Ghost at the Loom

T. Zachary Cotler

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Ghost at the Loom

Ghost at the Loom By T. Zachary Cotler Ghost at the Loom In this searing and beautiful novel Rider Sonnenreich a young poet retrieves memories of wild acts of imagination that once bound his sister Leya and him together Retracing the travels of long dead

  • Title: Ghost at the Loom
  • Author: T. Zachary Cotler
  • ISBN: 9781849822459
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ghost at the Loom By T. Zachary Cotler In this searing and beautiful novel, Rider Sonnenreich, a young poet, retrieves memories of wild acts of imagination that once bound his sister Leya and him together Retracing the travels of long dead poets in Europe, Rider looks for Leya, but can t be sure who or what he will find in the end Among restless cosmopolitans and enigmatic wanderers, he tries to sort the realIn this searing and beautiful novel, Rider Sonnenreich, a young poet, retrieves memories of wild acts of imagination that once bound his sister Leya and him together Retracing the travels of long dead poets in Europe, Rider looks for Leya, but can t be sure who or what he will find in the end Among restless cosmopolitans and enigmatic wanderers, he tries to sort the real from the illusory and to protect the latter from the former Cotler takes the reader on an American odyssey of innocence abroad, through beauty, truth, and the danger our imaginations face in a culture of high speed popular media.
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    1. Sarima Tamashiq on said:

      If you liked Richard Powers books you ll probably like this Nobody else writes such intelligent books.

    2. Brigi Rafini on said:

      This book is a modernist novel written now It doesn t really make mistakes, odd these days Lots of plain old mistakes in books these days.

    3. Peter Ferko on said:

      This book is a as much like a poem as a novel, which makes it both beautiful and challenging to comprehend Cotler makes a couple metacomments embedded as his protagonist s thoughts and his patron s and dead poets letters, this one perhaps sums up how it felt to read I reply to the latest of your efforts to subtract a fact from a dream of equal weight and yet leave a remainder of which we may make any use I enjoyed reading it, loved much of the language, and recommend it to those who love a liter [...]

    4. Hell on said:

      I don t know what book other people are reading, but this book is impossible It s so disjointed and the thoughts follow no linear timeline I couldn t get very far into it.

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