Australia’s master novelist takes us on the race of a lifetime.
Peter Carey hilariously conjures up dystopia in his picaresque The Unusual Life of Tristan Smith.
Peter Carey's first novel and first Miles Franklin winner, Bliss remains a work ahead of its time.
Winner of the Commonwealth Writers' Prize and the Miles Franklin Award, Peter Carey's Jack Maggs is dazzlingly entertaining.
Theft: A Love Story is one of Peter Carey's most searingly inventive novels yet. Wise, funny, profound.
Peter Carey's The Tax Inspector is a wickedly funny satire on modern life and families.
Peter Carey's brilliant, hilarious, Booker Prize-shortlisted Illywhacker is the novel that brought him to international intention.
Two novels in one hardback gift volume. Oscar and Lucinda and True History of the Kelly Gang by twice Booker winner Peter Carey
Collected Stories combines Peter Carey's bizarre, brilliant, chilling short stories from The Fat Man in History and War Crimes, plus three not in either.
In Amnesia Peter Carey, 'the greatest Australian writer' (Richard Flanagan), asks the most vital question of the past seventy years: Has America taken us over?
In The Chemistry of Tears Peter Carey delivers a heartbreakingly beautiful and archly inventive story of love, loss and the birth of the machine age.
Parrot and Olivier in America is a dazzling comic masterpiece that reminds us why Peter Carey is Australia's most internationally acclaimed novelist.
True History of the Kelly Gang is Peter Carey's stunning, Booker Prize-winning novel about Australia's most famous outlaw.
Peter Carey is at his inventive, brilliant best in His Illegal Self, a novel about a family who, once met, will never leave you.
A darkly funny, brilliantly original new novel from two-times Booker winner Peter Carey.
For Peter Carey, a trip to Japan with his twelve-year-old son Charley would be a unique opportunity to share and learn something about his son's passion for Japanese comics and animated film.
An Australian literary hoax lies at the core of My Life as a Fake, Peter Carey's captivating, 'continuously startling' (John Updike) contemplation of the art world.