The Saturday Night Ghost Club

The Saturday Night Ghost Club

When neurosurgeon Jake Breaker operates, he knows he's handling more than a patient's delicate brain tissue--he's altering their seat of consciousness, their golden vault of memory. And memory, Jake knows well, can be a tricky thing. When growing up in 1980s Niagara Falls, a.k.a. Cataract City--a seedy but magical, slightly haunted place--one of Jake's closest confidantes w When neurosurgeon Jake Breaker operates, he knows he's handling more than a patient's delicate brain tissue--he's alt...

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Title:The Saturday Night Ghost Club
Author:Craig Davidson
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:The Saturday Night Ghost Club
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:272 pages pages

The Saturday Night Ghost Club Reviews

  • karen
    Jun 30, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

  • Kelsey
    Oct 06, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

  • Trudi
    Jul 04, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

  • Luanne Ollivier
    Aug 22, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

  • Kristen Shaw
    Sep 13, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

  • Allison ༻hikes the bookwoods༺
    May 30, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

  • FoxClouds
    Jul 28, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

  • Brandon
    Jul 17, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

  • Chelsey
    Jul 09, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

  • Brie Peters
    Sep 25, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

    "Reality never changes. Only our reactions of it do. When a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometrics change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectives dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Davidson does a great job of c...

    I wish I could give this book 6 stars. Or 60. Bravo, Craig Davidson. Bravo. ...

    Another great book by Craig. Took me back to own childhood. ...

    This book has so much that I love. Canadiana, 80's pulp culture, and the unexplained. It also has an amazing story about memories and the power of our minds to create their own realities. I highly recommend. ...

    I am not sure what else to say about this other than wow. This is one of those books that makes moving on to another difficult because how can it possibly be as good? So beautifully written. So human. Perfect. ...

    Colleague raved about this one! Picked it up not knowing it was set in Niagara Falls so I'm feeling pretty nostalgic about my Brock days and exploring Clifton Hill. This can definitely be devoured in one memorable sitting. ...

  • Tasy
    Oct 11, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

    "Reality never changes. Only our reactions of it do. When a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometrics change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectives dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Davidson does a great job of c...

    I wish I could give this book 6 stars. Or 60. Bravo, Craig Davidson. Bravo. ...

    Another great book by Craig. Took me back to own childhood. ...

    This book has so much that I love. Canadiana, 80's pulp culture, and the unexplained. It also has an amazing story about memories and the power of our minds to create their own realities. I highly recommend. ...

  • Biljana
    Jul 23, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

  • Mindi
    Sep 06, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

  • Rachel (TheShadesofOrange)
    Jul 12, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

  • ❀ Susan G
    Aug 26, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

  • Paul
    Aug 20, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

  • Tooter
    Sep 21, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

  • Meredith
    Sep 03, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

  • Luke.At.What.Im.Reading
    Sep 24, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

  • Heather
    Sep 27, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

    "Reality never changes. Only our reactions of it do. When a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometrics change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectives dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Davidson does a great job of c...

    I wish I could give this book 6 stars. Or 60. Bravo, Craig Davidson. Bravo. ...

    Another great book by Craig. Took me back to own childhood. ...

  • Amie's Book Reviews
    Oct 03, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

    "Reality never changes. Only our reactions of it do. When a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometrics change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectives dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Davidson does a great job of c...

    I wish I could give this book 6 stars. Or 60. Bravo, Craig Davidson. Bravo. ...

    Another great book by Craig. Took me back to own childhood. ...

    This book has so much that I love. Canadiana, 80's pulp culture, and the unexplained. It also has an amazing story about memories and the power of our minds to create their own realities. I highly recommend. ...

    I am not sure what else to say about this other than wow. This is one of those books that makes moving on to another difficult because how can it possibly be as good? So beautifully written. So human. Perfect. ...

