Debbie Doesn’t Do It Anymore, by Walter Mosley

I’ve been trying out a few different authors lately, including Douglas Coupland. His latest novel, Worst. Person. Ever., contains a lot of smut and after the first few pages I thought “nahhhh....” and passed it on to the next person on the holds list. Walter Mosley’s latest novel, Debbie Doesn’t Do It Anymore, contains an... Continue Reading →

The Canterbury Trail by Angie Abdou

  The Canterbury Trail by Angie Abdou (2011, Brindle & Glass) offers insight into Canadian mountain village lifestyles and culture while at the same time addressing larger themes with which readers can relate.  The Canterbury Trail tells the story of a mis-matched bunch of skiers, snowboarders and snowmobilers who set out in small groups to enjoy... Continue Reading →

Under the Empyrean Sky by Chuck Wendig

The Heartland.  It’s a cruel place, where the only crop allowed is corn.  But the corn in Chuck Wendig’s Under the Empyrean Sky isn’t the corn we’re familiar with.  This is Hiram’s Golden Prolific, genetically modified to be incredibly aggressive, taking over everything.  It takes almost everything the Heartlanders have to control it.  But that's... Continue Reading →

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