The Apollo Murders
By Chris HadfieldIn the store
The far side of the Moon, 1973. Three astronauts are trapped in a tiny Apollo module, and one of them has murder on the mind . . .
October 26 @ 8 p.m. Check out indieevents.ca! Great New York Times review Oct 15!
Discover Us, Innovation Grows Here
By Richard BainIn the store
“Discover Us” beautifully illustrates the many innovators associated with Innovation Guelph along with organizations that form the pillars of our local community. It captures the heart of the innovation corridor and the essence of what it means to be an entrepreneur. John Sleeman provides insight about the value of mentorship in the foreword of the book that also explores the Guelph regional priority sectors.
State of Terror: A Novel
By Hillary Rodham Clinton, Louise PennyIn the store
After a tumultuous period in American politics, a new administration has just been sworn in, and to everyone's surprise the president chooses a political enemy for the vital position of secretary of state. Co-written by Louise Penny!!!
By Susan OrleanIn the store
These stories consider a range of creatures-the household pets we dote on, the animals we raise to end up as meat on our plates, the creatures who could eat us for dinner, the various tamed and untamed animals we share our planet with who are central to human life.
Renegades: Born in the USA
By Barack Obama, Bruce SpringsteenIn the store
Filled with full-color photographs and rare archival material, it is a compelling and beautifully illustrated portrait of two outsiders-one Black and one white-looking for a way to connect their unconventional searches for meaning, identity, and community with the American story itself. Pre-order now to avoid supply chain disappointments!
Off the Record
By Peter MansbridgeIn the store
After years of interviewing others, Peter turns the lens on himself and takes us behind the scenes of his life on the frontlines of journalism as he reflects on the toll of being in the spotlight, the importance of diversity in the newsroom, the role of the media then and now, and the responsibilities we all bear as citizens in an increasingly global world.
Silverview: A Novel
By John Le CarrÉIn the store
Silverview is the mesmerizing story of an encounter between innocence and experience and between public duty and private morals.
The Lincoln Highway: A Novel
By Amor TowlesIn the store
"Towles' third novel is even more entertaining than his much-acclaimed A Gentleman in Moscow . . .A remarkable blend of sweetness and doom, [The Lincoln Highway] is packed with revelations about the American myth, the art of storytelling, and the unrelenting pull of history.
Cloud Cuckoo Land: A Novel
By Anthony DoerrIn the store
The heroes of Cloud Cuckoo Land are trying to figure out the world around them: Anna and Omeir, on opposite sides of the formidable city walls during the 1453 siege of Constantinople; teenage idealist Seymour in an attack on a public library in present day Idaho; and Konstance, on an interstellar ship bound for an exoplanet, decades from now.
Taste: My Life Through Food
By Stanley TucciIn the store
Taste is a reflection on the intersection of food and life, filled with anecdotes about his growing up in Westchester, New York; preparing for and shooting the foodie films Big Night and Julie & Julia; falling in love over dinner; and teaming up with his wife to create meals for a multitude of children.
By Katherena VermetteIn the store
Katherena Vermette's The Strangers is a deeply moving story of how colonial institutions continue to bear down on and disrupt the lives of Indigenous women and girls. October 7@ 8 p.m. Check indieevents.ca!
Field Study: Meditations on a Year at the Herbarium
By Helen HumphreysIn the store
Award-winning poet and novelist Helen Humphreys returns to her series of nature meditations in this gorgeously written and illustrated book that takes a deep look at the forgotten world of herbariums and the people who amassed collections of plant specimens in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Unreconciled: Family, Truth, and Indigenous Resistance
By Jesse WenteIn the store
Part memoir and part manifesto, Unreconciled is a stirring call to arms to put truth over the flawed concept of reconciliation, and to build a new, respectful relationship between the nation of Canada and Indigenous peoples. October 14 @ 8 p.m. Check indieevents.ca!
Out of the Sun: On Race and Storytelling
By Esi EdugyanIn the store
Two-time Scotiabank Giller Prize winner and internationally bestselling author Esi Edugyan delivers an incisive analysis of the relationship between race and art.
By Robert Costa, Bob WoodwardIn the store
This classic study of Washington takes readers deep inside the Trump White House, the Biden White House, the 2020 campaign, and the Pentagon and Congress, with vivid, eyewitness accounts of what really happened.
Bewilderment: A novel
By Richard PowersIn the store
What can a father do, when the only solution offered to his rare and troubled boy is to put him on psychoactive drugs? October 4 @ 7p.m. Check out indieevents.ca!
Beautiful World, Where Are You
By Sally RooneyIn the store
A book you may have been waiting for from the author of Normal People.