The 10 best books of so far, according to Amazon - Business InsiderIn , the cultural conversation has been dominated by the constant churn of political news. But, as always, we found comfort and inspiration in books. Fiction can offer an escape, but also new insight into the problems that plague us in the real world, and this year we turned to novels and short story collections that offered both. Of the books we read this year, these stood out as the most striking, the most memorable and the most unmissable. Here are our favorite works of fiction from
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Proulx plays with time like putty, over a company negotiating tab. The Golden Legend by Nadeem Aslam. Eggers is more interested in the fact that her right foot is raised: "That's right. It's an unforgettable reconstruction of a national tragedy.
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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Globe and Mail editors and reviewers offer up their favourite books of This article was published more than 2 years ago. Some information in it may no longer be current. Transit , by Rachel Cusk HarperCollins — In this follow-up to her Scotiabank Giller Prize-shortlisted novel Outline , a woman and her two sons move to London after the end of her marriage. Transit , too, was a finalist for this year's Giller.
From this collection emerges a wholly original voice, along with a sense of wonder toward the world at large that remains long after the last page. In her first book for children, Room author Donoghue introduces a sprawling and very memorable clan whose freethinking ethos is given a jolt when a conservative adulst is thrown into the mix. When the New Yorker scribe David Grann writes something-anything-you should read it. Whether searching for a lost civilization in the Amazon, or probing the horrific possibility that the state of Texas executed an innocent.
The Corpses of the Futureby Lynn Crosbie House of Anansi - The risk-taking poet's latest collection, Vitamin is one of those rare books that is both devastating and light-hearted, you can call it bset gun. Or. Reviewer Carly Lewis calls Hunger "one of the most honest texts ever published by a woman in a body of size. Goodb.