    Colleague raved about this one! Picked it up not knowing it was set in Niagara Falls so I'm feeling pretty nostalgic about my Brock days and exploring Clifton Hill. This can definitely be devoured in one memorable sitting. ...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club is on the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize shortlist. The Rogers Writers? Trust Fiction Prize recognizes Canadian writers of exceptional talent for the year?s best novel or short story collection. The winner receives $50,000 and all finalists receiv...

  • Levi Walls
    Sep 02, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

  • Amie
    Sep 12, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

    "Reality never changes. Only our reactions of it do. When a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometrics change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectives dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Davidson does a great job of c...

  • Brooke
    Aug 06, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

  • Brett Yanta
    Jun 12, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

  • Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror
    Aug 21, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

  • Michelle
    Oct 12, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

    "Reality never changes. Only our reactions of it do. When a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometrics change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectives dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Davidson does a great job of c...

    I wish I could give this book 6 stars. Or 60. Bravo, Craig Davidson. Bravo. ...

    Another great book by Craig. Took me back to own childhood. ...

    This book has so much that I love. Canadiana, 80's pulp culture, and the unexplained. It also has an amazing story about memories and the power of our minds to create their own realities. I highly recommend. ...

    I am not sure what else to say about this other than wow. This is one of those books that makes moving on to another difficult because how can it possibly be as good? So beautifully written. So human. Perfect. ...

    Colleague raved about this one! Picked it up not knowing it was set in Niagara Falls so I'm feeling pretty nostalgic about my Brock days and exploring Clifton Hill. This can definitely be devoured in one memorable sitting. ...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club is on the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize shortlist. The Rogers Writers? Trust Fiction Prize recognizes Canadian writers of exceptional talent for the year?s best novel or short story collection. The winner receives $50,000 and all finalists receiv...

    Review can be found on my blog here: https://booksonthebookshelf.wordpress... Thank you to Penguin Random House Canada for sending me a beautiful hardcover copy of this book to read and share my review with my followers. This cover is stunning and is kinda creepy, and I was thrilled...

  • Cody | codysbookshelf
    Sep 10, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

  • Cecilia Lyra
    Aug 22, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

    "Reality never changes. Only our reactions of it do. When a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometrics change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectives dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Davidson does a great job of c...

    I wish I could give this book 6 stars. Or 60. Bravo, Craig Davidson. Bravo. ...

  • Jessica Doyle
    Sep 13, 2018

    ?This town?s full of sorrows, isn?t it?? it sure is. this return to cataract city is nothing but heartpunches, one after another. it?s only about 250 pages, so it won?t take you long to read, but it will stick to you for longer than many thicker books, if you?ve ever b...

    Thank you to Ruta at PRH Canada for sending me an early copy of this book per Craig's request. Five stars? Why just five?? This book. I honestly don't know how to review books I love this much because I don't want to spoil all the reader discovery for other people, so let me just ca...

    Like the derelict buildings that were never torn down, the abandoned shopping carts that rusted away to atoms, and all the other monuments to the city?s general apathy, the car in the oxbow had become an accepted part of the scenery. ~The Saturday Night Ghost Club I?m calling it ri...

    Haunting, tragic, beautiful. I'll leave it at that, and end with the author's words as I can't say it any more eloquently: That magic gets kicked out of you, churched out, shamed out?or worse, you steal it from yourself. It gets embarrassed out of you by the kids who run the s...

    "Reality never changes. Only our recollections of it do. Whenever a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometries change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectivities dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Neurosurg...

    This is only my second Craig Davidson book which is great because that means I have so many more to read. The thing about Craig Davidson is that his writing is so buttery and beautiful that you find yourself wanting to highlight so many passages but you end up highlighting none because...

    I was skeptical when going into this book. Despite the excellent reviews it has gotten, it had two strikes against it, for me: Craig Davidson is the author behind the Nick Cutter name, and I am not a Cutter fan. As well, I am more than burned out on the ?80s nostalgia trope that is s...

    to call this novel a horror story doesn't describe what it is. to summarize at as a ghost story seems to be an incomplete description. the Saturday Night Ghost Club contain elements of those descriptors. yet at its heart it is a coming of age story wrapped in urban legends and ghost st...

