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    Canada by Richard Fordtheth

    Title is deceiving."Mom Dad Bank Robbers" better to catch my book shopping eye. Visually descriptive writing- the characters are alive-the story line is hard to put down. Good Read,
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    Canada...

    This is a book that echoes with me. The implications of childhood experience and perceptions and the self-delusions of adults made me re-examine elements do my own life, past and present.
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    Canada

    A real struggle, one of the most boring books i've ever read! Book never got interesting, kept waiting for it to start,
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    Very worth reading it

    My cousin suggested this book to me and I very much enjoyed it. Very elaborate and intelligent sentences, good thoughts throughout the story - keeps you thinking "what a difference a day makes" to a person's life. My first language is German not English but I understood everything very well and found myself sometimes on the prairies of Saskatchewan (whereas I don't live very far from those prairies).
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    Why was Canada the title?

    I was disappointed in this book and would not look for this author again. The title of Canada had nothing to do with the story other than giving the main character a safe place to live.
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