Comment: 'You'd think that 307 pages about the weather would be literary NyQuil. But
this account of the 1888 blizzard that killed more than 100 children in the
Great Plains reads like a thriller in which a deranged predator preys upon an
unsuspecting frontier population.' -- Entertainment Weekly.
I started reading The Children's Blizzard out of a sense of duty to the publisher, so I could hold my head up and honestly say that I'd given it my best shot, but just like the reviewer for Entertainment Weekly, I ended up hooked by the gripping story, and read it cover to cover in one evening, despite the fact that much of this time was spent in an increasingly cold bathtub of water. The Children's Blizzard is about so much more than the blizzard- it's about the prairies themselves and the people who attempted to ...
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