Kai Wild on The 99th Koala

Hearing that there were bushfire-endangered koalas only an arborist could reach, Kai Wild drove 1500km to Kangaroo Island and into a he...

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Saturday Night Pasta by Elizabeth Hewson

Saturday Night Pasta features enriching recipes and self-care rituals for the home cook. Author Elizabeth Hewson here gives a us a sneak-peek be...

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The Survivors by Jane Harper

One of the strengths of every Jane Harper book is her ability to make the past as threatening as the present, and the Australian landscape as da...

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Honeybee by Craig Silvey

Craig Silvey has created an incredibly tender portrait of vulnerability, identity, and choice. HONEYBEE can be tragic, at times shattering, but ...

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What Are You Going Through by Sigrid Nunez

A masterful investigation of life, death and the human condition. Nunez delves deeper into the binds of friendship and compassion she examined i...

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Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

"I can’t overstate how much I loved this! The third instalment of the Nevermoor series certainly didn’t disappoint and might ev...

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Sorrow and Bliss by Meg Mason

Sorrow and Bliss presents itself as a light and witty observation of Martha's tense-yet-tender relationships with her family and husban...

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The Morbids by Ewa Ramsey

"Ever since an accident two years ago, Caitlin's existence has been defined by overwhelming anxiety about her own death. She used to be...

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The City We Became by NK Jemisin

New York City is about to be born - not because its new but because it has reached that time in its lifecycle where it is about to emerge as a f...

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Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

What does it mean to be a ‘good’ mother? Ng’s masterpiece of modern drama begins with the youngest child of a wealthy family b...

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Death in Her Hands by Otessa Moshfegh

Moshfegh delivers yet another stunning, deliciously dark story told from the perspective of a lonely, unlikeable and unreliable narrator. T...

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Mr Salary by Sally Rooney

Mr Salary feels like an extension of the same themes that Rooney explores in Conversations with Friends, namely a sense of forbidden love and th...

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Know My Name by Chanel Miller

In this powerful memoir, Chanel Miller reclaims her identity by telling the story of her assault, describing the traumatic events, the trial and...

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The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

As millions take to the streets to protest against white supremacy and police brutality towards black lives, The Vanishing Half dives headfirst ...

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Utopia Avenue by David Mitchell

"This is a story, set in the swinging sixties in London, is the tale of a band who never quite made it! This book is unique and written in ...

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The Safe Place by Anna Downes

Recently unemployed, struggling actress Emily has also just found out that she needs to find somewhere new to live. Could things get any worse? ...

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Best new books for kids!

Bookseller Léa reveals her ABSOLUTE FAVOURITE middle grade kids books right now!  

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Wakenhyrst by Michelle Paver

This story haunts me, not because of ghosts nor demons, but because of Maud's tenacity in the face of cruelty. Set in a time so similar yet ...

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The Switch by Beth O'Leary

Eileen (79, recently single) and Leena (20-something, overworked) concoct a mad plan to switch lived for two months; one looking for love and th...

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Rules for Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson

In Rules for Perfect Murders a bookseller's blog post written about crime novels that detail the perfect murders becomes the blueprint for a...

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