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Song of the Sword

Edward Willett

With the Lady of the Lake appearing in Wascana Lake in Regina, and Merlin disguising himself as a tech mogul in Toronto, Song of the Sword by Edward Willett has an entirely different take on the Arthurian legends. more

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Sync City

Peter Ryan

In this post-apocalyptic science fiction tale, Saskatoon is the centre of a massive disturbance in time due to experiments gone awry at the Canadian Light Source. more

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Life on the Refrigerator Door

Alice Kuipers

Alice Kuipers does an amazing job of telling this story with so few words. The entire book is told through the notes that a mother and teenaged daughter leave each other on the refrigerator door. more

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Amber Fang

Arthur Slade

The first instalment in what will be a series, Amber Fang is a novella about a vampire, the titular character. It’s a fun, quick read, with a slightly different take on vampires than you might have read in the past. more

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The Death of Us

Alice Kuipers

The Death of Us is a young adult suspense novel that starts with the news of a horrible crash then takes us back to before it all happened. more

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Yellow Dog by Miriam Körner

Yellow Dog by Miriam Körner

In Yellow Dog, Saskatchewan author Miriam Körner captures life in the north through the eyes of a teen named Jeremy as he learns how to run a dog sled and unravels a mystery about the elder who teaches him. more

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Consider the Sunflowers

Elma Schemenauer

Rural women enjoyed many of the benefits from modernization but increased urbanization created new complications. Author Elma Schemenauer has explored the new realities facing women like her mother in her fictional book, Consider the Sunflowers. more

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The Surprising Lives of Small-Town Doctors

The Surprising Lives of Small-Town Doctors

Pride. Gratitude. Respect. Insecurity. Fear. Panic. Determination. Hope. Bravery. The stories in The Surprising Lives of Small Town Doctors show the full range of human emotion through short essays by Canadian doctors about working in rural settings. more

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Violet and Victor Write...

Alice Kuipers

Saskatchewan has a wealth of literary talent writing in an amazing array of genres, including children’s picture books. more

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Gus Kenderdine Lagoon at Emma Lake

Gus Kenderdine

Our land is always with us. But in the midst of Saskatchewan’s natural power and beauty, how can we possibly keep track of the changes taking place around us, much less, understand what they mean? Art and a bit of history help. more

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Flickers by Arthur Slade

Flickers by Arthur Slade

A middle-grade horror novel about horror movies, Flickers is decidedly creepy in all the best ways while never becoming too scary for its younger target audience. more

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Glory Over Everything Kathleen Grissom

A spiritual sequel to Kathleen Grissom’s debut (and New York Times best-selling) The Kitchen House, Glory over Everything is set in in 1830s Philadelphia. more

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A Geography of Blood by Candace Savage

A Geography of Blood by Candace Savage

A Geography of Blood is one of those rare books that changes the way you see the world. In this nonfiction book, Candace Savage turns her critical and creative eye on herself and her adopted hometown of Eastend. more

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Dollybird Anne Lazurko

Dollybird Anne Lazurko

Set in 1906, Dollybird is not the Saskatchewan you know, but it is a Saskatchewan that’s charged with life and energy, a place you will not soon forget. more

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Masks by E.C. Blake

In the Masks of Aygrima series by Regina author E.C. Blake, magic is a physical resource to be harvested while a corrupt ruler hoards it all. more

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