Monthly Archives: October 2017

THE SUNDAY REVIEW | LAST NIGHT IN MONTREAL – EMILY ST. JOHN MANDEL

  Last Night In Montreal is Emily St. John Mandel’s debut novel, but you’d never know it. From pretty much the first page, it had me completely under its spell. I went into this not really knowing what it was about. Just a vague idea that it would be your basic relationship story, but a bit better because, you know,… Read more »

BEYOND THE BOOKS | WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY 2017

  Yesterday was World Mental Health Day. I hadn’t planned to write a post for it (hence being a day late), but the more I thought about it, the more I felt like it was time to share a bit more with you all. A brief disclaimer: I’m nervous and writing this in a hurry, so if I don’t word… Read more »

TOP TEN TUESDAY | AUTUMN BOOK COVERS

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  After an uncomfortably hot summer that led to out-of-control forest fires inland and smoke that traveled here, making it hard to breathe (or see very far), it finally seems to be over. Much to my relief, as I much prefer cooler weather – the kind that makes scarves, fluffy socks, cosy blankets and copious tea appropriate. So consider this… Read more »

THE SUNDAY REVIEW | THE LIE OF THE LAND – AMANDA CRAIG

  This is only the second Amanda Craig book I’ve read (the other being Hearts and Minds, which was one of my favourite books of 2014) but I already feel like I can count her among my all-time favourite authors. The Lie of the Land is, at its center, about the dissolution of a marriage in modern times. Why the… Read more »