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Girl, Woman, Other
Girl, Woman, Other Bernardine Evaristo
Teeming with energy, humour and heart, a love song to black Britain told by twelve very different people.
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The Shepherd's Hut
The Shepherd's Hut Tim Winton
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.
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Cloudstreet
Cloudstreet Tim Winton
Winner of the Miles Franklin Award and recognised as one of the greatest works of Australian literature, Cloudstreet is Tim Winton's sprawling, comic epic about luck and love, fortitude and forgiveness, and the magic of the everyday.
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The Course Of Love
The Course Of Love Alain De Botton
This is a modern love story. It is a story about learning to survive, endure and flourish in a relationship. Above all, it is a story full of tenderness and sympathy for the hard work of keeping love going, and full of hope that we can make it through.
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The Catcher In The Rye
The Catcher In The Rye J.D. Salinger
One of the greatest novels of the twentieth century - reissued in a stunning hardback design to celebrate the Salinger centenary.
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Clade
Clade James Bradley
A provocative, urgent novel about time, family and how a changing planet might change our lives, from James Bradley, acclaimed author of The Resurrectionist and editor of The Penguin Book of the Ocean.
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The Chemistry of Tears
The Chemistry of Tears Peter Carey
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.
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The World Before Us
The World Before Us Aislinn Hunter
Haunted - and partly narrated - by the dead and forgotten, The World Before Us is a breathtakingly imaginative novel about the traces we leave behind us, what slips off the margins of history - and the possibility that we are less alone than we might think.
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The Toymaker
The Toymaker Liam Pieper
Bold, dark and compelling, The Toymaker is a novel about privilege, fear and the great harm we can do when we are afraid of losing what we hold dear.
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The Midnight Watch
The Midnight Watch David Dyer
Based on true events, The Midnight Watch is at once a heart-stopping mystery and a deeply knowing novel — frailty of men, the strength of women, the capriciousness of fate and the price of loyalty.
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Beneath the Darkening Sky
Beneath the Darkening Sky Majok Tulba
A searing new Australian literary talent with a novel combining McCarthy's The Road with Conrad's Heart of Darkness.
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Eyrie
Eyrie Tim Winton
Tim Winton's heart-stopping, exhilarating Eyrie asks how, in an impossibly compromised world, we can ever hope to do the right thing.
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Here Come The Dogs
Here Come The Dogs Omar Musa
In small town suburbia, three young men are ready to make their mark.
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Whipbird
Whipbird Robert Drewe
No holds are barred as the Cleary family attempts to put long-held tensions behind them to celebrate a milestone. What could possibly go wrong?
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When Elephants Fight
When Elephants Fight Majok Tulba
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
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The Automobile Club of Egypt
The Automobile Club of Egypt Alaa Al Aswany
Full of absorbing incident, and marvelously drawn characters, The Automobile Club of Egypt gives us Egypt on the brink of changes that resonate to this day. It is an irresistible confirmation of Al Aswany's reputation as one of the world's most beguiling storytellers and insightful interpreters of the human spirit.
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All Fall Down
All Fall Down Cassandra Austin
‘Austin writes a captivating story, surprising and intriguing, in prose that’s spare but vivid.’ Rosalie Ham, author of The Dressmaker
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A Strangeness in My Mind
A Strangeness in My Mind Orhan Pamuk
Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk’s love letter to his native Istanbul.
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In the Garden of the Fugitives
In the Garden of the Fugitives Ceridwen Dovey
From the award-winning author of Only the Animals comes an unputdownable novel of obsession, guilt, and the power of the past to possess the present.
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Fusion
Fusion Kate Richards
A haunting, compelling first novel by the author of the award-winning Madness: A Memoir.
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The Red-Haired Woman
The Red-Haired Woman Orhan Pamuk
The haunting, evocative new novel from the Nobel Prize-winning author whose compelling characters have charted Turkey’s increasingly troubled times.
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Cloudstreet the Screenplay
Cloudstreet the Screenplay Ellen Fontana, Tim Winton
Tim Winton has worked with Ellen Fontana to translate the funny, sprawling saga of Cloudstreet into a brilliantly written TV miniseries.
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