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Book by David Cruise

   Married coauthors Cruise and Griffiths, who have written several nonfiction books about Canada, tell the history of Vancouver from 16,000 years ago to the present in this ambitious, deeply imagined novel. In 12 parts, 12 protagonists make … see full wiki

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A Quick Tip by Teluu_taylor

  • Nov 18, 2010
I enjoyed this book from cover to cover...it really did hold my attention. However, there were many flaws, mostly in the flow of time. For example...if a person is stated to be 35 years old in a certain year...well he is NOT, then, 59 years old just 14 years later. Stuff like that drives me nuts. The other flaw in this book....and this may or may not be considered a flaw...is that most of the characters are really unlikable...even the likable ones have serious character defects.
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November 18, 2010
Obviously the flaws, such as they were, did not detract significantly from your enjoyment of the book. This one has been on my TBR list for dog's ages. I really MUST pull it off the shelf and read it. Nice tip.
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