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    Absolutely Fantastic Read

    Well doing my genealogy I discovered one of my ancestors died in this fire. I found out about this book through another relative and had to have it. I thought it was a fact based book about the fire but to my utter joy it was an amazing story of not only the fire but life in Newfoundland in the 1940's before confederation. I have never been to Newfoundland but now thanks to Linda Abbott I feel like I lived there during confederation. The pulse of the people a real glimpse into a past I only understood through elementary school teachings. This author took me there left me captivated and absolutely devastated when I realised I was on the last page. For me this was a book I did not want to end. The only downside to me was I felt the brothers relationship was a tad far fetched but the way Linda Abbot wrote this book I never once put it down. An ancestor who perished in this fire brought me to this book Linda Abbott gave me a whole new respect for Newfoundlands past.

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