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John H.   May 3, 2023

I have finished and so thoroughly enjoyed the Pillage Trilogy! I suspect you have no idea how much joy this has given me, so thank you very much!

You tell a complex tale with all its diversities most cunningly connected. There are so many parallels to some of my life's experiences.

Wendy W.   Jan 14, 2022

Hi there Wanted to let you know that these past 4 weeks, I have read your 3 books on Delbert Pillage. Really enjoyed them. The stories interesting and so many places mentioned that I knew from my teen years on the West Coast. ... Your info on flying so good, plus the emotional scenarios and all the heartaches along the way and how people deal with them. All that stuff makes for a good read. Looking forward to what you write about Mum Graham and her ancestors!

Elizabeth Anderson
Thanks so much for a copy of your first book!  I loved it.  In fact, I read half the day it arrived and finished it the next day -- with tears in my eyes.  It's a great read. 

Coreen Fowler
This book is amazing!

Al Dewar
Wow, what a great book! You had me intrigued and turning pages, all day and into the night, until it was finished. I must admit, when Delbert . . . . , I  experienced a sentimental side of me that I don't usually see.

Laura Graham
This is a great read. From the start, I was drawn into Delbert's world. It is a real treat to grow up with him, experiencing life in a small island community and as someone with such a brilliant mind. There are so many aspects of this book to enjoy...learning about the history of Canadian aviation and the Avro Arrow, insight into engineering and the advancement of technology, what it is like to be a pilot!

Those are interesting details within an incredibly touching, and sometimes heartbreaking, story about a boy growing up and the loves of his life. What impresses me most about this story are the emotions it evokes. I felt such an attachment to the characters in this book, not just Delbert but his family, love, and mentors. I admit I was brought to tears more than once.