Dark Sentiments – Day 29

Guest Post by Mrs. LFM

Posted By on October 29, 2010

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8 Responses to “Dark Sentiments – Day 29

Guest Post by Mrs. LFM”

  1. Randy says:

    No my Love, It was an honour having you write here for the first time. I live in hope of more!

  2. Rebecca J says:

    My favourite “dark” kids’ movie was always The Secret of NIMH.

  3. Leroy Hearn says:

    Hi Diana,
    Wow ! I’d say that this comprehensive article confirms your expertise with the darker side. I could feel your enthusiasm jumping off the pages. I’m now reading a book called Silent Battle, about the sufferings / treatment of Canadian P.O.W.’s in Germany during WW1. I would guess it may fall somewhere under the dark umbrella although it isn’t fiction. Good job. LeRoy.

  4. Randy says:

    The Secret of NIMH is definitely a keeper!

  5. Randy says:

    Leroy, I would say that the book you’re reading certainly qualifies for the dark sentiments seal of approval. I have a huge interest in military history, Canadian military history in particular, so I’ll be looking that title up.

  6. Leroy Hearn says:

    Hi Randy,
    I think then that you would enjoy it. I picked it up from the library and the author is Desmond Morton, who is, according to the jacket, “one of Canada’s most widely read historians.” thanks, Leroy

  7. Diana says:

    Rebecca, I can’t believe I forgot that one! Thanks for the reminder.

    Leroy, yes I was definitely enthusiastic about this post! Thanks for the book recommendation, we will definitely check it out.

    And on the subject of non-fiction dark stories – I think that deserves a post of its own!

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