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e-Book Walk Through Cold Fire download

by Cin Forshay-Lunsford

ISBN: 0440993229
ISBN13: 978-0440993223
Language: English
Publisher: Laurel Leaf (July 1, 1986)
Subategory: Young Adult

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Rating: 4.8
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Walk through cold fire was an amazing book. Published by Thriftbooks. and each time it is a new experience. As I get older I can identify more with what each person is or was going through. I truly think that everyone should read this book. The best book BAR NONE!

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Walk Through Cold Fire by Cin Forshay-Lunsford. Description: "Whitney Stone's teenage crush on a neighbor has her cold, unfeeling father banishing her to Paris into the care of her aunt and uncle. Under their loving guidance, the young woman blossoms into a ravishing beauty and becomes the darling of glittering Parisian society - a fact not lost on the handsome and equally powerful Duke of Claymore, who determines to make her his wife.

Desiree tries to deal with her mother's death, father's remarriage, and learn about herself through the conflict between her middle-class values and her outlaw gang friends
This is a stellar story of young love, heartbreak, and hope. Nostalgic and with the ability to make you remember what it was like to be sixteen with all the feels. I'm a screenwriter and this will make one heck of a movie...

When I was about thirteen, I read this book. I never forgot it. What I remember of the story still tugs at my heart. I am twenty-eight now, and I wish I could find a copy so I can read it again. If anyone can get me a copy, PLEASE E-mail me! Thank you.

Like many of the other reviewers, I read this in my early teens and it made an enormous impact on me as a not-quite-normal, sensitive girl with a penchant for angsty romance. I copied meaningful quotes out into a spiral notebook and revisited them frequently. When in my twenties, I mentioned the book to my then-boyfriend's younger sister, who had a lot in common with me, and let her read the spiral notebook, since I'd tried to track down the book for so many years to no avail. She managed to track down a retired library copy, and I have it to this day, the gift meant so much to me. I'm happy to see this is available again, even if the price is a bit steep.

If one book could characterize my teen years, it would have to be "A Walk Through Cold Fire". Though this book was written in 1985, I didn't find it until 1989 and I just fell in love with it. I completely identified with everyone in this book especially Desiree and her repressed upper middle class background she wanted to shed. Like the main character, I got involved with a street gang much like the ones in this book. Their fierce loyalty, their love of each other was just like I experienced in my own neighborhood after they took me in. All of that had died by the time I got this book so I opened it, began to read and couldn't stop crying. This is truly the voice of a young teenage girl.
All the characters were so believable. I knew people just like that. I especially loved Billy who was Desiree's love interest in the book. These were people who had grown up on the edge yet had integrity too. Violet was the perfect friend, loyal yet tough as nails. These are characters who are so much more than just words on paper. They have an incredible life that stayed inside of me to this day.
I'm 28 now. I have a normal life and I work a job but once I knew a different life. I can relive those feelings in this book because reading it brings you back to that time, to that place, to those metal years I never could forget even if all it wasn't so glorious.
Someone said this book changed their life and I agree 100%. This captures that time perfectly. I only wish there were more novels by this author. She really has a gift with words that's evident to anyone who reads this book. I'm so happy to find out that there are so many more like me who loved it. I hope someday they will re-release this because my copy is so tattered and falling apart. I have to say this is one of the most powerful, moving and awesome books ever. Incredible!

As the other commenters have said, this is a book that touched my heart and changed my life. I have tried to find Cin via Google and Wikipedia but haven't found any information out there about her. Cin, if you ever come here and read these reviews, we would love to know your story! Did you become a prophet poet as you desired when you were a teenager?! hehehe, I can definitely see you writing the "Howl" for our generation--actually, in a way, you did, with this book. I searched eBay for years to find a copy as an adult, and unfortunately it was left behind during my divorce. I'm so glad to see that copies are available now, and when my daughter is a few years older (she's seven now), I can't wait to introduce her to Desiree and Bridgewater. Thank you, Cin, for the gift that you gave all of us when you wrote this book.

I read this book the summer before I turned 13 and it had a profound effect on me. I see it as another version of The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton. It is voiced in the first person with a female protagonist instead of a male and it takes place 20 years later in the 80s intead of the 60s. Though it is still about a male street gang, it is viewed through the eyes of one of the gang member's girlfriends instead of an actual gang member. To me, it is like Cherry's character in the Outsiders telling her version of the story instead of Ponyboy's, if Cherry had ever left the posh side of town like Desiree from Walk Through Cold Fire and hung out with Ponyboy's group. Like S.E. Hinton, Cin Forshay Lunsford was a teenager when she wrote her amazing novel.

However, unlike The Outsiders, Walk Through Cold Fire never made it to Hollywood. I do believe as another person commented that they should have made it into a movie...yes...and you know let's say they made it into a movie in the 90s...then Brad Pitt could have played Billy. He would have been perfect for the role when he was younger. I am still thinking who could have played Desiree...maybe Nicole Kidman. I have started a group on Facebook: I read Walk Through Cold Fire by Cin Forshay Lunsford if anyone is interested in further discussion. I can't believe it never became a national bestseller...though the fact that it has a cult following adds to the mysticism and tragic romanticism it evokes.

I read this book when I was around 15. I was not a regular reader yet I read this book in one day, and cried my eyes out the whole time. I'm sad to see it out of print, and have ordered two copies (used) to have. I identified so deeply with the story, with the characters and with the heartbreak that happens in life. The lesson of picking yourself up and starting again - moving forward has stuck with me. IMO many teens should experience this book.

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