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40. Middlesex (Jeffrey Eugenides)

The Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Middlesex, came highly recommended and was a very interesting novel spanning 3 generations of a Greek family who had fled Turkey in 1922. It is narrated by Calliope/Cal, sharing the genetics and family relationships that … Continue reading


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2. Annabel (Kathleen Winter)

Annabel was one of the 5 Canada Reads finalists last year. ¬†It is written by a Canadian author and much of the story takes place in Labrador. ¬†Although it had a slow start, it is a very interesting read and … Continue reading

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