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From the PublisherSally Eckhoff New York Newsday As welcome as rain on a parched garden.
Howard Norman National Book Award finalist for The Bird Artist In Chris Bohjalian's wise, splendid book, we hear the echo and avalanche made when centuries collide. One of the most elegantly philosophical, urgent — yet somehow timeless — novels of these perilous times.
Cathie Pelletier author of Beaming Sonny Home A bewitching tale from New England by a writer with a generous heart for his subjects, and respect for a landscape he clearly loves. Chris Bohjalian's voice is as steady and sure as Vermont rain.
Alan Cheuse All Things Considered, National Public Radio I was charmed by the mixture of country lore and planning boards, new age witches and old-fashioned family duties....For anyone interested in the way that we live with the land, on the land, today, this novel makes for a thoughtful evening or two of entertaining reading.
Eileen Pollack The Washington Post Book World Anyone whose family is divided between conservatives and liberals will squirm with recognition....Anyone who has enjoyed the pretension to being an insider in a capital city — be it Montpelier or Washington — will laugh uncomfortably.
Carol McCabe Providence Journal Bohjalian's book is as beautifully made as a Windsor chair, as comforting as a long woodpile in October, and as flavorful as a Northern Spy apple.