The Woolgrower's Companion by Joy Rhoades

This absorbing novel tells the story of Kate Dowd, a young woman living on a sheep farm in Australia as the second world war is coming to an end. The...
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The Hate Race by Maxine Beneba Clarke

The Hate Race has made stir in the literary reviews, finding itself shortlisted for the 2017 Stella Prize for good reason. Maxine Beneba Clarke’s memo...
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Barbed Wire and Cherry Blossoms by Anita Heiss

Barbed Wire and Cherry Blossoms is a fictional account of the very real Japanese Prisoner of War break-out in Cowra during World War II. While the

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Museum of Modern Love by Heather Rose

The Museum of Modern Love is much less about love than the title might suggest. The art world in which this story is set, and the history that itThe...
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Reckoning by Magda Szubanski

This award-winning memoir transcends beyond just the details of a prominent person’s behind-the-scenes life. Szubanski covers a range of iss...
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The Sellout by Paul Beatty

This year’s Man Booker Prize winner, The Sellout by Paul Beatty, is an irreverent, hilarious novel. The story puts its focus upon the difficulties of...
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