What makes it so appealing is the voice of Will Cooper, which is potent, wry, insightful and utterly convincing . . . as rich a fiction as it is an eventful one.
Its narrative has a thoroughly human scale and informs just as much as it moves and entertains
The history that Frazier hauntingly unwinds through Will is as melodic as it is melancholy, but the sublime love story is the narrative's true heart.
A novel whose prose is so carefully wrought that it reads like fragments of a long poem.
Frazier is a timeless master magician who renders the texture of the landscape, emotion and history all excruciatingly real
It is this meeting of two conflicting ideas of personal and social history that gives Thirteen Moons its great wisdom. . . alive with wonder and adventure. Frazier is a wonderfully sensual writer