Photos from Canada Reads Day 2 Live


The crowd gets ready to enter the studio to watch Day Two of Canada Reads. (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)

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Trent McClellan, last year's Canada Reads champion panelist, warms up the studio audience. Trent is also taking part in our daily live chats on CBCBooks.ca. (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)
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The panel reconvenes after an exciting first day that saw Margaret Atwood's The Year of the Flood become the first book voted off. (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)

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Host Jian Ghomeshi asked Stephen Lewis to explain his strong feelings about The Orenda, which led to an intense back-and-forth between Lewis and Wab Kinew. (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)

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Donovan Bailey argued that although Half-Blood Blues was set in Europe, it told an important story about race and relationships through a Canadian lens. (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)

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 "Social change doesn't have to be born out of violence." - Sarah Gadon on Annabel (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)
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Some found Cockroach by Rawi Hage to be pessimistic, but defender Samantha Bee argued that the book's feeling of isolation resonates with many people who feel like outsiders. (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)
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