☆ People Of The Valley || ✓ PDF Read by ☆ Frank Waters

  • Title: People Of The Valley
  • Author: Frank Waters
  • ISBN: 9780804002431
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback

  • One of Frank Waters s most popular novels, People of the Valley takes place high in the Sangre de Cristo mountains where an isolated Spanish speaking people confront a threatening world of change.
    Frank Waters
    Frank Waters Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the People Of The Valley book, this is one of the most wanted Frank Waters author readers around the world.


    Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance
    I learned about Frank Waters while I was visiting New Mexico. I stayed at the Frank Waters room at the Mabel Dodge Luhan House in Taos, and I was curious to find out more about this New Mexican author. I visited the Taos Book Gallery and found this fiction book along with a nonfiction book by Waters. I read both this book and his other book during my travels in New Mexico, registered both of them at BookCrossing, and released them.People of the Valley is a wise story of a woman, Dona Maria of th [...]

    As a part time resident of Taos, Frank Waters is a must read. In People of the Valley, he creates wise Maria of the Valley. This passage in the book really stuck with me: " a child looks at life as a wolf at the trail of his quarry. He has no sense of the past, only a hunger to devour the futurehe soon stops and raises his head. He sniffs the wind. He observes the signsHe listens to the world around him.He is at middle age. Having memory, he can see the part of the trail behind him as well as th [...]

    I read this book in college, but I don't think I was wise enough to understand it's meaning. To me this book is so meaningful in this time of political unrest. The message to the reader is that we should be careful to truly understand what promises are being made and what sacrifices might be asked of us. Nothing is as simple as it seems and there are always consequences to decisions we make and many times those consequences will be very painful and lead us away from what our hopes were in the fi [...]

    This book is a little slow and the character development is too one dimensional. Despite this, the the prose is nice and the imagery conjures up a very pleasing aesthetic. I'll probably continue to read Waters every once in a while, his work is surprisingly fun despite the relative absence of plot. He is able to breathe the mysticism of the southwest into his work, and while the journey isn't exciting per se, it is quite enjoyable.

    How did I miss this author? I picked this up in the library, and what a great book. I am so impressed that I did some exploration of the author, only to discover that he has passed, but has written a wealth of great things. HOW DID I MISS THIS?My high school spanish is coming in handy

    How did I ever miss this lyrical book for so long in my life? Anyway, I am glad I finally read this one. It is a poetic read that captures the interplay of two peoples, two ways of being, encountering one another. The descriptions of the land are thoughtful and vivid. It is a book I will treasure, long remember, and it will rank as one of my favorites.

    If you ever lived in Mora Valley New Mexico this is a book that you can identify with. I read this just because there isn't much written about Mora and just because I really liked living there.

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      Published :2018-07-20T23:18:29+00:00