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The Battle of Alberta
Continuing with these "bad books", I recently read a non-fiction doozie called The Battle of Alberta, written by Edmonton journalist Mark Spector. Having grown up in Calgary, the battle between the Calgary Flames and the Edmonton Oilers in the 1980s, has al...

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Martian Chronicle
My progress on number 84, An American Tragedy, continues, slowly but surely. About a fifth of the way through it, I'm enjoying it. However, it is a slow read at almost 900 pages of tiny print. Looks like I won't be able to finish it before the Stampede, as ...

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Selecting Number Eighty-Four
I have started number 84 of the list,  An American Tragedy . I didn't start it right away, because, to be honest, it took me a few days to decide what to read next. This was a fairly easy task when I had 65 book left to ready, but as I'm now down to only 17...

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#83 - "The Death of the Heart" by Elizabeth Bowden
This is the second book in the "Death Trilogy" that features on this list; the others being A Death in the Family, and Death Comes for the Archbishop. I guess the novelization of Death to Smoochy  just didn't make the cut. I didn't know anything about this ...

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Eunoia: Unquestionably Educational, Tenaciously Elocutionary
For the weekend, here's a little something "off-list;" an interesting and very unique book I read this week, Eunoia by Christian Bok. I first came across Christian while writing for WordFest a few years ago, and have been following him on Twitter ever since...

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