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To glimpse the wonders that underlie our very existence is a rare privilege not granted to previous generations.
This novel has a fast-moving, entertaining plot that raises some ethical questions.
Andrea Buchanan demonstrates that you can survive a very difficult experience and emerge a better person.
The doings of the central characters in Give Me Your Hand make for good reading, but you would hope never to meet anyone like them in real life.
That Olfat Mahmoud has survived to tell her story is a miracle.
Harry Saddler writes with such contagious enthusiasm that it is impossible not to share his love of birds.
From the first few pages of this novel the reader is left in no doubt about Castagna's views on Australia's immigration policy.
This novel features the unselfconscious musings of a mildly eccentric man about to enter happily into early old age.
By choosing to write realistically about a contemporary problem Marcus has posed an important ethical question.
We can't ever go back, but some journeys require walking the same path again.
For young adventure fans, Bradley offers plenty of exciting action.
An affecting tale of a (mostly)she-wolf mother. You'll like her.
The NOBI virus, a new disease quickly spreading across the globe is turning infected humans into 'Gloamings' – people who are adverse to the sunlight, hypnotically charming, and thirsty as hell.
Melanie Cheng holds up a mirror to ourselves, and what we see does not always make us comfortable.
Few can bring the horrible to life as well as Stephen King can.
This novel is an engrossing, sensitive and deeply moving love story about an older man and a younger woman.
Cass joins the ranks of fictional detectives as a feisty woman in early middle-age with the gift of the gab.
One of the most challenging, important and undervalued tasks is raising young children.
Yarramunua recounts his early years with a touch of nostalgia.
Tracy Ryan's understated story stays with you – We Are Not Most People is a cool sensitive portrayal of pain.
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