Canadian Olympic Diary (38)

This is a wonderful book about a Day-to-Day Account of the 2010 Winter Games. It was a great Olympic experience for many of the athletes and for the people, like myself, who were honored to watch them on the television.

I am always inspired by these very excellent men and women who compete in the Olympics. It takes years to prepare for these competitions. Yet, once the games begin, the athletes are all ready do compete.

I remember the 2010 Olympics. For seventeen days, all eyes were on Vancouver!  The author of this book sat in the front row of every event. The were the team of The Canadian Press who hosted the new agency at the games. This book has captured in photos and words every moment in this memorable event in our history.

If you would like to relive thee experiences moment by moment, pick up this book and read it. It sure will bring back memories, such as Tessa Virtue standing in awe of her applause. What a moment that was for me!

This book is a keepsake for all Canadians for years to come. So, if you get a chance to buy this book, I would strongly recommend it. I know I will be buying it for future reference.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth

About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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