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Book Review: Fit at Mid-Life  Ottawa Life's Top Books of 2017 Book Review: Admissions: Life as a Brain Surgeon Book Review: Historical Atlas of Early Railways Book Review: Arctic Spirit  Book Review: I Have Something to Tell You

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Book Review: Fit at Mid-Life 

Book Review: Fit at Mid-Life 

What if you could be fitter now than you were in your twenties? And what if you could achieve it while feeling more comfortable and confident in your body than ever before?
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Ottawa Life's Top Books of 2017

Ottawa Life's Top Books of 2017

We flipped through a lot of pages last year. Here are our top reads of 2017.
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Book Review: Admissions: Life as a Brain Surgeon

Book Review: Admissions: Life as a Brain Surgeon

Admissions is a moving and often thrilling account of a man struggling to come to terms with old age and the end of a satisfying career while continuing to work as a neurosurgeon in parts of the world that desperately require that sort of medical expertise.
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Book Review: Historical Atlas of Early Railways

Book Review: Historical Atlas of Early Railways

In a sense the very earliest railways were simply ruts caused by the passage of carts on softer ground.

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Book Review: Arctic Spirit 

Book Review: Arctic Spirit 

In one short decade, Dan and Martha Albrecht have put together one of the finest collections of Inuit art ever assembled –nearly 4,000 pieces, most of which they have donated to the Heard Museum.
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Book Review: I Have Something to Tell You

Book Review: I Have Something to Tell You

Natalie Appleton’s I Have Something to Tell You is a lyrical, illuminating, funny and frank account of contemporary twenties angst –from the Canadian Prairies to Southeast Asia.
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