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Anyone Can Bake: Step-By-Step Recipes Just for You
Jan Miller, Tricia Laning
Everything is Perfect When You're a Liar
Kelly Oxford
A Tale for the Time Being
Ruth Ozeki

Me Before You

Me Before You - Jojo Moyes LOVED this book! I haven't been able to stop talking about it for months. I've put together a post listing the 5 top reasons you need to read Me Before You for indigo.ca - check it out here: http://blog.indigo.ca/fiction/item/1291-5-reasons-read-me-before-you-jojo-moyes.html


Sutton - J.R. Moehringer I really wish I was able give this 4.5 stars. I enjoyed it beginning to end. Although this book is based on an actual person, it wasn't a given that Willie would come across as real - but Moehringer really succeeded in making him feel authentic. There was nothing in this book that felt predictable, but there were also no surprises - save for one revealed late in the book that really added to the sincerity of the whole novel. This is one of the books that everyone around the office that has had a chance to read have acknowledged as one of the year's best so far. Looking forward to the success it will undoubtedly receive when it is released next month!

Life As I Blow It: Tales of Love, Life and Sex...Not Necessarily in That Order

Life As I Blow It: Tales of Love, Life and Sex...Not Necessarily in That Order - Loved this book. I was giggling constantly while reading it on the way to work. Perfect for those in their mid-late twenties who are dreading turning the big 3-0 and all the life decisions that come with it.