The hottest titles in fiction and nonfiction
Florence Richler remains hopeful but is “dubious” the city will begin repairs to a gazebo that was supposed to be named after Mordecai Richler
$25,000 award honours the best political title in Canada
O.J. Simpson’s trial was major news, but didn’t have the same impact on how we live and work as the tech developments of 1995
One man’s search for the oldest written example of the number zero on an ancient Cambodian artifact
The Northwest Passage brought Kathleen Winter to a land too eloquent for fiction.
Carey’s story, already teetering by page 10, pulls us through the biggest constitutional crisis in Australia’s history, writes Martin Patriquin
Groundbreaking research offers new hope for people with chronic pain, multiple sclerosis and more
Blending memoir and the latest research on the brain, including an exploration of what might cause OCD, author David Adams offers few cut-and-dried answers
Emma Hooper’s much-anticipated first novel moves effortlessly between present day and the past
The hottest titles in fiction and non-fiction
Andrew Levy reminds readers that Huck Finn was the abused son of an alcoholic and experienced suicidal ideation
In Near Enemy, Sternbergh stays with the decaying, terrorized and largely evacuated near-future New York City setting of his debut novel.
Born with beauty, brains and the benefit of a trust fund, Glenn Close’s younger sister has spent most of her life suffering from mental illness
July offers readers an impressive character study of an unlikely protagonist who eventually finds her way, writes our reviewer.
In his lively and meticulously researched book, Nicholas Carlson examines Yahoo!’s intense CEO