HOAG, Tami


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    ould ReRead now that I’ve come across it…plus knowing her background AND reading Kill the Messenger.


    eeeks  – blanked out

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I seem to recall quite enjoying this.
Still wish I’d taken that Historical walk which even Mrs. Harper did..I know –Find-a-Buddy!

BTY, this area is still full of Secords; one of my city councillors WAS a Secord;my MPP [’til recently, the longest-serving MPP in the ONT. Legislature] is on Secord DRIVE…

$CDN 4.95
DustCover has completely fallen apart


ADDED 18-03-21: I should have explained that this is “the moving story of Japanese CDNS during WWII…through the eyes of a young girl.”

To understand me & mine, it’s helpful to read this book and why my Uncle felt more @ home in Brasil* than he did in  his country of birth.

The ‘Legacy’ SHOULD have been that this is part of the Canadian curriculum…me…I found it decades ago browsing in the CanLit section just AFTER high school.

*Brasil has the second-largest population of Japanese next to Japan.


Read in a MOST haphazard way; plus the book was already falling apart and continued to do so!

As a former nse, I MIGHT ReRead another cc ALL AT ONCE.

There WAS one @ the corner store..


I purchased this for my ex-husband, but it never got to him.  I can’t even remember if I’ve read it, but I love HER MUSIC, so I will.


$USA 17.95;
CDN 24.95 (!);
a) Blow-Out 9.99;

b) Special 1.99


Back of book “…London society…Napoleon…save England?” [!]

Felt ripped off – too much ‘romance maybe?  Certainly not enough ‘witch-ery’ – but some interesting historical tidbits, so I’ll keep it for now.

Finished 18-FEB-28
@ 1451/56h

$USA 10.99;
$CDN 12.50/LABEL $3/$1

That’s all folks!


Three of four from Home pp:

  1. On the River A
  2. On the River B
  3. On the River C
  4. On the River D – some of you will ‘see yourselves’ here…