Book Review: A Strange and Brilliant Light by Eli Lee

About the Book: A riveting, thought-provoking speculative literary novel exploring the impact of the AI revolution through the eyes of three very different young women. Lal, Janetta and Rose are living in a time of flux. Technological advance has brought huge financial rewards to those with power, but large swathes of the population are losing … Continue reading Book Review: A Strange and Brilliant Light by Eli Lee

Book Review: The Women’s Circle by Karyn Sepulveda

About the Book: Sydney, present day. Anna is released into the world after eight years in prison. The entirety of her possessions stuffed into a single plastic bag. The trauma of her past, a much heavier burden to carry. Feeling hopeless, isolated and deeply lonely, Anna attends an alternative support group; The Women’s Circle. But … Continue reading Book Review: The Women’s Circle by Karyn Sepulveda

Book Review: Say Nothing: A True Story Of Murder and Memory In Northern Ireland by Patrick Radden Keefe

About the Book: WINNER OF THE ORWELL PRIZE FOR POLITICAL WRITING 2019 A BARACK OBAMA BEST BOOK OF 2019 SHORTLISTED FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR NONFICTION 2019 TIME’s #1 Best Nonfiction Book of 2019 A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER One night in December 1972, Jean McConville, a mother of ten, was abducted from her … Continue reading Book Review: Say Nothing: A True Story Of Murder and Memory In Northern Ireland by Patrick Radden Keefe

Book Review: The Other Side of Beautiful by Kim Lock

About the Book: Meet Mercy Blain, whose house has just burnt down. Unfortunately for Mercy, this goes beyond the disaster it would be for most people: she hasn't been outside that house for two years now. Flung out into the world she's been studiously ignoring, Mercy goes to the only place she can. Her not-quite-ex-husband … Continue reading Book Review: The Other Side of Beautiful by Kim Lock

Blog Tour Book Review: Someone I Used to Know by Paige Toon

About the Book: So much can change in half a lifetime… ThenAt fifteen, George is the foster brother Leah never asked for. As the angry, troubled boy struggles to come to terms with his circumstances, Leah finds herself getting drawn closer to him. Theo’s wealthy family have mysteriously pulled him out of boarding school and … Continue reading Blog Tour Book Review: Someone I Used to Know by Paige Toon

Book Review: All We Dream by Pamela Cook

All We Dream… About the Book: Revised Edition of Essie’s Way A forgotten necklace. A family secret. Two women hiding from the truth. When successful Sydney lawyer Miranda McIntyre searches for something old to go with her wedding dress, she remembers an antique necklace from her childhood. Her mother’s denial of its existence only deepens … Continue reading Book Review: All We Dream by Pamela Cook