A house cat and her animal friends struggle to survive after the zombie apocalypse. Without humans to care for them or manage the world, they need to fight not only zombies, but also wild animals and, suddenly, wild former house pets.
The Y Chromosome challenges the reader to meet an all-woman society of the future, where the few remaining men live in hiding. When one of these men is discovered, the resulting conflict threatens both worlds.
Lawrence knows in every fiber of his soul that he was meant to be a famous concert pianist, but the road to his pinnacle of success—performance on the stage at Carnegie Hall—is a steep and winding one, full of obstacles and family tragedy.
The people of a small reserve on Canada's west coast grapple with a horrific crime, the result of inter-generational trauma caused by the residential school system, and overcome it by means of their traditions and own system of laws and punishment.
For the last four decades, ever since Canada recognized the People's Republic of China, the government of that nation has been seeking to extend its influence in Canadian business and governance through covert means.
What happens when Erika Drake, protestant and of a wealthy family, falls in love with Marc Reiser, a young Jewish lawyer in anti-Semitic Montreal in 1944, set against the backdrop of the Second World War.
A case study of how a diverse, multicultural society became an autocratic state. 1492 was the year that concluded the efforts of Ferdinand and Isabella to drive out all Jews and Muslims from Spain, forcing it to be a unified nation with one religion.
A teenage girl describes her life in the Hindi community in Toronto, with a widowed mother, an autistic brother, and an auntie whose cooking show is something of a joke as she herself does not know how to cook.