WATCH & WIN: Our Cityline Book Club discusses All the Broken Things by Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer

Get a behind-the-scenes look at our Cityline staffers' book club meeting and enter to win a book prize pack!


Have you been reading along with the Cityline Book Club? Here at the studio, we had a fantastic discussion about our latest book pick, the story of Bo and Bear in All the Broken Things by Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer. Wondering what we thought about Max and his relationship with Rose, and what we thought about the portrayal of Orange? Take a look at the video of our meeting below:

Spoiler alert! Spoiler alert! If you’ve read the book and want to hear what we thought about the ending, click here to watch our bonus discussion and find out what we thought about Rose’s story!

If you read All the Broken Things along with us, we want to know what you thought of the novel! Post a comment below with your thoughts on the book, and you’ll be entered to win a book prize pack courtesy of Random House Canada!

For our next book club pick, we’ll be reading The Confabulist by Steven Galloway (Random House Canada), and once again, we want you to read along with us! Stay tuned for a chance to win a copy next week!

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I too wasn’t sure if this was a book for me when I started reading about a bear and a boy but as the story developed I was drawn in. The love and combined shame that Bo and has mother have for his sister is well presented and realistic. I like a plot full of twists and turns but with a believable upbeat ending and this book delivered.

April 29, 2014 at 10:46 am

I loved this book. We read it in my book club and it got thumbs up all around. Kathryn, the author, was approachable too, as we chatted on Twitter, and she was lovely enough to answer some questions that my book club had. I would recommend it to anyone, and did so in the book review I wrote here;

http://krigek.blogspot.ca/2014/02/all-broken-things.html

April 29, 2014 at 11:17 am

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