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The Bury Road Girls: Tales from the Bruce Peninsula Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-21 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1486610412
LANGUAGE:English

" This is a lovely little glimpse into the nostalgia of growing up on an Ontario farm in the late 1950s. So much of what the author provides is both interesting (for both rural and urban readers) and historically accurate. The only reason I gave it only two stars is that it lacks a cohesive narrative; it is more a series of events, not linked very successfully into an overarching story. Still, really a heartwarming trip back into the past. " said.

" This is a lovely little glimpse into the nostalgia of growing up on an Ontario farm in the late 1950s. So much of what the author provides is both interesting (for both rural and urban readers) and historically accurate. The only reason I gave it only two stars is that it lacks a cohesive narrative; it is more a series of events, not linked very successfully into an overarching story. Still, really a heartwarming trip back into the past. " said.

" This is a lovely little glimpse into the nostalgia of growing up on an Ontario farm in the late 1950s. So much of what the author provides is both interesting (for both rural and urban readers) and historically accurate. The only reason I gave it only two stars is that it lacks a cohesive narrative; it is more a series of events, not linked very successfully into an overarching story. Still, really a heartwarming trip back into the past. " said.

" This is a lovely little glimpse into the nostalgia of growing up on an Ontario farm in the late 1950s. So much of what the author provides is both interesting (for both rural and urban readers) and historically accurate. The only reason I gave it only two stars is that it lacks a cohesive narrative; it is more a series of events, not linked very successfully into an overarching story. Still, really a heartwarming trip back into the past. " said.

" This is a lovely little glimpse into the nostalgia of growing up on an Ontario farm in the late 1950s. So much of what the author provides is both interesting (for both rural and urban readers) and historically accurate. The only reason I gave it only two stars is that it lacks a cohesive narrative; it is more a series of events, not linked very successfully into an overarching story. Still, really a heartwarming trip back into the past. " said.

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