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eBook A Fresh Air Cure ePub

by Barb E. Jensen

  • ISBN: 1414072465
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Barb E. Jensen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: 1st Book Library (March 12, 2004)
  • Pages: 336
  • ePub book: 1662 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1854 kb
  • Other: doc rtf lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 343


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I had looked forward to this book for two reasons.
1. I grew up in the Tupper Lake area (22 miles from Saranac Lake)
2. My father was a tuberculosis survivor in the 1940's and this is how he ended up in Tupper Lake which also had a sanatorium by then. My Mom was a local girl.

This book slightly captures the flavor of the affect of TB on the people of that time. In many ways it was the AIDS of the 20-40s and there was a connotation to the disease. Unfortunately due to the contagious nature people were sent away to minimize infection. Then given the duration of the cure, which consisted mostly of rest and fresh air, many families were broken up and a real camaraderie developed between the patients in these towns. Mind you these little mountain towns also profited greatly with the money coming in from these patients, so it was a Win-Win situation.

However, this book is written in many ways like a Romance novel with a particular twist. Mind you, I like romance novels, but this one could be better. The heroine Martha is stricken with TB and is the innocent, pure wife that is sent away. Her horrible penny-pinching husband is horror stricken that she has this poor-people disease and sends her away alone and bemoans the cost. Her scheming sister....Well you get the picture. Without going into more detail, I have to say, the characters are all very one dimensional and the dialog predictable. There are no nuances or subtleties. People are good or bad. I think more could have been done,with this unique topic.

I did feel this book captured the time and some of the unique aspects of the disease. I can only suppose the writer had a particular interest and I do plan on looking into any sequels she would write.
Majin Majin
I really enjoyed reading this book. I have spent many summers in the Saranac Lake area and was thrilled to read about the history of the area. Ms. Jensen obviously spent a lot of time doing research about the TB cure cottages before writing her book.