Distant Waves - Suzanne Weyn Reviews
Description:ISBN 1407115022 / Paperback: 320 pages / Publisher: Scholastic / Published: 1 Mar 2010
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At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Taylor sisters of ...
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by - written on 02/10/12 (Very useful, 12 readings)
This is a review of the 2010 Young Adult fiction book 'Distant Waves' by Suzanne Weyn. I was bought it as a birthday present and I was immediately intrigued by the front cover which depicted an old fashioned wedding dress and bouquet floating underwater. Upon reading the synopsis, it promised a story about 'the ship of dreams' also known in history as the Titanic. About The book begins in 1914 in Nova Scotia 1914 described as a tale of survival from someone who has a story to tell and must record it all. Then within a page a new chapter jumps to 1898 New York where a very young Jane is witnessing her mother holding a sťance in one of her client's homes. ... Read the complete review
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