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Ratings and Book Reviews (14 228 star ratings
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    Sweetland

    So detailed in the landscape and the speech of Newfoundland. I felt like I was part of of this odd group with every page. A wonderful read!
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    Superb!

    Beautifully written and engaging to the very end. Moses Sweetland an indelible character, both familiar and strange. Highly recommended.
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    Sweetland

    I enjoyed the book! I adore nfld writers The book was well written and visual although ifet the story dragged a bit too long. Thank you for a wonderful story.
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    Sweetland

    Compelling novel, evoking life in a Newfoundland island community. The protagonist is a fascinating creation. The Newfoundland English is vividly presented. Many powerful scenes.
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    I couldn't put it down.

    This is one of those books that at first grabs your attention because of the differences and then keeps it because of how similar it all is. A truthful book and I loved it.
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