Irritating? Occasionally. Embarrassing? Often. Lovable? Mostly. Parents don’t go out of their way to get under kids’ skins. They can’t help it. You might not be able to stop your parents’ parent-isms, but you can certainly call them out on it. Try it with Dad; for every dad-ism he’s guilty of BOOK HIM! this Father’s Day.
Do your phone conversations with him last less than a minute? BOOK HIM!
Has he ever said, ‘Hi hungry, I’m Dad’? BOOK HIM!
Does he ever tell you to just ‘ask your mother’? BOOK HIM!
Has he ever picked you up in his pyjamas? BOOK HIM!
Does he sing and dance in public places? BOOK HIM!
Does he tell embarrassing stories about you to your friends? BOOK HIM!
Has he ever commented on your friends Facebook page with a message for you? BOOK HIM!
Does he ever cook the barbie dressed in a singlet and speedos? BOOK HIM!
Does he ever start a sentence with ‘when I was your age’? BOOK HIM!
Did he ever tell you that the TV ‘needs to go to sleep too’? BOOK HIM!
If Jamie and the Nonnas on Channel 10 has you drooling, you need the Jamie Cooks Italy cookbook to recreate the mouth-watering recipes at home.
Detective Harriet Blue goes rogue in order to exact revenge on her brother's killer, in a heart-stopping cat-and-mouse race down Australia's south coast. But as she is chasing him, the cops are chasing her . . .
The autobiography of one rugby league’s greatest characters, who will hang up his boots at the end of 2018
In a characteristically sweeping and entertaining story, George Megalogenis reveals how football has been shaped by the nation that invented it and how the game we love, in turn, might help resolve Australia’s political impasse.
Award-winning writer Mary K. Pershall details her heart-rending personal experience of raising a beloved child who couldn't cope with reality, and ends up in a maximum-security prison convicted of murder.
Your husband thinks your daughter’s an angel. You know different. She’s a monster.
The gripping new international thriller, racing between the US, Russia, Israel and Australia
Anna Funder’s Samuel Johnson Prize-winning Stasiland is an Australian classic, the definitive account of tyranny and resistance in the former East Germany.
The heart-stopping new novel of deception and delusion from the bestselling author of The Girl in Kellers Way.
A rifle-shot of a novel – crisp, fast, shocking – The Shepherd’s Hut is an urgent masterpiece about solitude, unlikely friendship, and the raw business of survival.
In this must-read thriller, an ambitious young cop suspects there's more to random, horrific murders in her small town and stumbles upon the first known Omnikiller – a serial killer who cannot be profiled because his M.O. is constantly changing . . .
Control the brain and you control the world. In a fractured nation, two women are left with a choice – risk all to bring humanity together or let it fall apart.
Part father-son story, part true crime, Loose Units is a race through the underbelly of policing as ex-cop John Verhoeven tells all to his son Paul about the crimes, the characters and the pitch-black humour.
The long-awaited new collection of short stories from Australia’s master of the short-story genre.
Set in a world of subterfuge, treachery and the poisoner's art, this bold and exciting epic fantasy debut introduces a remarkable new talent to the genre and is a must-read for fans, from Joe Abercrombie and Terry Brooks to Robin Hobb and Scott Lynch . . .
David Cameron’s landmark, two-volume Australians on the Western Front 1918 concludes with the story of the central role Australian troops played in the final German defeat
Some of the biggest names in AFL have been around for generations.
The story of Australian surfer Darren Longbottom's epic rescue from a remote surf break in Indonesia
Much has been written about the Great War, and a great deal on the Australian Imperial Force and its operations. Now Will Davies, bestselling author of Beneath Hill 60 and Somme Mud, explores, in vivid detail, the last 100 days and the Australian contribution to final victory in November 1918.
Centred around Captain James Cook’s first South Sea voyages (1768 – 1771) from a historian who leaves no stone unturned to discover the ship and the attitude that shaped the western world.
The death of Matthew Leveson and the ten-year search for the truth
2001. It's not over yet.
A haunting coming-of-age novel from one of the Sydney Morning Herald’s Best Young Novelists of the Year (2013), author of the acclaimed Beneath the Darkening Sky
The incredible story of Bonaparte’s secret plan to invade Australia