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First of all I will have to say that I loved this book from beginning to end.
Growing up in the Appalachian mountains in the coal-mining region of SW Virginia, as the daughter and granddaughter of coal miners, this book hit close to home.
Denise Giardina was able to capture the nature of the human spirit in her novel.
Fantastic book! moving and emotionally gripping, the dialect and pacing of the book quickly draw you into the immense struggle these characters face.Published 1 month ago by James Simmons
I read,a lot of Appalachian stories. The people,are hard scrabble real. They love their land but circumstances force them to compromise so much. Read morePublished 1 month ago by buckhill
I needed this book for a literature review I have to do for my APP 200 class. FYI: I buy all of me EKU textbooks on this site, and other things I need for college as well!Published 3 months ago by Sarah Courtney Rose
Book came on time in great condition and I love the large print. I am reading this book now and thoroughly enjoy every page..Published 5 months ago by LailDeb
Pulitzer prize material. Strong writing about an important time in our history. I recommend it to everyone. The themes are still relevant and being played out today.Published 8 months ago by The Phoenix
Great book. Gives an in-depth (and pretty accurate) account of the struggles between the wealthy coal barons of West Virginia and the miners' efforts to unionize for better working... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sunlion
I love historical fiction. I thought storming thunder was overall great. A little slow in the middle but the author does a wonderful job weaving a story into this interesting time... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bunny
This book is ok. I would not recommend it. There are things in it that I did not realize happened in our country. I would not buy it again though.Published 16 months ago by Dinah Farrington
I am about to graduate with a Masters in Social Work degree. One of the last courses I took was called the Appalachian Cultural Experience, and I did a presentation on this book. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer