Book Reviews on rabble.ca

Jan 25 2013 | By Haseena Manek | The Almond Tree is the fictional memoir of Ichmad Hamid, a Palestinian man who is forced to the head of the family at the age of 12 when his father is arrested for terrorism.
Jan 17 2013 | By Ramona Wadi | Freedom Sailors is an account of how a small group of ordinary people conceived and executed what seemed like a grandiose plan to break Israel’s illegal military blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Jan 3 2013 | By Meghan Murphy | Unfortunately, I get the distinct feeling that both Wolf and Moran's recent publications are representative of the current climate of feminism today.
Dec 20 2012 | By rabble staff | It's been a busy year in the lounge! Here is a month by month look at rabble's top reviews from 2012.
Dec 13 2012 | By Amira Elghawaby | Reading Revolution 2.0 against the backdrop of the current unrest in Egypt, one can't help but feel nostalgic.
Dec 6 2012 | By Corey Hill | Billed as a book for the children of the 99%, A is for Activist is the radical vision of Innosanto Nagara, a graphic designer and social justice activist from Oakland, California.
Nov 29 2012 | By Tyler Morgenstern | The question of the when of queerness is at the heart of transgender electronic musician Rae Spoon's remarkable debut novel, First Spring Grass Fire.
Nov 22 2012 | By Mara Munro | Fractured Homeland is Bonita Lawrence's stirring account of the Algonquins' 20-year struggle to reclaim their traditional territories.
Nov 15 2012 | By Derrick O'Keefe | To get past the War of 1812 myth-making to the real facts of history, a good start would be to turn off the vulgar, violent images on TV and pick up and read James Laxer's Tecumseh & Brock.
Nov 9 2012 | By Jody McIntyre | With an eye to Canada's growing international isolation, The Ugly Canadian is a must read for those who would like to see Canada adopt a more just foreign policy.