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INTERVIEW: Robert Art Talks “Homeland & Philosophy”

After September 11th, the world became fascinated with the world of terrorists and making sure everything possible was being done to stop what happened from happening again. Robert Arp, a research analyst who works for the U.S. Army and previous philosophy professor recently worked on a project… a book called …

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BOOK REVIEW: “Rooms” by Lauren Oliver

Lauren Oliver has been one of my favourite writers since the ‘Delirium’ series was released to the joy of YA readers everywhere. When I was offered the chance to read her new novel that found it’s way into the adult fiction genre I was very excited to put my nose …

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Aftermath’ by Jen Alexander

When I first started reading this book I was really excited. The description looked good, the cover artwork was intriguing, and it just seemed like it was going to be great. As I started in and started moving through the first few chapters, I found myself incredibly confused. I don’t …

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘Family Meals’ by Chef Michael Smith

I LOVE to cook, so imagine my delight when a new book arrived at my door by Chef Michael Smith (Food Network Canada star and the man who taught me how to properly cut a bell pepper)! The first thing readers will notice and appreciate about Chef Michael’s latest book …

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