Author Archives: Meghan Brown

About Meghan Brown

Recently dubbed, "the most popular person in Book Club," much to the chagrin of the President, Meghan is a lover of books, humour, wine and food (in no particular order). Luckily, all of these elements are free-flowing within the UBC. A two-time graduate of Carleton University, having completed her B.A. in Law & English and her M.A. in Legal Studies, Meghan's love for the law wasn't unmatched by her love for literature. After completing her second degree in 2012, she was finally able to join this book club and get back to reading for pleasure rather than burrying her nose in legal journals. An animal lover, you can be sure to find Meghan curling up with a good book and her famous cat, Jasper, on any given occasion. Website: inanutshell.ca Twitter: @megb723

May Book Review – Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

Our May book was Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. The club and I voted on a light and fluffy read for May since we knew we were coming into warmer days and less time curled up inside – and that’s exactly … Continue reading

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A Book Lover’s Gift Guide

With Christmas just 7 (!!) days away, we here at the Unputdownable Book Club wanted to help you out with a sometimes tricky person to cross off your list: a book lover. If you’re looking for a great gift for someone … Continue reading

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March book review – Prisoner of Tehran: A Memoir by Marina Nemat

Last month, the UBC picked Prisoner of Tehran: A Memoir by Marina Nemat, and I (along with many of the girls) was excited to sink my teeth into it. This memoir tells the story of Marina Nemat, a young, Christian girl, living through the … Continue reading

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February book review – The Imposter Bride by Nancy Richler

Having joined the UBC last spring, I was surprised to have my turn to pick a novel come up so quickly. With a large group of over 20 members, I assumed I’d have to pay my dues and wait 2 … Continue reading

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