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Brace Yourself (Book Review: Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari) Get Reading With Ottawa's Best Indie Book Stores! Book Review: The Battle Within Book Review: Unspoken Chaudière Falls: A Novel of Dramatized History Book Review: Hostage to History  

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Brace Yourself (Book Review: Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari)

Brace Yourself (Book Review: Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari)

Yuval Noah Harari’s latest book is a sobering look at the limits of Liberal Humanism in a science and technology driven age
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Get Reading With Ottawa's Best Indie Book Stores!

Get Reading With Ottawa's Best Indie Book Stores!

In this journey of learning and entering into a new language and a new culture, reading has been my best exercise.
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Book Review: The Battle Within

Book Review: The Battle Within

The mark of PTSD comes with an inherent sense of guilt and alienation. Alastair Luft breaks through this stigma with his debut novel, The Battle Within.
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Book Review: Unspoken

Book Review: Unspoken

Unspoken, Or the Unrefined Art of Communicating at the Top of Your Lungs and Through the Bottom of Your Feet is of two traditions: that of Judy Blume, lacing an engaging coming-of-age story with relatable plotting and circumstances; and that of Birdman, featuring a subtitle so long that it requires multiple breaths to get all the way through.
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Chaudière Falls: A Novel of Dramatized History

Chaudière Falls: A Novel of Dramatized History

Chaudière Falls: A Novel of Dramatized History, written by Ontario native David Mulholland, is both an orthodox and atypical addition to the genre of historically-based fiction. It is Mulholland’s third novel, seven years in the making.
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Book Review: Hostage to History