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The Lives of Tao is the second of Wesley Chu’s books that I have read.  It is, I’m pretty certain, his debut novel, and has two sequels,  783 altre parole


The Golden Man Booker Prize: which book would get your vote?

The Man Booker Prize celebrates each year ‘the best novel of the year written in English and published in the UK’. What is now a landmark literary event started in 1969 and to celebrate its 50th year, the Booker Prize Foundation has decided to award a… 947 altre parole


Catch me in Calgary on Thursday 29 June as I help launch Gush: Menstural Manifestos for Our Times. It’s a new anthology from Frontenac House edited by Rosanna Deerchild, Tanis MacDonald, and Ariel Gordon. 48 altre parole

Jennifer Quist

Book Review: Duma Key

Duma Key is a book that I have always loved simply because of the cover art. Sometimes a cover is indicative of how I will feel about a book, especially when the cover makes sense to what the book is about. 497 altre parole


Dead to Them: Book Review by Asha Seth

#MyThoughts: A good suspense novel takes a lot more than the customary whodunnit twists. With all that and a lot more, ‘Dead to Them’ is as good as it can get for a debut novel. 643 altre parole


Book Review: “The Divine Wind” by Garry Disher (#LoveOzYA)

Garry Disher’s The Divine Wind is the third book I have read that is set in Broome, Western Australia. It has been reprinted many, many times since its original publication by Hodder Headline in 1998. 604 altre parole


Review | The Date by Louise Jensen

Another fast-moving page-turner with plenty of surprises. 4/5 stars.

Thank you to Bookouture and NetGalley for giving me an e-copy of this book to read and review. 565 altre parole