The Woo Woo

Lindsay Wong’s memoir, The Woo Woo, takes a look at growing up in a family plagued with mental illness.  Equal parts heartbreaking and darkly comedic, The Woo Woo explores the author’s complicated relationship with her parents, siblings and extended family as well as her own mental illness after being diagnosed with a neurological disorder in…

Homes

Homes is the story of Abu Bakr al Rabeeah, as told to Winnie Yeung, about his family’s life in both Iraq and Syria before moving to Canada as refugees in 2015. For as long as I can remember, there has always been some sort of conflict ongoing in the Middle East. Despite seeing it on…

Everyday Hockey Heroes

Everyday Hockey Heroes contains a collection of stories from inspiring men and women inside the world of hockey, on and off the ice. I received an advance copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Much like Bob’s previous hockey book, Everyday Hockey Heroes is broken up into individual sections featuring a different…