In the milieu of crime writing, there is no shortage of horror. The pain and suffering that humans are capable of heaping upon one another knows no bounds, and if it feels like we are almost edging up to one, authors seem to be able to mine their imaginations (or news archives) for something that… Read More »
Tags: Alias Grace, Burial Rites, Caught, Hannah Kent, Harlan Coben, House Rules, J.T. Ellison, Jodi Picoult, Lie to Me, Margaret Atwood, Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, Stephen King, The Green Mile
Don’t let the fact that we changed the clocks stop you from missing these amazing books! Let us know what you’re reading right now in the comments below.Sala
Tags: Alias Grace, Celeste Ng, Forest Dark, Little Fires Everywhere, Maja Lunde, Margaret Atwood, Nicole Krauss, Robyn Harding, Salman Rushdie, The Golden House, The History of Bees, The Party, What We Lose, Zizi Clemmons
September 6 was National Read a Book Day, and I know—I know—you’re thinking every day is National Read a Book Day! But on September 6, we really mean it.
Tags: Between the World and Me, Junot Diaz, Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, Suzanne Collins, Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, The English Patient, The Handmaid’s Tale, The Hunger Games, White Teeth, Zadie Smith
2017 marks 150 years of Canada’s federation, and the celebrations have begun in earnest. One of the most beautiful, honest and timeless ways to mark our country’s trials and triumphs is, of course, through its books and authors. Our voices are as vast and varied as our landscape, and our experiences are, as well. But… Read More »