J. Guild

(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 61% (17 of 28)
Location: Toronto,Canada
Birthday: April 21
In My Own Words:
Retired engineer who loves birds,puzzles and books.Have personal lib rary of 7000 tomes. jerryguild@Sympatico.ca

Interests
Retired Engineer love birds,puzzles reading.Personal library of 7000 tomes and still growing.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 445,863 - Total Helpful Votes: 17 of 28
Disaster Canada by Janet Looker
Disaster Canada by Janet Looker
This is an excllent account of some of the major disasters that have happened in Canada.It not only covers many of the biggest disasters,but many of the smaller ones as well.It no means covers all the disasters that have happened over Canada's relatively short history.Just the disasters and loss of lives on the oceans along Canada's coastlines would fill volumes,let alone those on the Great Lakes.
What the book does is cover many of the better known disasters under 5 sections; Nautical Disasters (11),Earth,Underground & Slides,(12),Fires (11),Weather,Wind,Water & Ice,(14),and Technology and Human Error,Trains,Bridges,Airlines,(14). With some there were large loss of lives,while others… Read more
Old Canadian Cemeteries: Places of Memory by Jane Irwin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
We have all been to a cemetery for a funeral,but a cemetery is a wonderful,interesting place to visit at any time.I have spent many hours wandering around in cemetaries all over the country and at all times of the year.If you have any curiosity,I doubt that you can spend more than a few minutes in a cemetery before you will come across a gravestone or monument that will make you wonder what was the story behind it.
This is an excellent book that will explain many things that you might have wondered about.Over the years I have attended many funerals,and without doubt,on those occasions it is all about sorrow and death.But a visit on another time you will quickly realize that a cemetery… Read more
At San Quentin: 1969 (Remastered / Expanded) ~ Johnny Cash
This is the original recording at San Quentin that was recorded live at the prison in 1969 and has been re- issued with additional sosgs.It is one of the most famous and best loved albums in Country Music.Even though it was done over 40 years ago,it still ranks up there with the best of Country albums.
I am not going into a lot of detail about this recording;but only wish to say that it still sends chills up my spine each time I play it.This album has 37, 5 * ratings,most of them written a long time ago;but the surprising thing is that so many of them have recieved no votes either helpful or otherwise.After reading the reviews,I felt that about all that could be said has already been… Read more