Globe and mail books 2016
The 20 books you’ll be reading for the rest of 2016
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Christmas is slightly more than two weeks away. Not finished shopping? Books editor Mark Medley has a few suggestions when it comes to the perfect gift for the readers in your life. First published in — was Newfoundland even a province back then? Yes, this is a shameless plug.
If you have been here before you are probably used to reading news and articles about my book, A Good Death, a social history of the right to die movement in Canada and around the world. We begin aging at conception, perhaps sooner, and most of us want to extend that process through long, healthy and productive lives. How do we do that? What do we mean by old in an era when three score years and ten has lost its resonance as longevity soars and centenarians are the fastest growing demographic in Canada? My confidence took as much of a hit as my body, so I resolved I was done with falling. After celebrating a significant birthday this year, I wrote about the future of aging for The Walrus magazine.
Globe Books Editor Mark Medley and his reviewers reveal their favourite reads of the year. Whether finding the best in fiction, keeping it real with non-fiction or.
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Drawing With: Meet Miss Moon, a governess in charge of 67 dogs
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. This epic literary thriller transports readers through the endless slums, twisting alleyways and gaudy mansions of 19th-century London, where two men join forces to track down an infamous criminal mastermind named Edward Shade. In The Best Kind of People , a Connecticut family is rocked to its core when sexual-assault accusations are levelled against the father, George, a popular teacher at the local private school. What would you do to reunite with your child? They turn out to be Casey and Jamie Cheng, foster children who lived with the family until they mysteriously went missing, forcing Jessica to question everything she thought she knew about her mother, and her own childhood.