Book Review: The Sentence by Louise Erdrich

Book Review: The Sentence by Louise Erdrich

I had seen brief reviews and mentions of The Sentence by Louise Erdrich around, but never received it from the publisher for review, so accepted the fact I wasn’t likely to read it. But then I read a great review of it by Consumed by Ink which outlined that it...
Book Review: Beatrice and Croc Harry by Lawrence Hill

Book Review: Beatrice and Croc Harry by Lawrence Hill

Before I get any Canlit lovers TOO excited, I should mention straight away that this is a middle grade novel meant for kids aged 9-13, Lawrence Hill has not written another adult book yet. But for those who are fans of his, perhaps reading this book may scratch that...
Book Review: The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Bianca Marais

Book Review: The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Bianca Marais

The perfect read for Halloween enthusiasts and witch-lovers of all stripes, The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Bianca Marais scratched an itch I didn’t realize I had. Its got all the ingredients of a perfect October read: a rambling haunted mansion, a coven of...
Book Review: Woman, Eating by Claire Kohda

Book Review: Woman, Eating by Claire Kohda

Woman Eating by Claire Kohda explores the life of a vampire through the lens of a millennial and the struggles unique to that generation: someone who is struggling with living on their own, providing for themselves, reconciling who they are, all while dealing with a...
Book Review: Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel

Book Review: Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel

There is something so soothing about Emily St. John Mandel’s writing, even when she’s describing a world that sounds intimidating. Her newest book Sea of Tranquility features a few characters from her last mega-hit The Glass Hotel, but you don’t need...