Outlander

Before I embarked on my second trip to Tristan da Cunha I wanted to bring only one book along. Four years ago when I visited

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Unknown Soldiers

When I was in Finland in July of this year I made it a point to pick up Unknown Soldiers by Väinö Linna. This is a new

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The Unknown Soldier

The Unknown Soldier by Väinö Linna is a classic of Finnish literature. I bought both the English translation and the Finnish original when I lived in

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Im(mortal) has been edited

I am pleased to report that Fareh Iqbal has edited her third novel, Im(mortal). I posted my original review on 13 September 2016 and an edited reprint was

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Fernweh has been edited

I posted my review of Fernweh on 29 August 2016, and Iqbal had it edited (partially) and reprinted on 25 September. Unlike past reviews where my annotations

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The Accusation

The Accusation claims to be “the first piece of fiction to come out of North Korea”. It is not. I purchased novels and short stories in

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Crewe Train

I learned about Crewe Train by Rose Macaulay from references to it in Andorra by Peter Cameron. My library system acquired a 1926 hardcover edition from Brantford Public Library.

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Andorra

Andorra by Peter Cameron tells the story of Alexander Fox, who flees to the tiny Principality of Andorra in order to start a new life. When

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