Category: Book Reviews.

Book Review: Infinite Country by Patricia Engel

Book Review: Infinite Country by Patricia Engel

It seems strange to admit, but the cover of Infinite Country by Patricia Engel is the first thing that drew me into it, which is rare for me; I’m rarely swayed by the cover of a book, but I loved the metallic rainbow panels in between the detailed pencil...
Book Review: Playing Nice by JP Delaney

Book Review: Playing Nice by JP Delaney

In case you’re wondering why I’ve been reading so many thrillers about the perils of parenting lately, my latest segment for radio is all about this topic, so don’t worry, I’m not experiencing any mid-life parenting crises! Nothing more than...
Book Review: The Best of Me by David Sedaris

Book Review: The Best of Me by David Sedaris

Is there any greater pleasure than reading a book by your favourite author? Probably, but whenever a David Sedaris book is released, even one that’s only a selection of previously-released stories, I celebrate! He is my favourite author, and it’s my goal...
Book Review: Censorettes by Elizabeth Bales Frank

Book Review: Censorettes by Elizabeth Bales Frank

Do not let the drab cover of this book fool you; the pages are full of colourful, vibrant female characters with passion in their hearts, despite World War II raging on around them. Censorettes by Elizabeth Bales Frank is about a young group of British women who read...
Book Review: Ladies Get Paid by Claire Wasserman

Book Review: Ladies Get Paid by Claire Wasserman

Does a book cover with hot pink letters and the word “Ladies” in the title give you a certain impression of what you’ll find inside? If you’re anything like me, you may write a book off simply based on its colour scheme alone (why does it have...
Book Review: The Push by Ashley Audrain

Book Review: The Push by Ashley Audrain

I couldn’t help myself, I HAD to read this season’s buzziest book, The Push by Ashley Audrain. You may recall I reviewed a book that dealt with some dark subject matter a few weeks ago, and I was warned that The Push was a slightly lighter version of...