Saturday, May 18, 2019
No Ocean Too Wide
Now that I stopped crying, I can write my review. Wow! I loved this book from page one to the very end. I was very relieved to see that there will be a couple more books to continue the story of the McAlister Family.
I can not imagine what these young children had to endure: the loss they felt, the uncertainty of their future. It was disturbing to read that some of the children were just brought into the Canadian homes to be servants. I knew about the children who were sent away to other parts of England to escape London during the war. But I was not aware of children being sent to Canada.
I highly recommend Carrie Turansky's book- No Ocean Too Wide.
It was a quick read as I couldn't put the book down.
I received an advanced reader copy from WaterBrook and Multnomah.
at May 18, 2019
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