Walking to the Moon

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Quercus Publishing, Jan 7, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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A young woman wakes up in her bedroom in hospital. She has emerged from a prolonged coma. Rather than going back to her husband and child, she leaves the home and begins walking into the wilderness. Walking to the Moon details her journey from darkness to light, from the profound psychological trauma that caused her to withdraw from the world, and the mountains of the mind she must conquer in order to rejoin it. Walking to the Moon is not a bleak or dark journey. It is beautifully written, observant, witty and often profoundly moving. Kate Cole-Adams has mastered the art of empathy so that the reader is instantly recruited to side with our heroine and to cheer her on, step by step, in her search to reconnect with the world.

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User Review  - oldblack - LibraryThing

This is an excellent first novel! I hate the tag "psychological fiction" but I have used it myself here to refer to that fact that in this story there is an explicit reference to a particular ... Read full review

Walking to the Moon

User Review  - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors - Books+Publishing

First-time novelists have expectations thrust upon them, or perhaps they thrust them upon themselves. Kate Cole-Adams may not have as many as some with her debut novel Walking to the Moon, as her day ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Kate Cole-Adams is a Melbourne-based writer and journalist. She has worked in cities from Sydney to Darwin for publications including The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and Time Magazine.

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