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In the past few months, here’s what you had to say about some of your favorite reads.
Penticton books columnist reviews JK Rowling's new crime novel, The Cuckoo’s Calling.
Meadownlark Festival tour with author Richard Cannings takes participants on Challenge Penticton eco-tour.
Book review - thankfully, Nocturne is more than an accounting of personal grief.
Horror, murder mystery and fantasy seem to be the reading stuff of summer.
Brown is prone to cliché and sloppy writing, but at the right moment, he also hits the spot.
Penticton teacher opens summer library out of Queen's Park Elementary for students.
Heather Allen takes a look at David Sedaris' latest book, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls
Penticton book columnist examines athletic pursuits in Born To Run and Wherever I Wind Up.
Richard Wagamese, currently one of Canada’s most prominent writers, is coming to Penticton. And not just for a short stopover.
Penticton writer and reader Heather Allen discusses Okanagan Reads book Shoot! written by George Bowering.
Penticton book reviewer reads one of the nominees for best book of the year, The Purchase by Linda Spalding.
Book columnist Heather Allen, who lives in Penticton, finds new goal in The Antidote: Happiness for People who can't Stand Positive.
Penticton book reviewer Heather Allen explores The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.
Heather Allen writes about Oliver author Jeannette Montgomery.
Book reviewer Heather Allen, from Penticton, finds compelling read in The 100-year-old Man who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared.
Book columnist Heather Allen, from Penticton, checks out JK Rowling's newest offering The Casual Vacancy.
Penticton reader and writer Heather Allen reviews The Swerve: How the World Became Modern.
Book columnist Heather Allen from Penticton looks at the work of Lisa Genova.
Heather Allen is a writer and reader in Penticton and is reviewing Wild by Cheryl Strayed.