Sapiens is the thrilling account of our extraordinary history from insignificant apes to rulers of the world.
Derryl Murphy’s Canadian roots are a prominent aspect of his work. The Saskatoon author’s most recent release, Over the Darkened Landscape, which was published this past November, brings together 13 short stories from throughout his career.
In his latest novel, Wonder, Canadian author Robert J. Sawyer explores the possible ramifications of the awakening of artificial intelligence. Wonder, the third installment in Sawyer’s WWW trilogy, asks what exactly is a human, and moreover, a life. Sawyer moves away from the typical preconceptions that A.I. will be a threat instead of an asset to
Dianne Warren's Cool Water is a demure, unassuming novel perfectly tuned to the pace of life in small-town Saskatchewan. It was also the ideal book to read over the Christmas holidays.
There is only one word that truly describes One Day by David Nicholls and that is: “real.”
I don't know exactly what it is about the specific word arrangement of The Cellist of Sarajevo, but it's hard to imagine it indicating anything other than an elegiac war story ”” and you wouldn't be half wrong.