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100.1 KTHX Picks | Early March

Every other Wednesday tune into 100.1 KTHX for Wednesday Picks, where Christine highlights the books that are entertaining us here at Sundance Books and Music. She features a mix of new, old, famous, forgotten, intriguing and otherwise enlightening titles.

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Feast: Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip Cover Image Electri_city: The Dusseldorf School of Electronic Music Cover Image Fallen Glory: The Lives and Deaths of History's Greatest Buildings Cover Image

Feast: Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip Cover Image
$28.00
ISBN: 9780147529718
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Appetite by Random House - March 7th, 2017

Two friends. Five months. One car. Ten provinces. Three territories. Seven islands. Eight ferries. Two flights. One 48-hour train ride. And only one call to CAA. The result: over 100 incredible Canadian recipes from coast to coast and the Great White North.
Feast is a stunning representation of the diversity and complexity of Canada through its many favourite foods. The combination of Lindsay and Dana's capitivating journey with easy-to-follow recipes makes the book just as pleasurable to read as it is to cook from.


Electri_city: The Dusseldorf School of Electronic Music Cover Image
$27.95
ISBN: 9781468314434
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Overlook-Omnibus - February 21st, 2017

Fallen Glory: The Lives and Deaths of History's Greatest Buildings Cover Image
$35.00
ISBN: 9781250118295
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Picador USA - March 7th, 2017

AN INVITING, FASCINATING COMPENDIUM OF TWENTY-ONE OF HISTORY S MOST FAMOUS LOST PLACES, FROM THE TOWER OF BABEL TO THE TWIN TOWERS

Buildings are more like us than we realize. They can be born into wealth or poverty, enjoying every privilege or struggling to make ends meet. They have parents gods, kings and emperors, governments, visionaries and madmen as well as friends and enemies. They have duties and responsibilities. They can endure crises of faith and purpose. They can succeed or fail. They can live. And, sooner or later, they die.