Our second Perfect Pairings winner!

While the panelists decide which title to defend in this year's battle of the books, we are giving away a complete set of the Canada Reads: True Stories Top 10 every week.

To enter, all you have to do is comment on this post, telling us which Canadian personality should defend one of the Top 10 books and why! We're drawing a winner every Monday until November 23, so you have more chances to win.

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Our second perfect pairings winner is chelsebelle. They think that Rick Mercer should defend Margaret MacMillan's Paris 1919. Here's why:


"I think having Rick Mercer do Paris 1919 would be a great match! He would present the book with wit, intelligence and charm and make its intimidating subject matter accessible for everyone. As well, given the current political climate of super powers joining up to deal with the financial crisis, I'm sure Mercer's insights for political comparison between the book and current day would be priceless."


Do you agree with chelsebelle? Enter the "perfect pairings" contest to let us know who'd you choose and why.

The contest closes on midnight, ET on Sunday, November 19. The complete rules and regulations are here. Good luck!


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