Rare Machines Book Bundle - Dundurn

Rare Machines Book Bundle

A set of five books

Published November 2022

$ 110.00


With the Rare Machines five-book bundle, discover the very best of emerging Canadian literary talent. Available for a limited time only!

Discover breakout debuts and CanLit must-read books with our curated book bundle, available exclusively on dundurn.com for a limited time. Dundurn Press’s new literary imprint, Rare Machines, publishes literary fiction and poetic non-fiction that is playful, unusual, daring, or innovative. A perfect bundle for gift season or for treating yourself, in this bundle you will discover these five paperbacks:

Nothing Will Be Different: A Memoir by Tara McGowan-Ross
Tara McGowan-Ross, an infamous Montreal party girl, discovers a lump in her breast, which sends her on a tumultuous journey of rigorous self-questioning. This coming-of-age memoir weaves together a hilarious and heartbreaking story about learning to live before getting ready to die. *Finalist for Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Nonfiction

Seven Down by David Whitton
In this quirky, character-driven debut novel seven hotel employees puzzle out the events of a botched assassination attempt — the next read for fans of Fredrik Backman's Anxious People and Matt Haig's The Midnight Library. *Finalist for the 2022 Crime Writers of Canada Award for Best First Novel

Autonomy by Victoria Hetherington
In a near future ravaged by illness, one woman and her AI companion enter a dangerous bubble of the superrich. An ambitious philosophical novel about the possibilities for love in a world in which human bodies are either threatened or irrelevant.

Celia, Misoka, I by Xue Yiwei; translated from the French by Stephen Nashef
Three strangers of different origin meet at the frozen Beaver Lake on the top of Mount Royal in Montreal. Day by day, a multilayered emotional drama of love, loss, and loneliness builds. Rooted in the painful past of globalization, this novel reveals the secrets of the paradise we all have lost as human beings.

Jade Is a Twisted Green by Tanya Turton
A debut novel for readers of Frying Plantain follows the coming of age of Jade Brown, a young Black queer woman on the cusp of turning twenty-five. Her becoming story explores Jamaican Canadian identity, love, passion, chosen family, and rediscovering life’s pleasures after loss.

Book Details

November 2022
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