Beartown by Fredrik Backman @backmanland

To many residents of Beartown, ice hockey is everything. It's their livelihood, their friends and family, and their way out. It's the one thing with any chance of putting Beartown on the map after unemployment and council cuts have ruined the town. This book isn't really about ice hockey, or even Beartown. It's about love,... Continue Reading →

Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult

I was given this book to read without knowing the title or author and asked to #readwithoutprejudice. Here are my thoughts. Three central characters have strong beliefs about race and identity within their communities. Ruth is a black labour and delivery nurse who is on shift when Turk and his wife come in to have... Continue Reading →

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