Premise: CBC's ``Canada Reads'' returns with a twist. It divided the country into five regions: British Columbia and Yukon; Prairies and North; Ontario; Quebec; and the Atlantic Provinces. Canadians were asked to nominate their recommendations for the best book of the year. With host Jian Ghomeshi, five panelists defend their home region, debating why each novel should be the top choice. The top five include ``Indian Horse,'' ``The Age of Hope,'' ``Away,'' ``Two Solitudes'' and ``February.'' The books are eliminated one by one until a winner is declared.