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Lost Mountain A Year In The Vanishing Wi by Erik Reece available in Hardcover on blogger.com, also read synopsis and reviews. This groundbreaking work of literary nonfiction exposes how radical strip mining is destroying one. The Book I read was "Lost Mountain: A Year In The Vanishing Wilderness", by Erik Reece. This book is about Erik Reece and his time spent in the Appalachian Mountains. He witnessed many trees and wildlife being destroyed by people strip mining for coal. He watches one mountain in particular, called the Lost Mountain/5(). Erik Reece is the author of Lost Mountain ( avg rating, ratings, 77 reviews, published ), Utopia Drive ( avg rating, ratings, 26 revi 4/5().

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Erik Reece, Author, John J. Cox, Photographer, Wendell Berry, Foreword blogger.comead $ (p) ISBN 4/04/ · LOST MOUNTAIN: A Year in the Vanishing Wilderness by Erik Reece. Riverhead Books. pages, $ Reviewed by Joan Kark. Joan Kark is a retired professor and a member of the Mountain Justice organization at Virginia Tech. Lost Mountain chronicles the year Erik Reece spent witnessing the destruction of Lost Mountain in Kentucky. Erik Reece's Lost Mountain is a classic of beautifully written, heartfelt reporting that calls on all American citizens to confront the outrage of mountaintop removal. His book demonstrates, once again, how corporate power will destroy people, nature, culture and the /5.

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It is well written and fast paced, a nightmare of outrageous proportions. Everyone should read this book. In September , Erik Reece hiked the ironically named Lost Mountain, shortly after the state of Kentucky issued a permit for its destruction, but before the miners showed blogger.com: Berrybird. Erik Reece is an American writer, the author of two books of nonfiction Lost Mountain: A Year in the Vanishing Wilderness: Radical Strip Mining and the Devastation of Appalachia and An American Gospel: On Family, History, and The Kingdom of God, and numerous essays and magazine articles, published in Harper’s Magazine, The Nation, and Orion Magazine. Lost Mountain A Year In The Vanishing Wi by Erik Reece available in Hardcover on blogger.com, also read synopsis and reviews. This groundbreaking work of literary nonfiction exposes how radical strip mining is destroying one.

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Erik Reece's Lost Mountain is a classic of beautifully written, heartfelt reporting that calls on all American citizens to confront the outrage of mountaintop removal. His book demonstrates, once again, how corporate power will destroy people, nature, culture and the /5. The Book I read was "Lost Mountain: A Year In The Vanishing Wilderness", by Erik Reece. This book is about Erik Reece and his time spent in the Appalachian Mountains. He witnessed many trees and wildlife being destroyed by people strip mining for coal. He watches one mountain in particular, called the Lost Mountain/5(). It is well written and fast paced, a nightmare of outrageous proportions. Everyone should read this book. In September , Erik Reece hiked the ironically named Lost Mountain, shortly after the state of Kentucky issued a permit for its destruction, but before the miners showed blogger.com: Berrybird.

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Reece (English/Univ. of Kentucky) spent –04 closely observing the sickly, strip-mined reaches of a mountain in Kentucky’s Appalachia; his book stands witness to its devouring. In the old days of contour mining, excavations were carried out along ridgelines. It is well written and fast paced, a nightmare of outrageous proportions. Everyone should read this book. In September , Erik Reece hiked the ironically named Lost Mountain, shortly after the state of Kentucky issued a permit for its destruction, but before the miners showed blogger.com: Berrybird. Erik Reece is an American writer, the author of two books of nonfiction Lost Mountain: A Year in the Vanishing Wilderness: Radical Strip Mining and the Devastation of Appalachia and An American Gospel: On Family, History, and The Kingdom of God, and numerous essays and magazine articles, published in Harper’s Magazine, The Nation, and Orion Magazine.