Book reviewer Des Hallet discusses an unexpectedly tasty read about the digestive system, and cautions against the addictive powers of The Night Circus.
Both must-reads this issue are focused on travel: one follows the journey of a dysfunctional father-son duo, the other reveals a well-known travel writer’s descent into darkness
Two must-read recommendations: a practical guide to getting paid on time, and a short story collection that’s long on life
Two must-read stories: an entertaining tale from the world’s best know “Harbour Dog” and a thrilling account of modern forensic medicine
Our resident bibliophile reviews a sweet read from Michael Crummey and a climate change exposé
Two war-related novels dominated our reviewer’s summer reading list. Here’s why they are must-reads
Two great summer reads: one shares a Jamaican family’s impressions of post WWII London; the other is a quasi-historical tale of intrigue in 1898 Cuba.
Two great reads: one deciphers the molecular alchemy of food and wine pairing; the other details an epic Canadian adventure.
Our resident bibliophile reviews two must-reads: one, Bill Bryson’s “One Summer, America 1927” he calls an entertaining remembrance of an epic time in recent history; the other, Craig Johnson’s “Spirit of Steamboat: A Walter Longmire Story”, a fast-paced introduction to a multi-faceted fictional lawman.
Our resident bibliophile reviews two must-reads: one, a cautionary tale for our digital age; the other, a professional development guide that actually delivers.
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