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This is a heart wrenching book. I found I had to put it down and take a break from the emotional tidal wave. It is a wonderful book and superbly written.Published 2 months ago by Elizabeth
Fascinating study of relationships, both human and divine. Disturbing and thought provoking yet a celebration of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity.Published 12 months ago by Greg Dobbin
This is one of the most spectacular debut novels I've ever come across. A very complicated story primarily concerning a single family but crossing through multiple generations and... Read morePublished on Jan. 7 2013 by SG
Thought this book was very good but story did not stay with me as other stories have. I remember enjoying the story at the time I was reading the book, but quickly forgetting about... Read morePublished on Nov. 16 2010 by Halifax Mary
My mother gave this book to me to read when I was about sixteen and I think I have read it four times since. I give this book to friends and suggest it to new immigrants to Canada. Read morePublished on May 9 2010 by Brittany Levett
In this multi-layered novel about life in early 20th century Cape Breton Island, Macdonald treats her readers to a vivid and colorful look at a traditional east coast society torn... Read morePublished on March 21 2010 by Ian Gordon Malcomson
A laundry list of perversions performed on and by people you can't care about. A waste of good reading time.Published on Nov. 16 2008 by Elspeth
I picked this up, and hardly ever put it down. The story was often disturbing, yet I need to know what would happen next.
A good read.