George Saunders' Tenth of December: Should You Read It?

We're less than a full month into 2013 and some have already crowned the book of the year. Receiving almost unanimous praise from critics and readers alike, George Saunders' new short story collection, Tenth of December has the literary world buzzing. But, should you read it? Books columnist and editor Becky Toyne gives Day 6 the details.For your chance to win...
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We're less than a full month into 2013 and some have already crowned the book of the year. Receiving almost unanimous praise from critics and readers alike, George Saunders' new short story collection, Tenth of December has the literary world buzzing. But, should you read it? Books columnist and editor Becky Toyne gives Day 6 the details.

For your chance to win a copy of the book, send an email with your mailing address to day6 at cbc dot ca, with the subject line "Tenth of December", and we'll enter you in our random draw.

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