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Kokomo is a book about the relationships that define us: family, friends, in romance and in the workplace. Hannan’s use of language is vivid and visceral, lavish with colour.
Patrick Allington conjures a bizarre world in which almost everyone on earth has perished.
The portrayal of tension is spot on in this book, of particular note is Horton’s rendering of the insidious impacts of anxiety.
Martinkus asserts that the Indonesian government extracts wealth from West Papua with scant regard for the local people.
Wood's The Weekend confronts prejudices about old age and shows there is much more ahead for the author and her characters.
In his latest novel, James Bradley asks what it is to be human by resurrecting Neanderthals in a collapsing world.
A walk on the dark side of one young woman’s psychological struggle.
The frightening extent of Harvey Weinstein’s power is revealed in disturbing detail.
Kucharski makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the current pandemic.
Robbie Arnott paints an evocative landscape of blues and greens in this enigmatic fable of nature’s relationship to mankind.
This is one of the best young adult adventure stories published in a long time.
As a plot for a guns-a-blazing space opera, this novel could well be a huge success.
For all its fantastical elements Mammoth is a novel steeped in fact and extensive research.
This collection of dark tales, featuring writers such as Christina Henry, Neil Gaiman and Karen Joy Fowler, explores and reimagines the power of a curse.
Women have been around for a while but, thanks to age-old stigma, female biology has been left pretty enigmatic.
This stridently feminist debut packs an emotional punch.
Like some novels for young adults this will likely prove popular with older readers too.
An unconventional poetry collection that pushes its reader to questions norms and re-imagine their world.
Ella Holcombe’s The House on the Mountain is a great empathy tool, for children and adults, in explaining the complex emotional feelings of victims of bushfire.
A car accident on a sunny day in remote Western Australia has lifelong repercussions.
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