Category Archives: science fiction

Guest Post: Barbara McEwan with Madeline Ashby

Thank you to Barbara McEwan, a Calgary mom who balances a husband and 4-year old son with her job as an environmental scientist but still finds time to read!  I have ‘met’ Barbara through the CanadianContent Goodreads group and enjoy discussing CanLit with … Continue reading

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22. Nostalgia (M.G. Vassanji)

“In our bid to outpace age and defy death, we leap from one life into another, be it imperfectly, and hope fervently – in the manner of acknowledged sinners – that the past does not catch up with us.  But … Continue reading

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20. Company Town (Madeline Ashby)

As the 2017 Canada Reads debates approach, I will be reading all 5 books.  Company Town, by Madeline Ashby,  was the first of the contenders and being honest, if it were not for the debates, this would not typically be the kind … Continue reading

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