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Canada Reads 2013 – The People Have Chosen

Canada Reads 2013 – The People Have Chosen

The five finalists in each region for Canada Reads 2013 were announced by Canada Reads host Jian Ghomeshi. This year five books will be selected, one from each region, and will be pitted against each other in a battle to the finish. This may be the first time the regions of Canada are divided over books!
The five Canada Reads 2013 panelists will be revealed on Thursday, November 29 on Q on CBC Radio. At the same time they will tell the country which book they have selected from their region to defend.
In case you missed the announcement the winners from each region are:

Atlantic Canada
Annabel
by Kathleen Winter
Anne of Green Gables
by L.M. Montgomery
February
by Lisa Moore
No Great Mischief
by Alistair MacLeod
Quebec
The Beautiful Mystery
by Louise Penny
Ru
by Kim Thuy
Solomon Gursky Was Here
by Mordecai Richler
The Tin Flute
by Gabrielle Roy
Two Solitudes
by Hugh MacLennan
Ontario
Away
by Jane Urquhart
The Day the Falls Stood Still
by Cathy Marie Buchanan
The English Patient 
by Michael Ondaatje
Far To Go
by Alison Pick
Fifth Business
by Robertson Davies

Prairies and the North

The Age of Hope
by David Bergen

The Diviners
by Margaret Laurence
The Garneau Block
by Todd Babiak
Late Nights on Air
by Elizabeth Hay
The Trade by
Fred Stenson
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British Columbia and the Yukon
Bow Grip
by Ivan E. Coyote
Everything was Good-Bye
by Gurjinder Basran
Indian Horse
by Richard Wagamese
Monkey Beach
by Eden Robinson
by Joy Kogawa
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Louise

Source: http://www.thereader.ca/2012/11/canada-reads-2013-people-have-chosen.html

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