Wayson, my hot date, sure knows how to show a girl a wild time. This morning, he came over … to listen to the radio. For those of you not here in Canuckistan, the CBC is running a literary competition called Canada Reads, in which five important Canadians pick five important Canadian books they think every Canadian should read and battle to defend them. Each day, a book is voted off the island. The winner enjoys astounding sales. Wayson’s “Jade Peony” was picked by Dr. Samantha Nutt, founder of War Child International. Some have criticized the book, apparently, because “too little happens.” The fact that the prose is as liquid, clear and vital as a freshwater stream does not matter; there’s almost no sex and not a single car chase.