A Neuroscientist Explores the Border Between Life and Death by Adrien Owen

MY RATING: ★★★★/ 5  Anyone knowing me would know how much I’m passionate about my field of study, neurosciences, and this book perfectly describes the fundamental aspects as well as the psychological ones that I rarely see people do. He describes his experience and work with his patients dealing with neurological disease over 29 years. When…

How To Be A Bawse by Lilly Singh (ARC)

MY RATING : ★★★★★/5 Lily Singh a.k.a Superwoman a.k.a. The Bad-Ass Female on Earth a.k.a. Our Canadian Proud a.k.a… Okay I should stop. But I’ve loved Lilly’s comedy videos since the beginning and when I learned she was releasing a book… After this little fangirling moment, you will probably wonder: “GOD THIS REVIEW IS BIASED BY HER…

ARC Review: Traveling with Ghosts by Shannon Leone Fowler

MY RATING : ★★★★ Published date : February 21,2017 Imagine your doctorate thesis is about biology, marine biology to be specific. And your lover’s cause of death is a jelly fish sting. Ironic, right? I would be so frustrated with the world if that happened and that was exactly the case for Shannon Fowler. In this…

The Spider and the Fly by Claudia Rowe

“Well, well, Claudia. Can I call you Claudia? I’ll have to give it to you, when confronted at least you’re honest, as honest as any reporter… You want to go into the depths of my mind and into my past. I want a peek into yours. It is only fair, isn’t it?” — Kendall Francois…

Cracking The Quebec Code by Jean-Marc Léger

    Thanks to over 30 years of data collected by the Leger survey firm, a mission to paint a portrait of Quebec was commenced. Four major surveys, thirty complementary interviews with Quebec leaders and an interesting semiometry analysis later, Jean-Marc Léger and his colleagues Jacques Nantel and Pierre Duhamel have published a book that unveils the…