Victory City: A Novel
By Salman RushdieIn the store
Available February 8 and reminding us how important words are, Rushdie returns to the realm of magic realism and to the India of his birth. . . . A grand entertainment, in a tale with many strands, by an ascended master of modern legend.
Bad Cree: A Novel
By Jessica JohnsIn the store
With creeps that are ever-creepy and love flowing like beer at a bush party, Bad Cree is a book about the power of dreams, home and family. It reads like a tribute to the ones who came before us Lee Maracle, Jeanette Armstrong, Eden Robinson.
By Iain ReidIn the store
Don't miss Iain Reid at the first of the Eden Mills Writers' Festival Winter Bookclub! February 15 @ 7 pm. This novel works by a fine hat trick of genre-twisting subtlety, chilling suspense, and a bone-close two-fold portrait of aging in a world that devours everything.
The Half Known Life: In Search of Paradise
By Pico IyerIn the store
Traveling from Iran to North Korea, from the Dalai Lama's Himalayas to the ghostly temples of Japan, Pico Iyer brings together a lifetime of explorations to upend our ideas of utopia and ask how we might find peace in the midst of difficulty and suffering.
Feed the Birds: Attract and Identify 196 Common North American Birds
By Chris EarleyIn the store
Guelph resident and bird lover Chris Early has designed Feed the Birds as a resource for beginners and experienced birdwatchers alike.
Chip War: The Fight for the World's Most Critical Technology
By Chris MillerIn the store
Pulse quickening…Chip War makes a whale of a case: that the chip industry now determines both the structure of the global economy and the balance of geopolitical power. But the book is not a polemic. Rather, it's a nonfiction thriller!
Mushrooming: The Joy of the Quiet Hunt - An Illustrated Guide to the Fascinating, the Delicious, the Deadly and the Strange
By Diane Borsato, Kelsey OseidIn the store
Fungi love! "I want to live in Diane Borsato's brain. What a joy it is to experience the fruiting bodies of her deep wide intellect in this book about mushrooms, art, forests, feminism, poison, pasta, and so much more. This is my favourite kind of fence jumping, perspective shifting, deliciously illustrated, eloquently enquiring, radically alive book," Kyo Maclear, author of Birds Art Life.
Where To from Here: A Path to Canadian Prosperity
By Bill Morneau, John Lawrence ReynoldsIn the store
Morneau looks backward with coolness and candor and forward with a fresh vision of all that Canada can - and must - become...as well as a few insider tales!
A World of Curiosities
By Louise PennyIn the store
#1 New York Times bestselling author Louise Penny returns with the eighteenth book in her popular series featuring Armand Gamache and the denizens of the Quebec village Three Pines. "What more could a mystery reader - or any reader, for that matter - want?" - Maureen Corrigan, Washington Post
The Sleeping Car Porter
By Suzette MayrIn the store
Winner of this year's Scotia Bank Giller Prize. Congratulations Suzette Mayr!!
The Sleeping Car Porter brings to life an important part of Black history in North America, from the perspective of a queer man living in a culture that renders him invisible in two ways. Affecting, imaginative, and visceral enough that you'll feel the rocking of the train, The Sleeping Car Porter is a stunning accomplishment.
The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture
By Daniel Maté, Gabor MatéIn the store
Now, Maté brings his perspective to the great untangling of commonly held myths about what makes us sick, and connects the dots between personal suffering and the pressures of modern-day living. Filled with stories of people in the grip of illness or in the triumphant wake of recovery, The Myth of Normal is Gabor Maté's most life-affirming and urgent book yet.