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Annual Christmas Book Recommendations

It has become a yearly tradition on NNNW to talk about which books we might like to put or get under the Christmas tree.

Author Robert Wiersema in Victoria along with 32 Books owner Deb McVittie give their favourite fiction and non fiction titles.

You can hear that conversation Sunday after the 8:30 news.




Robert Wiersema's picks.


Fiction

Muse - Mary Novik S. - JJ Abrams/Doug Dorst
The Luminaries
- Eleanor Catton
Raising Steam - Terry Pratchett
The Most of Nora Ephron
- Nora Ephron

Non-fiction

Book of Legendary Lands - Umberto Eco
This Is the Story of a Happy Marriage
- Ann Patchett
Had a Glass 2014
- James Newison
Cocktail Culture - Shawn Soole and Nate Caudle
Humans of New York
- Brandon Stanton
The Gorgeous Nothings
- Emily Dickinson (facsimiles of original ED manuscripts)

Deb McVittie


Fiction

I Believe - Charles van Sandwyk
The Orenda
- Joseph Boyden
The Ocean At the End of the Lane
- Neil Gaiman
The Silent Wife
- A.S.A. Harrison
Shine, Shine, Shine - Lydia Netzer

Non-Fiction

I am Malala - Malala Yousafzai
Little Ship of Fools
- Charles Wilkins
Lonely End of the Rink - Grant Lawrence
Dead Mountain - Donnie Eichar
Teeny Tiny Ted - Robert Chaplin
William Shakespeare's Star Wars - Ian Doescher

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