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Review: Ache By Eliza Henry-Jones

From Local Reviewer and Customer, Julie   The title for this book is superbly apt! There is so much aching in this beautifully written Australian novel. Annie aches for her old life on the mountain – before the bushfires – she aches for her much loved grandmother, Gladys, killed on that tragic day. Annie aches for her Daughter Pip and husband tom and the confirmed life they live in the city. For the times spent…

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Book Review: The Girl Before By J P Delaney

Staff review “The Girl Before” and gives 5 stars. A house for rent is just what Emma is looking for, her boy friend Edward, finds a beautiful one with everything you could ask for but with strict proviso’s that nothing be added to it, including personal stuff such as photo’s, ornaments and even books. Still Edward likes it so they decide to move in together. All is well until Emma feels that Edward is getting controlling…

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What are you reading?

What are you currently reading is a question I get asked regularly. Most of the time I am reading a proof of a book that won’t come out for at least another 2 months, so it’s hard for me to explain a novel that currently is not on the shelf to enjoy. This also means I am always reading books way ahead of when a review is useful. So this is why when I go…

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Book of the Week: Dark Circle by Linda Grant

Book review by Pam, one of our local reviewers: The Dark Circle is by British author Linda Grant, who was short listed for the Man Booker prize for her novel “The Clothes on Their Backs” Dark Circle provides well developed characters, humour and compassion, I enjoyed this book very much. The title of this book refers to a circle of friends who met in a tuberculosis sanatorium in the countryside in post WW2 England. The characters from…

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Book of the week – Tim Winton’s Memoir

Memoir: Tim Winton – The Boy Behind the Curtain Local Resident of Buderim provides Book Review on Tim Winton’s new memoir: This is a lovely, funny, and interesting read. A Beautiful book This collection of short stories, articles and essays give some very personal insight into the events, family circumstances, values and the role that religion has had in shaping Tim Winton and influencing his writing. It is a realistic group of stories written in…

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