Walking to Gatlinburg

Walking to Gatlinburg

by Howard Frank Mosher
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Walking to Gatlinburg 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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Vermont More than 1 year ago
For me this was a I can't wait to get back to reading it book.
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This is the best American adventure books I've read since The Travels of Jaime McPheeters. But I have one question. What in the novel in historical fact, and what is very good and very entertaining fiction? As I've read I've tried looking up various people, places, and facts, and keep coming up blank. The novel is wonderful, but I wish there was a bibliography, a suggested additional reading list, or even a brief explanation of what is real, and what is not.
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taconichillsgirl More than 1 year ago
I have been impatiently waiting to read this book since I first heard about it in mid-2007. Mosher's writing is filled with the inspiration and ironies of life in rural, mountain communities of the northeastern United States. I highly recommend his novels from past years as background for his upcoming one. They are recalled in the same way as folk tales from our youth, with an emphasis on the power of community, place and imagination. If you have ever enjoyed sitting on the porch with your father during a thunderstorm while he relayed the tales of Washington Irving, then I believe you will also relish the tales of Howard Frank Mosher.
TheDon More than 1 year ago
I read more than one book per week and this one has to have been the worst I've read in years. It was a mixture of Deerslayer and Alice in Wonderland. Totally absurd and unbelievable with bizarre and unlikely plot twists. I certainly do not recommend it to any serious reader.