The Bridge… About the Book: In 1970s Melbourne, 22-year-old Italian migrant Antonello is newly married and working as a rigger on the West Gate Bridge, a gleaming monument to a modern city. When the bridge collapses one October morning, killing 35 of his workmates, his world crashes down on him. In 2009, Jo and her … Continue reading Book Review: The Bridge by Enza Gandolfo
And here it is. The 2019 Stella Prize Shortlist. I have read one (Little Gods) and have another (The Bridge) on my radar for reading this month. The winner will be announced in the evening on Tuesday, April 9. If you're on Twitter, you can follow the excitement on the night via #2019StellaPrize.
Many of you may have already seen this but I'm quite excited to see a few familiar titles on this longlist. The 2019 Stella Prize longlist is: Little Gods (my review) by Jenny Ackland (Allen & Unwin) Man Out of Time (have heard great things and plan to read) by Stephanie Bishop (Hachette Australia) Bluebottle … Continue reading #2019StellaPrize Longlist