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War brides, moved thousands of miles away - usually to Canadian cities, villages and farms - joining their husband, a man they barely knew. But Kathleen's future husband, a minister, worked and lived on an extremely remote reservation in Canada's wilderness close to Hudson Bay in Canada's North.
It is a fascinating social history, describing challenges and details of pioneer life on this Northern reserve and struggle in a minister's family, by using old love letters, photographs and diaries of her parents.
Many touching stories and exciting details include canoe trips along the old fur trade route, generous native neighbors, a dangerous journey to hospital in mid-winter on a horse drawn toboggan to deliver her baby, life-threatening forest fires, pre-television social life and her daughters friendship with Tim (Miles) Horton, the later famous NHL star.
I red "A Book of Kells" with great pleasure, almost non-stop, it is a real page turner and I highly recommend it!
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The book is a wonderful historical account of hard-working, devoted Canadians, with powerful scenes such as the parents kayaking and logging for 40 miles in the brutally cold northern Manitoba wind: so cold that the father's nose froze.
It is also a work of candor. Margaret tells it like it is. She is very straightforward talking about relationships, feelings, and her own adult beliefs about religion.
of events in Europe and their repercussions abroad. The descriptions were vivid as they were witnessed. The settings especially the one where her Mother accuses her Father of neglecting her and taking her for granted, the breakdown and then an attempt at reconciliation will remain forever etched in my mind. Has the Author been able to forgive her Father for neglecting her Mother?
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