Author Archives: Brigitte Hartt

About Brigitte Hartt

I am a graduate of St. Francis Xavier University with a degree in Math and French. I joined the Unputdownable Book Club in September 2011, when I moved to Ottawa to begin my studies in Translation at the University of Ottawa. Unlike many of my fellow mathletes, I have been an avid reader my whole life. My childhood was defined by authors like Kit Pearson and Laura Ingalls Wilder, and my outlook on life was revolutionized by Ayn Rand and the Brontë sisters when I was in high school. Now, as a pseudo-adult, I am still drawn to classics, but I certainly enjoy contemporary novels as well and even a good chick lit from time to time! Our book club meetings have become a highlight every month. Who doesn't love good books, good food, good wine, and most importantly, fabulous company?!

December book review – The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce

As Julia mentioned in her post early in December, it was decided only at the last minute that I would choose the December book. I had been eyeing The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce for some time … Continue reading

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