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A novel about a team of counter-terrorist experts desperately trying to prevent a major disaster in Sydney.
Caleb is quixotic, obstinate, resilient, tough and too honest for his own good.
If this book were a painting, the canvas would be too large to fit into a gallery.
An absorbing festival full of stimulating and intense discussion.
The authors explain both simple and complex examples of algorithms and relate them to the human experience.
Torok and Holper have distilled the many recommendations of the ACOLA reports into an eminently readable and persuasive form.
The melancholy in Murakami’s writing is something that is not quite hope and yet pays tribute to the human spirit.
A book by George Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller.
Selin is gifted, energetic and naive – and she wants to be a writer.
The dissolution of East Germany through the eyes of its outcasts.
ArtsHub takes a look at a new book by Judith White, a whistle-blower insider account of the troubled Art Gallery of NSW, starting with its Director.
The central character in The Cleaner is a cleaning lady, Judith Kepler, who is like no cleaner you have ever met.
Festival theme of refuge investigates one of the most urgent issues of our times
A thoughtful meander through the life of a man of immense fame, who's name you've probably never heard.
Simonetta Cattaneo Vespucci, was the ‘it’ girl of the Renaissance era.
The mystery unfolds slowly, but with never a dull moment.
A captivating new biography places Martin Sharp’s art in context.
Nir Baram decides to visit the occupied territories in Israel to observe the situation first-hand.
Book One of the Change Trilogy: Callie, and her new-found friend, Matt, are young teenagers on a perilous journey.
Ida is a novel about youth, acceptance and the mysterious power of inter-dimensional travel.
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