Review: DOWN THE COALTOWN ROAD by Sheldon Currie

coaltown-roadWanda from A Season to Read has posted a review of Down the Coaltown Road by Sheldon Currie.  Here’s a snippet:

Expecting a heavier, more sombre read, I was pleasantly surprised by this novel! The internment of innocent Italian men by the Canadian government is serious subject matter to tackle and yet, the tone of this book is often warm and quite funny. Sheldon Currie manages to interweave the internal dilemmas of many memorable characters to bring us a story as much about the everyday wars we wage inside ourselves as the effects of World War II upon a mining community rich in ethnic diversity.

Read the entire review here.

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