• Title: The Four White Days
  • Author: Frederick Merrick White
  • ISBN: 9781419162947
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Four White Days Fisher s eves gleamed with the light of battle He was warm now and the liberal dose of brandy had done its work Here was a good special and a popular one to his hand The calamity of the blizzard and t
    Fisher s eves gleamed with the light of battle He was warm now and the liberal dose of brandy had done its work Here was a good special and a popular one to his hand The calamity of the blizzard and the snow and the frost was bad enough, but the calamity of a failing coal supply would be hideous Legally, there was no way of preventing those City bandits from making theFisher s eves gleamed with the light of battle He was warm now and the liberal dose of brandy had done its work Here was a good special and a popular one to his hand The calamity of the blizzard and the snow and the frost was bad enough, but the calamity of a failing coal supply would be hideous Legally, there was no way of preventing those City bandits from making the most of their booty But if a few thousand working men in London made up their minds to have coal, nothing could prevent them.

    One Reply to “The Four White Days”

    1. A decent read detailing a severe weather catastrophe in London and what the populace undertake in an effort to survive. The ending is such that you need to fill in the blanks as to what takes place afterword. Really feel the story should be 3.5 stars but not having that option, gave it the 4 stars above.

    2. Short and sweet-kind of a mini precursor to the movie The Day After Tomorrow-though more concerned with newspaper sales!

    3. The premise is much more interesting than the actual story, but it's still a nice enough companion for a half-hour break.

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