    Have you ever read a book that you loved so much that you feel as if any review you wrote could never even begin to do it justice, so you feel stuck and unable to articulate anything? That's how I feel right now. This is my first book by Craig Davidson, but I've read all three of th...

    4.0 Stars This is such a wonderful coming of age story filled with nostalgia and beautiful imagery. Davidson is an incredibly talented author with some mad writing chops! While reading, I found myself constantly highlighting passages in this novel. This is the kind of literary fi...

    "Ours was a small, contained universe and I was happy within it." I've been waiting for a book like this. It's small and familiar, like briefly visiting points in my history. It captures that age so well, where the world is trapped in a sphere brimming with imagination and hard trut...

    ?You might think my chosen career would lend me insight?. But while I can tell you about the brain as a physical object?, beyond that I am a glorified techie. I know the nuts and bolts and can diagnose flaws within the mainframe. While I can identify and sometimes fix structural ...

    Book Review ? The Saturday Night Ghost Club - Craig Davidson ? ~ {The brain is the seat of memory, and memory is a tricky thing.} I saw this book floating around on here for some time now! And I just had to have it since I kind of have an obsession with Nick Cutter his alter ...

    The last 50 pages of this book were sheer perfection. ...

    95% | A You should read this book if you're into: Brilliant coming of age novels, small town Canada, Dandelion Wine, the magic of childhood, eccentric uncles, the 1980s, relatable characters, beautiful prose I can't decide whether or not I want to give this book five stars. I r...

    4.5 Stars The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a fantastic, bittersweet coming-of-age story. It follows neurosurgeon Jake Breaker as he recalls the summer he turned twelve, which he spent with his eccentric Uncle Calvin and his first real friends. Together they create the Saturday Nig...

    Review pending ...

    Phenomenal read! Anyone who grew up in the 80's will love the nostalglic bits. The coming of age adventures is very comparable to Stand by Me as described by reviewers, with a dash of mystery, and paranormal flare, sheer perfection. Each year I have one book that's my favourite. I'm th...

    I really loved this book. For one, I grew up in St. Catharines (like Davidson himself apparently), and frequently visited Niagara Falls. It was where you went when your friends first got driving licenses and you wanted to feel like an adult doing adult things. Davidson perfectly captu...

    I picked up Craig Davidson's new novel, The Saturday Night Ghost Club on a lazy Sunday morning and literally couldn't put it down until the last page was turned. Yup, that addicting. Our protagonist is Jake Baker - we meet him as the adult neurosurgeon he is today and the young boy ...

    I requested ?The Saturday Night Ghost Club? for review from Penguin Random House Canada. I never read anything by this author, and I was interested in exploring more of Canadian literature. I rarely pick up books the moment I receive them, but something about ?The Saturday Nig...

    The Saturday Night Ghost Club was a wonderful coming-of-age story. It tells the story of a neurosurgeon, Jake, who is looking back at the summer that he was twelve. It was an amazing and bittersweet time. That summer, in the Niagara Falls area, Jake meets his first real friend, falls...

    "Reality never changes. Only our reactions of it do. When a moment passes, we pass along with it into the realm of memory. And in that realm, geometrics change. Contours shift, shades lighten, objectives dissolve. Memory becomes what we need it to be." Davidson does a great job of c...

    I wish I could give this book 6 stars. Or 60. Bravo, Craig Davidson. Bravo. ...

    Another great book by Craig. Took me back to own childhood. ...

    This book has so much that I love. Canadiana, 80's pulp culture, and the unexplained. It also has an amazing story about memories and the power of our minds to create their own realities. I highly recommend. ...

    I am not sure what else to say about this other than wow. This is one of those books that makes moving on to another difficult because how can it possibly be as good? So beautifully written. So human. Perfect. ...