation and one in white America--would usually not interest me. Described as such, I would have passed, and would have missed out on an excellent, well-written, absorbing tale. Lesson here - read out of your comfort zone.

The author’s style lies somewhere between Mark Twain and Annie Dillard, or maybe Barbara Kingsolver: folksy, but with an analytical, intelligent voice; insightful and philosophical; humorous with a satirical edge; gossipy but juicy and witty… just a great read from cover to cover. His descriptions of the rugged countryside, the Cherokee people, survival in the wilderness, war and its insanities, are poignant, frightening, and beautiful all at the same time. His insights into human nature and understanding of the follies of the political machine make you wish the main character, Will Cooper, was running for office today.

Can’t recommend this book highly enough.

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