Can Lit

10 Great Canadian Reads The Girl Who Was Saturday Night A Tale for the Time Being All My Puny Sorrows The Handmaids Tale The Bear

I grew up with the misconception that Canadian Literature was “uncool” and “boring” (I know, I know!). Luckily, I have seen the errors of my ways and have begun to really enjoy and seek out Canadian Literature. Over the past year, I have made a conscious effort to read and review more of these books so others can appreciate all that these Canadian authors have to give too! This page will be an index of all of my reviews of books that were written by Canadian authors (whether they’re living in Canada or not), sorted alphabetically by the author’s name. Enjoy!

A
Atwood, Margaret – The Handmaid’s Tale
Atwood, Margaret – Stone Mattress

B
Berkhout, Nina – The Gallery of Lost Species

C
Cameron, Claire – The Bear
Christie, Michael – If I Fall, If I Die
Coupland, Douglas – Hey Nostradamus!
Crummey, Michael – Sweetland

F
Fallis, Terry – No Relation
Fuller, Claire – Our Endless Numbered Days

H
Hooper, Emma – Etta and Otto and Russell and James
Hunter, Aislinn – The World Before Us

K
Kerbel, Deborah – Bye-Bye, Evil Eye

L
Lansens, Lori – The Mountain Story
Lui, Elaine – Listen to the Squawking Chicken

O
O’Neill, Heather – The Girl Who Was Saturday Night
Ozeki, Ruth – A Tale for the Time Being

P
Peacock, Molly – Alphabetique: 26 Characteristic Fictions

R
Rachman, Tom – The Rise & Fall of Great Powers

T
Tamaki, Jillian and Mariko – This One Summer (Graphic novel)
Thúy, Kim – Mãn
Toews, Miriam – All My Puny Sorrows

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5 thoughts on “Can Lit

  1. aryathefangirl says:

    This is an awesome list! I’ve been meaning to explore literature from around the world. Books from the States and England I’ve noticed get the most attention! Will for sure be checkong out some of the books on this list in the future.

    • kmn04books says:

      Thank you! I definitely used to pay most of my attention to English and American literature, but I’m glad I’ve branched out from that! I’m sure you’ll find many great reads in this list!

  2. Shery Alexander Heinis says:

    I’ll have to get on to read Margaret Atwood’s classic. I have a pile of books waiting to read. Ah, so many dellcious books and so little time! Thanks for this useful list.

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