Review Roundup #13

Once upon a Time by Barbara Fradkin
“Makes for an intriguing tale that leads to places and events I could never have suspected.” Heather, Books and Quilts, 16 May 2009
Speaking of Power by Di Brandt
“...the poems were still powerful and left a lingering charge.” John Mutford, The Book Mine Set, 22 May 2009
Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel
“...a rare, amazing debut.” Bookfool, Bookfoolery and Babble, 2 June 2009
Only in Canada, You Say by Katherine Barber
“What I found most interesting were the words and phrases that see everyday use but that I never conceived of as Canadian.” barefootheart, Willow House Chronicles, 8 June 2009
The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz by Mordecai Richler
“A very interesting book with a misogynist, greedy protagonist that you can't help but root for, even as he destroys everyone around him.” Ibis, Reader of the Stack, 24 May 2009
Posted by Lynn on June 15, 2009 | Comment


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