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Canadian Bookworm: Indian Horse

Indian Horse: Richard Wagamese (A Canada Reads 2013 Contender; a Globe and Mail top 100 book of

The Birthday Lunch by Joan Clark   Review at http://cdnbookworm.blogspot.ca/2015/07/the-birthday-lunch.html

The Birthday Lunch (Book) : Clark, Joan : A richly detailed story of a family struggling in the aftermath of a woman's sudden death.

The Flood by David Sachs   Review at http://cdnbookworm.blogspot.ca/2015/06/the-flood.html

The Flood by David Sachs Review at http://cdnbookworm.blogspot.ca/2015/06/the-flood.html

Canadian Bookworm: Wonder

Dominique Fortier’s Wonder is an enthralling shell-game of a novel. Readers are swept from a devastating volcanic eruption in 1902 to today’.

Remembrance by Alistair MacLeod.  Review at: http://cdnbookworm.blogspot.ca/2015/02/remembrance.html

Remembrance by Alistair MacLeod. Review at: http://cdnbookworm.blogspot.ca/2015/02/remembrance.html

Canadian Bookworm: Winter Child

Canadian Bookworm: Winter Child

Canadian Bookworm: Malagash

Finished July 29 Malagash by Joey Comeau I loved this book.

Canadian Bookworm: Hunting Houses

Finished July 23 Hunting Houses by Fanny Britt, translated by Susan Ouriou and Christelle Morelli This novel is set in Montreal with T.

Canadian Bookworm: Hope Has Two Daughters

Monia Mazigh's debut work of fiction, a novel in stories called Mirrors and Mirages (which was nominated in its original French version for the 2012 Trillium

Canadian Bookworm: Just Like Family

From the nationally bestselling author of The Hole in the Middle, a witty, insightful new novel about juggling the demands of three husbands—a work husband,.

Canadian Bookworm: American War

A Conversation with Omar El Akkad, Author, American War - Unbound Worlds

Canadian Bookworm: The Clay Girl

Canadian Bookworm: The Clay Girl

Canadian Bookworm: A Place Called Sorry

Canadian Bookworm: A Place Called Sorry

Canadian Bookworm: The Evening Chorus

Finished March 19 The Evening Chorus by Helen Humphreys This novel has two different sections, each set ten years apart, in 1940 and

Canadian Bookworm: Transit

With Transit, the inspired British writer Rachel Cusk continues a trilogy of spare and elusive novels she began with Outline. The narrator of these books is a

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