Margaret Atwood, Canada's Queen of Letters, tackles Britain's Bard with her contemporary retelling of The Tempest.
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NUTSHELL (Knopf Canada) by Ian McEwen
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Room author Emma Donoghue has done it again, this time with her Giller Prize nominated, The Wonder.
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Faraway places and fascinating adventures – this collection of worldly reads promises incredible journeys without the jet lag!
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