In this riveting, past-trust precise tale from the creator of The Borden Murders, meet the 5 kids who captivated all of the global.

When the Dionne Quintuplets had been born on Would possibly 28, 1934, weighing a grand overall of simply over 13 kilos, no person anticipated them to are living such a lot as an hour. In a single day, Yvonne, Annette, Cécile, Émilie, and Marie Dionne mesmerized the globe, defying scientific historical past with each and every breath they took. So to give protection to them from hucksters and showmen, the Ontario govt took custody of the 5 equivalent young children, sequestering them in a personal, customized-constructed health center around the street from their circle of relatives–after which, in a shocking act of hypocrisy, proceeded to take advantage of them for the following 9 years. The Dionne Quintuplets was a extra standard appeal than Niagara Falls, ogled thru one-means monitors through sightseers as they splashed in their wading pool on the middle of a vacationer hotspot referred to as Quintland. Right here, Sarah Miller reconstructs their unparalleled upbringing with recent intensity and subtlety, bringing to new gentle their resilience and the indelible bond in their distinctive sisterhood.