Bone Mountain

Eliot Pattison (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$26.99  $24.83
Publisher
St. Martins Press-3PL
Publish Date
May 01, 2004
Pages
432
Dimensions
5.5 X 1.2 X 8.5 inches | 1.25 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780312330897
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About the Author

Eliot Pattison is the author of The Skull Mantra, which won the Edgar Award and was a finalist for the Gold Dagger, as well as Water Touching Stone. Pattison is a world traveler and frequent visitor to China, and his numerous books and articles on international policy issues have been published around the world.

Reviews

"A rich and multilayered story that mirrors the complexity of the surrounding land, where few things are as they seem...Pattison takes readers to a quietly troubled part of the world and peels away at the centuries of culture that have come into conflict."
"Intense and captivating exploration of modern Tibet.... Pattison has taken an unknown world and made it come alive."
--"Library Journal"
"Pattison's densely plotted and incredibly detailed novel induces his entranced readers to care deeply about both his compelling characters and long-suffering Tibet."
--"Booklist" (Starred Review)
"Despite the number of books about Tibet, few have brought us as close to ground level awareness as Eliot Pattison has done with Bone Mountain.... Though this is a deeply reflective book, it is a true late-night, page-turner delight."
--"Chiang Mai City Life"
"Enlightening, sometimes brilliant, often moving."
--"Kirkus Reviews"
"Pattison's empathy for the cause of Tibetan independence is admirable."
--"Publishers Weekly"
Intense and captivating exploration of modern Tibet.... Pattison has taken an unknown world and made it come alive.
Pattison's densely plotted and incredibly detailed novel induces his entranced readers to care deeply about both his compelling characters and long-suffering Tibet.
Despite the number of books about Tibet, few have brought us as close to ground level awareness as Eliot Pattison has done with Bone Mountain.... Though this is a deeply reflective book, it is a true late-night, page-turner delight.
Enlightening, sometimes brilliant, often moving.
Pattison's empathy for the cause of Tibetan independence is admirable.

Intense and captivating exploration of modern Tibet.... Pattison has taken an unknown world and made it come alive. "Library Journal"

Pattison's densely plotted and incredibly detailed novel induces his entranced readers to care deeply about both his compelling characters and long-suffering Tibet. "Booklist (Starred Review)"

Despite the number of books about Tibet, few have brought us as close to ground level awareness as Eliot Pattison has done with Bone Mountain.... Though this is a deeply reflective book, it is a true late-night, page-turner delight. "Chiang Mai City Life"

Enlightening, sometimes brilliant, often moving. "Kirkus Reviews"

Pattison's empathy for the cause of Tibetan independence is admirable. "Publishers Weekly""

Intense and captivating exploration of modern Tibet.... Pattison has taken an unknown world and made it come alive. Library Journal

Pattison's densely plotted and incredibly detailed novel induces his entranced readers to care deeply about both his compelling characters and long-suffering Tibet. Booklist (Starred Review)

Despite the number of books about Tibet, few have brought us as close to ground level awareness as Eliot Pattison has done with Bone Mountain.... Though this is a deeply reflective book, it is a true late-night, page-turner delight. Chiang Mai City Life

Enlightening, sometimes brilliant, often moving. Kirkus Reviews

Pattison's empathy for the cause of Tibetan independence is admirable. Publishers Weekly

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"Intense and captivating exploration of modern Tibet.... Pattison has taken an unknown world and made it come alive." --Library Journal

"Pattison's densely plotted and incredibly detailed novel induces his entranced readers to care deeply about both his compelling characters and long-suffering Tibet." --Booklist (Starred Review)

"Despite the number of books about Tibet, few have brought us as close to ground level awareness as Eliot Pattison has done with Bone Mountain.... Though this is a deeply reflective book, it is a true late-night, page-turner delight." --Chiang Mai City Life

"Enlightening, sometimes brilliant, often moving." --Kirkus Reviews

"Pattison's empathy for the cause of Tibetan independence is admirable." --Publishers Weekly