Enjoy these books that prize juries have rated as the best of the best.
An intimate and compelling novel about motherhood, love and the search for belonging, and what it means to be a sister.
A brilliant and darkly comic novel about a wealthy widow and her adult son who flee New York for Paris in the wake of scandal and financial ruin.
Frying Plantain follows a girl from elementary school to high school graduation as she navigates Black identity in a predominantly white society.
Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Coady gives us nine new stories, each grabbing our attention from the first line and resonating long after the last.
A powerful drama about entwined lives and a woman with an unsettling ability to broach the innermost dynamics of the people around her.
This touching, witty novel introduces us to a number of voyages of discovery.
The fifth in the ten-book "Soifs" novel cycle. In this vibrant novel, we enter the lives of unforgettable characters, some familiar from previous works and some new.
The unexpected meeting of two present-day travellers exposes one of the most perplexing mysteries in the history of Arctic exploration.
Lisa Moore splices moments together so vividly, you'll swear you've lived them yourself.
Karen Solie's poems are X-rays of our delusions and mistaken perceptions, explorations of violence, bad luck, fate, and creeping catastrophe.
Part literary Western and part historical mystery, Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize winner Ridgerunner is now available as a paperback.
The shocking true story of seven young Indigenous students who were found dead in a northern Ontario city over the span of seven years.