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Charles E Entrekin

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Red Mountain, Birmingham, Alabama, 1965
by Charles E Entrekin   

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Category: 

Historical Fiction

Publisher:  El Leon Literary Arts ISBN-10:  097952850X
Pages: 

297

Copyright:  May, 2008 ISBN-13:  9780979528507

A brilliantly written period piece
The south has always been viewed as more conservative as a whole versus the rest of the country - how did they deal with the cultural revolution of the 1960s? "Red Mountain: Birmingham, Alabama, 1965" is the story of a young couple of this era standing against the backwards thinking, ignorance while pushing for their own idealism, love, and sexual liberation, keystones of the era. A brilliantly written period piece, "Red Mountain: Birmingham, Alabama, 1965" is a top pick for community library collections.
amazon.com review By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA)

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A love story.  "Reading this novel, you will feel it as if it were your own life, your own wounds, being lifted up from the well of memory."
Alicia Ostriker, author of No Heaven


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An absolute page-turner.
Linda Watanabe McFerrin, author of Namako: Sea Cucumber and The Hand of Buddha

Red Mountain is a huge accomplishment.
Luke Wallin, author of Conservation Writing: Essays at the Crossroads of Nature and Culture

A gripping and enlightening read from someone who lived and breathed and wrote his way through one of America’s most tumultuous times.
Sands Hall, author of Catching Heaven

Red Mountain shows how we’re all capable of transcendence and self-transcendence, even in the worst circumstances and among our most hectic mistakes.
Louis B. Jones, author of California’s Over



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Midwest Book Review
The south has always been viewed as more conservative as a whole versus the rest of the country - how did they deal with the cultural revolution of the 1960s? "Red Mountain: Birmingham, Alabama, 1965" is the story of a young couple of this era standing against the backwards thinking, ignorance while pushing for their own idealism, love, and sexual liberation, keystones of the era. A brilliantly written period piece, "Red Mountain: Birmingham, Alabama, 1965" is a top pick for community library collections.
amazon.com review By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA)


Oakley Hall, author, WARLOCK, DOWNHILL RACER, etc.
Thanks to Charles Entrekin for this good book. The descent of Chrissy is heavy stuff, so difficult to do without sentimentality, and Entrekin handles it awfully well. There are characters here that the reader really attaches to … wants to know more about. After the novel is finished and they are long gone from the page, they linger in the mind, and one keeps wondering how they are faring.
Oakley Hall, author, Downhill Racer, Warlock, etc.



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