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Fever Season When David is orphaned by the Spanish influenza outbreak in Montreal he needs to find his long lost uncle if he wants to avoid the orphanage and he gets his chance when he gets a job with the M

  • Title: Fever Season
  • Author: Eric Zweig
  • ISBN: 9781554884322
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fever Season By Eric Zweig, When David is orphaned by the Spanish influenza outbreak in 1919 Montreal, he needs to find his long lost uncle if he wants to avoid the orphanage, and he gets his chance when he gets a job with the Montreal Canadiens.Eric Zweig is a managing editor with Dan Diamond Associates, consulting publishers to the National Hockey League He has written about sports and sportWhen David is orphaned by the Spanish influenza outbreak in 1919 Montreal, he needs to find his long lost uncle if he wants to avoid the orphanage, and he gets his chance when he gets a job with the Montreal Canadiens.Eric Zweig is a managing editor with Dan Diamond Associates, consulting publishers to the National Hockey League He has written about sports and sports history for many major publications, including the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail His non fiction sports books for young people include Star Power The Legend and Lore of Cyclone Taylor and Crazy Canucks He lives in Owen Sound, Ontario.

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    1 thought on “Fever Season

    1. 2.5, but grading up for good hockey action and backstory about the Stanley Cup final of 1918, which went undecided when a bunch of players got Spanish Flu although the worst of the epidemic had already passed.

    2. Received a free copy of this book for review as a former What If reviewer.Fever Season offers a vivid look at hockey in 1919 French Canada, complete with fast pace descriptions of games The characters are engaging and likeable David in particular is a wonderful protagonist, and I loved the juxtaposition of sewing and hockey for his character The book is packed with information about WWI, the Spanish Flu, and, of course, jockey in Canada, showing how interconnected these things were.

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