Category: Book Reviews.

Book Review: Do This For Me by Eliza Kennedy

Book Review: Do This For Me by Eliza Kennedy

There’s a wealth of positive things that have come from the #metoo movement, one of them being a vast improvement in women’s contemporary fiction, aka ‘chick lit’. Do This For Me by Eliza Kennedy features wealthy attractive people struggling with domestic...
Book Review: The Amateurs by Liz Harmer

Book Review: The Amateurs by Liz Harmer

The Amateurs by Liz Harmer is hard to slot into one category;  it’s literary, philosophical, dystopian and science fiction, all within 300-ish pages. Even the publishers had to use other books like The Leftovers by Tom Perotta, The Year of the Flood by Margaret...
Book Review: The Last Resort by Marissa Stapley

Book Review: The Last Resort by Marissa Stapley

When I received this book in the mail for review, I was immediately hooked after reading the premise; a tropical couples retreat headed for impending doom when a hurricane is about to hit? Count me in! As you know, I love reading about marriages (especially those that...
Book Review: French Exit by Patrick deWitt

Book Review: French Exit by Patrick deWitt

I adore this book. I knew I would, there’s a cat on the cover and I heard Patrick deWitt read from it during his Giller event here in Calgary last year and the section he read was HILARIOUS. Luckily the rest of the book lived up to his stellar performance, and I...
Book Review: To Me You Seem Giant by Greg Rhyno

Book Review: To Me You Seem Giant by Greg Rhyno

I’m making more of an effort to read out of my comfort zone these days, and To Me You Seem Giant by Greg Rhyno is a definitely a great example of this. It’s about music and teenage boys, both things I’m not too interested in these days (mind you, it...