Day Four: Something Fierce survives, named the Canada Reads 2012 champion

Shad took home the Canada Reads crown on February 9, after four days of fierce debates. His chosen title, Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter, narrowly edged out Alan Thicke's choice, The Game by Ken Dryden, in a 3-2 vote. 


You can relive all the drama in our video stream and live chat below:

Here's how the final day of votes went down:

Alan Thicke: Something Fierce by Carmen Aguirre

Shad: The Game by Ken Dryden

Stacey McKenzie: Something Fierce by Carmen Aguirre

Arlene Dickinson: The Game by Ken Dryden

Anne-France Goldwater: The Game by Ken Dryden

Result: The Game goes down in a close 3-2 vote. Something Fierce is the Canada Reads 2012 champion!

Shad stopped by CBC News Network to discuss his win and the dramatic week leading up to it:

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Which book should be the People's Choice? 

If you want to replay the action, catch the one hour radio special on CBC Radio One on Saturday, February 11 at 4 p.m. (4:30 in Newfoundland) or the one hour television special on CBC Television on Sunday, February 12 at 1 p.m. (1:30 in Newfoundland).

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