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In Wonder, past and present, science and emotion, speak to each other to create a brilliant whole from three distinct parts. Readers are swept from a devastating volcanic eruption in 1902 to today's Montreal by way of a scientific love story in Victorian England. Along the way readers follow Baptiste Cyparis, 'The Man who Lived Through Doomsday,' who travelled the length and breadth of the United States with Barnum & Bailey's circus. They also meet Edward Love, the mathematician who discovered the mysterious waves that shake the earth.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, c2014
ISBN: 9780771047695
Branch Call Number: FIC Fort
Additional Contributors: Fischman, Sheila


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