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    First snow, Last Light

    Absolutely loved this book. Certainly given my tie to NFLD makes the story ring so authentically to me. Wayne Johnston tells a great yarn with a very surprising ending. Highly recommend
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    Wow.

    Johnston's writing is brilliant. this story is compelling annd mesmorizing.
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    Strange story

    I kept on reading hoping the story would improve but it only got more convoluted. Disfunctional family, disfunctional friends, it was a well written waste of my time. Too bad such a talented author couldn’t come up with a better story.
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    A Newfoundland Family Mystery

    Wayne Johnson has written an interesting tale of a Newfoundland family, and the search by their son for the reasons for his parents' sudden disappearance. Many of the characters are rough and salty, just like the "rock" is itself and I found them hard to like. A very interesting slice of early 20th century Newfoundland life.
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    Excellent!

    Wayne Johnston does it again! A finely crafted story full of larger than life characters. The mystery unfolds, slowly and unpredictabily. A wonderful read.
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