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Random Passage Paperback – May 1 1992
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Internationally acclaimed novel, Random Passage, by award winning author Bernice Morgan has been made into an 8-part television mini-series to air on CBC Television, January 27, 2002. "Random Passage is windswept tale of endurance and of passion. It's the epic story of Irishwoman Mary Bundle's perilous odyssey from a harsh English workhouse to the remote Newfoundland outport of Cape Random-a struggling settlement forced to be a community through the sheer will to survive".
About the Author
Bernice Morgan was born in preconfederate Newfoundland. She has worked for many years in public relations, first with Memorial University of Newfoundland, and later with Newfoundland Teachers’ Association. Many of her short stories have been published in small magazines, anthologies and school textbooks. The mother of two daughters and a son, she lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Random Passage, the 4-part television mini-series, based on her book, aired on CBC Television, beginning January 27, 2002.
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Top Customer Reviews
I was so impressed with her writing, I have now ordered 3 more of her books.
It's one of those books, that you hate to put down until you're finished!!!!
About a year ago, I decided to start reading the history of Newfoundland, as my mom was a Newfie (!) and I realized I knew little of her background and upbringing on the west coast of Newfoundland. I actually new nothing of the discovery of Newfoundland.
So, this book fit in nicely with the other reading I am doing.
Highly recommend this book .. enjoy the read.
Sincerely, Francine Noiseux
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an interesting book,lots of detail. A book I wouldn't choose to read
but I did enjoy,great ending.