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The book that I reviewed is called Sounding Line – by Canadian author Anne DeGrace. In 1967, an unidentified flying object crashed into the waters of Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia. The incident came to be known as “Canada’s Roswell.” But don’t let that fool you. There is a depth to this story that surprised me. There is a family dealing with cancer that sets this book apart from any other ‘ufo’ books that you might be thinking of. I loved the maritime feel, the cadence of the words and sounds. I felt it. I smelt the fishy air, I heard the men speak the words and wished I was there in that little town.
If you have never read a novel by a Canadian author, Anne DeGrace is a good selection!