My Reading Life: February Reviews to Come

February has brought some pretty fantastic books to my door. It might be a little quiet here on the review front for the next week, but once the end of the month begins to approach, I’ll have some new release reviews for you on the following sensational titles.

9781611855012Miss Burma by Charmaine Craig

Set against the vibrant backdrop of Burma from the 1940s to the 1960s, Miss Burma is a powerful and epic novel that follows one prominent Burmese family struggling to overcome war and political repression while trying to build a meaningful life.

Published by Allen & Unwin




The Passengers by Eleanor Limprecht

The Passengers is a luminous novel about love: the journeys we undertake, the sacrifices we make and the heartache we suffer for love It is about how we most long for what we have left behind. And it is about the past – how close it can still feel – even after long passages of time.

Published by Allen & Unwin



The Book of Joan by Lidia Yuknavitch.

A riveting tale of destruction and love found in the direst of places, Lidia Yuknavitch’s The Book of Joan raises questions about what it means to be human, the fluidity of sex and gender, and the role of art as a means for survival. It’s a genre-defying masterpiece that may very well rewire your brain.

Published by Allen & Unwin



In the Garden of the Fugitives by Ceridwen Dovey

Addictive and unsettling, In the Garden of the Fugitives is a masterpiece of duplicity and counterplay, as brilliantly illuminating as it is surprising – about the obscure workings of guilt in the human psyche, the compulsion to create, and the dangerous morphing of desire into control. It is the breakthrough work of one of Australia’s most exciting emerging writers.

Published by Penguin Random House Australia



The Cowgirl by Anthea Hodgson

The new novel from the acclaimed author of The Drifter.

Published by Penguin Random House Australia





The Lucky Galah cover image

The Lucky Galah by Tracy Sorensen

A magnificent novel about fate, Australia and what it means to be human… it just happens to be narrated by a galah called Lucky.

Published by Pan Macmillan Australia





The Family Next Door by Sally Hepworth

Do you ever really know your neighbours?

Published by Pan Macmillan Australia





Robert Lukins - The Everlasting Sunday - Cover

The Everlasting Sunday by Robert Lukins

A haunting debut novel about growing up, growing wild and what it takes to survive

Published by UQP




All of these titles are available for pre-order.

9 thoughts on “My Reading Life: February Reviews to Come

  1. Wow, lots of great titles there and each one sounds intriguing, I think I’ll add most of them to my ginormous TBR list.

    That is a lot of books you’re reading for this month, I’m lucky if I get through two, maybe, three in the next week and a half.

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