Category Archives: Author from Montreal

The Dead of Winter by Peter Kirby (22)

This is a story about winters in Montreal.  Since I am from Montreal, I can well realize how hard the winters can be. And I will be buying this book, because I love a story like this in the literal … Continue reading

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Do You Really Need It? by Pierre-Yves McSween (126)

This is a very eye-opening book. While reading it, I couldn’t help but reflect on how all our finances would be if we asked this question BEFORE purchasing stuff. This one question can certainly free us from unwanted debt and … Continue reading

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Conspiracy of Hope by Renee Pellerin (83)

This book is a must-read for all women over the age of 50 who are participating in mammograms. It is a book that will make you aware of all the dangers of conventional mammograms and how you can protect yourself … Continue reading

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Aging Backwards: 10 years younger, 10 years lighter by Miranda Esmonde-White (46)

This is a book that all women can benefit from. The author offers exercises and mindsets that can help all women to be their best at any age. This book is so important that I will make it part of … Continue reading

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Suzanne by Anais Barbeau-Lavalette (33)

This is another book that fits into this month’s challenge for the Canadian book Review Challenge.  It was translated by Rhonda Mullins. This is a great story for all women, and a must-read. The book is written in a unique … Continue reading

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Vi by Kim Thuy (4)

Here is another wonderful book by Kim Thuy!  She is become one of the most cherished writers I have ever read!  And she is from Montreal, where I was born and raised. Vi is a role model for all teen … Continue reading

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Man by Kim Thuy (3)

Well, I am starting my journey across Canada for the Canadian Book Review challenge.  I will start with Montreal. I love Kim Thuy.  I have read other books by her before and I am always impressed by how unique her … Continue reading

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