The Movie is Here in Thunder Bay. Don't Miss it.

The Movie is Here  in Thunder Bay. Don't Miss it.
Indian Horse, the movie based on the book by Richard Wagamese

Sunday, August 16, 2015

The Beat Goes On. More Summer Reading. Readers Write.

      Hanali Atkinson: The Orenda should be required reading. She also liked De Niro's Game, The Sentimentalists, and Alligator.

Sandra McIntryre: Just read Joan Thomas' Curiosity. Amazing.

Susan Heald: H is for Hawk. Not a fast read, but beautifully written. A fascinating memoir about grief, the history of social thought and the relationship between humans and other critters.

Peggy Lauzon: The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell, which I loved for the first 450 pages and now I am to sure I can finish it. (But I have loved everything else he has written).

Gabriel Wendt: The Mechanical Train by Ian Tregellis. It starts strong but then it starts to get a bit clunky.

William Kinsella: Somehow I missed The Secret Life of Bees until now. It immediately jumped onto my top 25 fiction list.

Susan Rogers:Here are some recent reads from the summer I recommend:The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot; The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert; The Painted Girls by Cathy Marie Buchanan

Maggie Chicoine: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society by Mary Ann Shafer and Annie Barrows. A surprisingly great read structured as letter to and fro.

Laurie Elmquist: The Evening Chorus by Helen Humphreys. Love it!

Michael Sobota: I finished "Best Canadian Essays 2014" last week - a stellar collection of 16 Canadian authors (including Marion Agnew). Reviewed in Chronicle Journal. Highly recommended. 

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