Miracles and Mysteries: The Halifax Explosion December 6, 1917
2 journalers for this copy...
Mary Ann Monnon's father was one of the survivors of the Halifax explosion. His story along with those of other survivors are interesting accounts of this disaster. Many of the accounts are heartbreaking, many miraculous. However, I think this is the only redeeming feature of this book. The editing is very poor with many spelling and grammatical errors throughout, and I suspect some factual errors but do not know that for sure. The chapters other than the survivors' stories are quite boring.
Journal Entry 2
Little Free Library - 2302 Bridge Street in Oakville, Ontario Canada on Friday, March 05, 2021
Released 1 mo ago (3/5/2021 UTC) at Little Free Library - 2302 Bridge Street in Oakville, Ontario Canada
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Released for the 2021 Oh, the Places We Can Go Challenge & the 2021 NJABBIC Challenge (week 9: 3 word author names).
To the finder of this book: I hope you enjoy reading this book. Please keep it or set it free when you're done. If the book is of no interest to you, please release it into the wild for someone else to find and enjoy. I hope you will make a journal entry so its journey can be tracked and to let me know the book has been found. You can remain anonymous if you wish, but if you join BookCrossing, you are in for a great experience and I do hope you will use me, Maranlin, as a referring member.
Journal Entry 3
Burlington, Ontario Canada on Saturday, March 06, 2021
Found in a LFL in Oakville. I read a fascinating book about the Halifax explosion about ten years ago and was hoping for a similar read. I just couldn't get into the book, and gave up half way through. Will release after current lockdown.