Praise for Annie Proulx
‘Proulx's enchanting description, unparalleled sentence structure, and unwavering insight combine to reveal both the coldest and most resilient recesses of the human heart’ O, the Oprah Magazine
‘Ms. Proulx writes with all the brutal beauty of one of her Wyoming snowstorms’ Wall Street Journal
‘No one writes better about tough people in tough places’ USA Today
‘Annie Proulx is a genuine character-a true original. She has a shrewd understanding of people, a strong feeling for landscape…and a wry sense of humor rather like Mark Twain's’ Los Angeles Times
‘No ones writes about the West with the skeptical verve of Annie Proulx’ Outside
Annie Proulx's books include the novel ‘The Shipping News’ and the story collection ‘Fine Just the Way It Is’. Her many honors include a Pulitzer Prize, a National Book Award, the Irish Times International Fiction Prize and a PEN/Faulkner award. She lives in Wyoming.
Slightly disappointing but then perhaps I expected too much on this one.Published 3 months ago by Susan Nicholds
I don't know what is was about this book (and it is over a year since I have read it now), but Proulx's descriptions of America and the land and the house and the wildlife that... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Pootle
A great read for lovers of memoir. An excellent book to pursue leads on Old Wyoming ranch life and modern house construction. Read morePublished 16 months ago by JPSreviews
wide-ranging, meditative, informative, evocative and beautifully written.
Amazon requires '13 more words' which is the reason why I rarely complete these feedback requests.
I have many books that I return to and re-read at intervals, but I shall never read Bird Cloud again. In fact I had to force myself to finish it. Read morePublished on 5 Jun. 2012 by Steve Ellis
nothing one can say about e-book downloads. it either happens or it doesn't. It did
and I'm happy. Can't comment on the book, saving it for holiday flights. Read more