Lynn Coady’s Watching You Without Me (2020)

2020-10-13T10:17:41-05:00

Within the first few pages of Watching You Without Me, I was reminded of why I enjoy Lynn Coady’s work so much, her capacity to inhabit characters so thoroughly. Here, we have Karen, who’s returned to Nova Scotia to settle matters with her developmentally disabled older sister, following their

Lynn Coady’s Watching You Without Me (2020)2020-10-13T10:17:41-05:00

What about The Right to Be Cold?

2017-10-03T12:47:27-05:00

Sheila Watt-Cloutier's story of protecting her Inuit culture is fraught and complicated. Many times, I had to set it aside, the core of my being all-a-shudder. In the past, this setting-aside was longer lasting. This is a book I have had trouble leaving between the covers. Ultimately, I read

What about The Right to Be Cold?2017-10-03T12:47:27-05:00
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