Book Reviews on rabble.ca

Jun 5 2014 | By Angela Misri | Come discover the wonderful world of Sherlock Holmes again, but this time through the eyes of the quick-witted Portia Adams. This YA novel is great for both kids and adults alike!
May 29 2014 | By Lindsey Cornum | Idle No More was a renewed declaration of refusal and provided a new hub to organize the collective struggle. 'The Winter We Danced' is a tribute to the movement and its future.
May 22 2014 | By Muna Mire | The conversation around sex work is nuanced and contentious. Melissa Gira Grant views anti-sex work feminism as a contradiction and explores the concepts of "whore stigma" and the "rescue industry."
May 15 2014 | By Amira Elghawaby | Is our parliamentary system destined to remain broken? 'Tragedy in the Commons' aims to salvage a system that seems beyond repair and asks the question, why are Canadians so disengaged from politics?
May 8 2014 | By Betsy Greer | How do you express your activism? What if you did it through yarn-bombing, sewing or ceramics? Well then you would fit right in with the craftivism crowd! Check out these three stories of craftivism.
May 1 2014 | By Joan Baxter | 'Grist' is the third novel by Linda Little and follows the story of Penelope MacLaughlin, a Nova Scotian woman trapped in a loveless marriage during the at times bleak and trying days of 19th century.
Apr 24 2014 | By Al Engler | 'The Sixth Extinction' makes abundantly clear that carbon dioxide emissions are serious and we urgently need to cut our reliance on fossil fuel energy.
Apr 17 2014 | By Max Haiven | This excerpt from 'Crises of Imagination, Crises of Power' suggests the decline in the public sphere is not because capitalism is in crisis, but because capitalism is the crisis.
Apr 10 2014 | By Mercedes Allen | A collection of autobiographical vignettes, sketches and essays capture the moments of Ivan E. Coyote's and Rae Spoon's navigation through ill-fitting gender rules, roles and assumptions.
Apr 3 2014 | By Heather Morgan | The life and times of Rob Ford written by incredible reporter Robyn Doolittle. What more can we say?