I could not put the book down, I found myself reading it every spare minute.
True Story about Amazing Survivors I loved learning about a hidden piece of history through the lives of three extraordinary women.
The amount of research that was done by the author is astounding and has brought together a story well worth telling.
Reading this book was an experience in itself. I was impressed by the research that Ms. Swiss did and the years it took her to complie it into a readable manuscript. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Beverly Carmichael
While the writing is a little clunky at times, the story itself is fascinating.Published 4 months ago by Stephanie
A very moving book and an indictment of British rule.
Too much detail and a little repetitive
I had the chance to read the Tin Ticket, and devoured the book from cover to cover. It goes without saying that this is a must-read for fans of history, women's studies, and social... Read morePublished 7 months ago by BostonReviewerLiz
This was a book club selection and the premise seemed interesting however, the book was written as if it were a high school research report. Read morePublished 9 months ago by DME
I thoroughly enjoyed The Tin Ticket, by Deborah Swiss, and have recommended it to many friends to rave reviews. Read morePublished 10 months ago by K. D. Masterson
It was a veiled attempt to write a novel while referring to many actual facts unconvered in research. Was interesting material but not interesting to read as a novel.Published 10 months ago by Barbara A. Norick
It's high time that ENGLAND ROYALTY PUBLICLY APOLOGISED!!!!!! FOR the Injustices placed upon all the convicts guilty and non guilty including STOLEN CHILDREN that were transported... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jillian Jones