Wild Abandon — the ambitious and exhilarating follow-up to Melbourne author Emily Bitto’s Stella Prize-winning debut The Strays — may put many readers in mind of Tiger King.
Harlem Shuffle, the latest novel by celebrated New York author Colson Whitehead, is a tricky one to categorise.
Perth author Karen Herbert draws on memories of her upbringing in Geraldton in her debut novel, The River Mouth.
Sally Rooney’s highly anticipated third novel is intimate and elusive
Osborne-Crowley is thoughtful about the ways her interview subjects’ encounters with trauma are inflected by the specifics of their individual identities and situations.
Mette handles her material with a light touch, imbuing her elegant prose with a contemplative air that’s complemented by playful flights of fancy.
Sit down with a G&T and your pooch (if you have one) and lap up this offbeat tale about coping with loss.
Gold Diggers is an inventive tale exploring the challenges faced by the children of Indian-American immigrants.
An intimate thriller about postpartum life and an isolated, anxious mum
Long held family secrets are at the core of this hard-hitting coming of age novel.
An emotional deep dive into the life of the perfect victim.
Mother and daughter traverse issues of identity on travels in thoughtful novel
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