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I would recommend this book to everyone. I especially like how it celebrates Kentucky, my home. The writing is so good. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jim Moore
I rarely read fiction, but I was watching a book review on KETV one evening and the reviews were so positive I thought I would try it and I was not disappointed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Another unsentimental but gorgeous and poetic lovesong to Kentucky, another Faulkner-esque family to reveal the socio-political climate of the South. Worth your time in every way.Published 5 months ago by tracy jo ingram
Clay's Quilt has some fine characters, but Clay himself isn't one of them. The author leaves out his experience of working in the coal mine, which seems like a major hole. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S. Dressel
I thought this book would never "get going". If I hadn't been reading it for a book club, I would never have finished it. However, I am glad that I did finish. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elizabeth Faw
I enjoyed this book tremendously. I had visited the area several years ago, however, could not understand or appreciate what the people in coal country have had to deal with.Published 9 months ago by Carole Cliborne
Silas House did a fine job and this book is a well springing full of life to those that read it.Published 9 months ago by Tony
Good flow,interesting people.always like books written about mountain people.this is a book that you can relate to anytime,any place.i love books about people that seem real.Published 10 months ago by Gloria Hargrave