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Preservation tells the story of three sea merchants from the Sydney Cove, marooned on Colonial Australia.
Two very gifted writers have combined their talents to produce this short novella.
An examination of the work of J.M. Coetzee and his influence on one writer's family.
A Dark dystopian tale of a cloned population is a warning for us all.
In this highly engaging novel, Hwang Sok-yong subtly interweaves the reminiscences of three people.
The Word is intended to be a satirical novel about the use of language.
Magic is the most incredible true story you are likely to read in a very long time.
This is a striking and deeply moving graphic novel, which uses simple drawings and few words to tell an important story.
Melodrome is a novella that hovers between fantasy and realism.
Stretton was convinced that decision-makers should work towards greater equality for everyone at all levels.
Inspired, hate-filled, shocking, yet necessary hilarity from Mary Leunig.
This is a delightful, well constructed and unconventional murder mystery.
David Graeber makes an historical, sociological and anthropological critique on late-stage capitalism.
Kill All Normies explores the short but influential history of online culture and its sway over politics, culture and education.
This book is a penetrating report by Bob Woodward about the current president of the USA, Donald Trump.
Ladies in Black is comparable to Austen in its delicacy. Read it then see the film.
Winner of the 2018 Miles Franklin Award, The Life to Come is an expansive story that explores the microaggressions that occur in contemporary life.
These beautiful poems are proof that Clive James has made good use of the extra time he has been allotted.
Described as 'a bloody good yarn' by Phelps' mother, this memoir is a loving tribute to Phelps' father and grandfather.
Between them, Drori and Clerc have created a poetic, visually entertaining and learned insight into trees.
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