Wit, compassion and insight combine in this entertaining novel that explores the politics and human comedy behind writers’ festivals and the publishing industry.
Romantic, funny and surprising, this novel is a bold exploration of love in a time of confusion.
A brilliant novel about history, the forgetting of it and the rewriting of it, and a satire on a society that has lost compassion in the process.
This unique novel is both a compelling love story and an insightful writing manual.
Wry and insightful, this short story is told by a young American girl, who is all too knowing about her own world but ignorant about the Kiwi strangers she meets.
A collection of short stories to dip into and devour by a prize-winning writer.
An epic novel of love and religion that sweeps across New Zealand and America at the turn of the nineteenth century.
Returning to the biting and hilarious satire of contemporary New Zealand conveyed so well in the prize-winning The Shag Incident, this is a daring, astute and rollicking novel.
A moving novel about a blind son with a love for music that surpassed sight and gave him a vision uniquely his own.
Darkly satirical and wickedly funny, this prize-winning novel takes a tilt at a wide range of contemporary matters.
A fascinating novel about secrets, finding a home and early colonial New Zealand
A powerful novel about friendship, guilt and sex and our changing notions of loyalty and culpability.