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Review of “Griffin of Darkwood” by Becky Citra.

*This article is originally from the Fall/Winter edition of Prairie Book NOW magazine, with quotes from the author Becky Citra, copies of the magazine can be found for FREE in bookstores and Libraries across Western Canada, find the current edition online HERE.* Will Poppy is a boy with an extraordinary writing talent, that is until… Continue reading Review of “Griffin of Darkwood” by Becky Citra.

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Review of “Another Me” by Eva Wiseman

*This article is originally from the Fall/Winter edition of Prairie Book NOW magazine, with quotes from the author Eva Wiseman, copies of the magazine can be found for FREE in bookstores and Libraries across Western Canada, find the current edition online HERE.* When people fantasize about periods of history that they wished they lived in,… Continue reading Review of “Another Me” by Eva Wiseman

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Review of “Kings of the Court” by Alison Hughes.

*This review was originally written for the Spring 2017 edition of Prairie Books NOW magazine, look for copies at Libraries and Bookstores across Western Canada* Includes quotes from the author, Alison Hughes. Edmonton author Alison Hughes presents a novel of basketball, Shakespeare and drama on the stage and off in her latest novel Kings of… Continue reading Review of “Kings of the Court” by Alison Hughes.

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Review of “Me and Me” by Alice Kuipers

*This was originally written to appear in the Spring 2017 Edition of Prairie Books NOW Magazine, look for it in Libraries and Bookstores all over Western Canada* Includes quotes from the author, Alice Kuipers How can one decision vastly change the course of your life? Saskatoon author Alice Kuipers explores just that in her new… Continue reading Review of “Me and Me” by Alice Kuipers

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AMANDA READS: Book Review for JULIET, IMMORTAL by STACEY JAY

The idea behind this book is that the greatest love story we’ve ever known, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, didn’t end the way we think. Instead of a double suicide as the play depicts, Romeo has murdered Juliet in a deal that would make him immortal, but that immortality has come at a price. We learn… Continue reading AMANDA READS: Book Review for JULIET, IMMORTAL by STACEY JAY