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Review: Lifesaving for Beginners by Ciara Geraghty

Review: Lifesaving for Beginners by Ciara Geraghty

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting! My primary school was a tiny place, one so small that it had no play area to speak of. It did, however, look on to a vast park that was–and still is–a favourite landing place for the city’s hot air...

Review: One Mountain Away by Emilie Richards

Review: One Mountain Away by Emilie Richards

I’ve been known to complain about author blurbs on books, but in the case of One Mountain Away the cover quote is fitting indeed. Not only does it warn you up-front about the box of tissues you might need handy, but the quote comes from highly regarded women’s fiction author Diane Chamberlain, of whose work this book is strongly reminiscent: it...

Review: Barefoot by Elin Hilderbrand

Review: Barefoot by Elin Hilderbrand

Elin Hilderbrand’s Barefoot opens with a scene akin to a drawn-out framing shot in a Steven Spielberg movie: through airport attendant Josh Flynn’s eyes we see three woman disembarking from a plane, each lost somewhere beneath a personal burden. Josh, who’s studying creative writing and is in search of a story to follow, is intrigued by the...

Review: Welcome to the Great Mysterious by Lorna Landvik

Review: Welcome to the Great Mysterious by Lorna Landvik

  Well, hello there, deja vu. It was only a few weeks ago that I was reviewing Louise Limerick’s Lucinda’s Whirlwind, a novel about a career-minded aunt called in as a last-minute caretaker after her sister has jet-set off overseas, and here I am reviewing a book that covers some very similar ground. Mysterious how these things work,...

Review: Maine by Courtney Sullivan

Review: Maine by Courtney Sullivan

      My family is one that’s full of strange rifts and cracks: a grandmother who’s sealed herself off from both her own family and her husband’s after being slighted as a young woman; an uncle who will drive three hours to put in an appearance at a family event and then hightail it after he’s finished his first beer;...

Settling Dust and Lucinda’s Whirlwind by Louise Limerick

Settling Dust and Lucinda’s Whirlwind by Louise Limerick

Ah, here I am once again feeling a touch embittered about the fact that I’ve been misled entirely by a book’s cover. I know, I know, don’t judge a book and all that, but honestly, if we weren’t supposed to do so, then we wouldn’t have covers, would we? I’ve had Lucinda’s Whirlwind sitting in my to-read pile for a...

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