Sun-Mi Hwang’s The Dog Who Dared to Dream (2016)

2016-07-16T11:18:11-05:00

Sun-Mi Hwang's The Hen Who Believed She Could Fly was a runaway bestseller for its Korean author, who had previously published more than 50 books and was surprised to find her work such a phenomenon, not only in Korea but beyond. Abacus - Hachette, 2016 The Dog Who Dared

Sun-Mi Hwang’s The Dog Who Dared to Dream (2016)2016-07-16T11:18:11-05:00

Summer Reading To-Do List for Sunny Days (1 of 4)

2017-07-24T15:25:05-05:00

Such good reading this summer, so far. In other respects, perhaps mine has not been the most productive summer. But it all depends what one puts on a to-do list, doesn't it! What if your to-do list was all about the books in your stacks? Doubleday Canada - Penguin Random

Summer Reading To-Do List for Sunny Days (1 of 4)2017-07-24T15:25:05-05:00

June 2015, In My Stacks

2017-07-24T15:25:24-05:00

My progress through Gabrielle Roy's works has been slow but steady, and this month I requested one of the children's books, which I held out for myself as a reward for finishing six of her novels. My treat was to be Cliptail, but the only copy available in the public

June 2015, In My Stacks2017-07-24T15:25:24-05:00

Hollie Adams’ Things You’ve Inherited From Your Mother (2015)

2015-05-18T10:14:39-05:00

Carrie's mother died on Tuesday. The loss has fragmented her view of the world, dulled her senses (or is that the alcohol?) and sharpened her wit. NeWest Press, 2015 Given the circumstances, the novel's narrative tone is a quick slap to the face, heightened colour left behind in

Hollie Adams’ Things You’ve Inherited From Your Mother (2015)2015-05-18T10:14:39-05:00

Amanda Leduc’s The Miracles of Ordinary Men (2013)

2014-07-11T16:38:15-05:00

When the angels invaded the plotline of "Supernatural", I stopped watching weekly. I prefer stone rabbits and hedgehogs in my flowerbeds, over white winged statues. And when a girlfriend told me that the child she lost at full-term is an angel now, I struggled to keep my face expressionless, silently repeating

Amanda Leduc’s The Miracles of Ordinary Men (2013)2014-07-11T16:38:15-05:00