Starred Review Books
Vetted and praised by top reviewers, the books in this collection come highly recommended.
A lyrical, powerful, and richly textured novel about three lives that intertwine across oceans and time.
A collection that spans four decades to present the lives of Iranian women in post-revolutionary Iran and the contemporary diaspora in Canada.
The heart-pounding first installment of the MacNeice Mysteries, featuring a sophisticated detective solving the murder of a beautiful violinist.
Set in the rugged South African wasteland, Fever is an epic story of survival and betrayal for fans of Station Eleven and The Road.
An unflinching and profound portrait of Maggie and Thomas, and their disintegrating marriage.
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.
Acclaimed historian Margaret MacMillan gives her own personal selection of the great figures of the past, who have changed the course of history.
Teva Harrison’s In-Between Days is an inspiring graphic memoir about living with cancer.
A powerful drama about entwined lives and a woman with an unsettling ability to broach the innermost dynamics of the people around her.
The second novel in the Marko della Torre series, Killing Pilgrim is a propulsive political thriller set against the backdrop of war-torn Yugoslavia.
A bestseller that has sold over one million copies internationally and the most important book to have come out of South Korea since The Vegetarian.