Lindsay’s review An informative, eye-opening look into French-Canadian history, the Duplessis Orphans and Quebec’s fight to gain independence. 1990’s: Veronique’s father is the infamous Leo Fortin, a notorious FLQ leader who spent a decade in jail for killing a prominent politician during a political standoff in the 1970’s. Vero has grown up in the shadow …

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Yipee!!! Anxious People by Fredrik Backman is now available!! Get it today!!! It’s one not to be missed!!! Brenda’s review Hot Diggity Dang!! Fredrik Backman never ceases to amaze me and here he amazed, by the way, he took hard painful truths, added some comic relief and create a profound, complicated, enlightening entertaining brilliant story. …

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Brenda’s review After a night at a party, Chanel Miller finds herself confused in the hospital with no memory of the night before. In this astonishing, profound memoir, she shares her impactful journey from being seen as person to a victim of sexual assault known as Emily Doe. We see her struggle to reclaim her …

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Lindsay’s review Easily earned a spot on my 2020 Favourites List. Raw. Eye-opening. Informative. Heart wrenching. Impactful. I am forever changed after reading this. One of the toughest, most honest and powerful memoirs I have read. I have a tremendous amount of respect for Jesse Thistle for being brave enough to put his story out …

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Brenda’s Thoughts: Wow, do I ever live in a Canadian bubble, well just a bubble in general. I am just now reaching out of that bubble to learn more about the world around me by reading more non-fiction. Well, Canadian Haudenosaunee writer Alicia Elliott has opened my eyes to a few subject matters with her …

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Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for The Last Story of Mina Lee by Nancy Jooyoun Kim Book Summary: THE LAST STORY OF MINA LEE (on sale: September 1, 2020; Park Row Books; Hardcover; $27.99 US/ $34.99 CAN). opens when Margot Lee’s mother, Mina, doesn’t return her calls. It’s a mystery to twenty-six-year-old …

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