Author: Lilian Nattel

Web of Angels: “Absolutely Loved it” Review

Tammy, a recent graduate from the University of Calgary, on her preview of Web of Angels: "I found it absolutely fascinating…and I could not wait to figure out where the book was going. I absolutely loved it and had a really hard time putting it down." Read the whole review at For the Love of Reading.

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CBC & The Toronto Sun

February 23! I'm thrilled to be talking to Shelagh Rogers on CBC's The Next Chapter . February 24th! I'll be featured in The Toronto Sun's "Star Spaces." Marcy Cornblum asked intelligent and intriguing questions, focusing on home and physical space, how it relates to work and family. See the photos! (Including the wall mural.)

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Momo

Momo by Emile Ajar is fantastic. I wish someone would reprint it. This novel was published in the mid 70's and tells the story of an Arab boy (the narrator–fabulous voice) raised by an elderly Jewish woman who is a former prostitute and holocaust survivor.

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