Canada Reads Top 40: Explore the books

UPDATE: Voting for the Top 10 is now closed. The Top 10 will be revealed on November 12. While you wait, you can get to know the Top 40 better below.

What is the one novel that could change Canada?

That's the question we put to you, Canada, earlier this year. And you answered! Thousands of recommendations poured in from across the country. We ran this data through the Canada Reads machine to come up with the Canada Reads 2014 Top 40. Check out the novels that made it below.

The Top 10 will be revealed on Tuesday, November 12th on Q and right here on the Canada Reads website. Until then, get to know the Top 40 better below. 

Want a printable list to take to your library or bookstore? Get the list here (PDF).

The Canada Reads Top 40:

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