To Name Those Lost

To Name Those Lost in an Australian novel by Australian author, Rohan Wilson.

Title: To Name Those Lost Author: Rohan Wilson Genre: Fiction Publisher: Allen & Unwin Release Date: September 24, 2014 Format: Digital & Paperback Pages: 242 To Name Those Lost is the story of a father’s journey. Wilson has an eye for the dirt, the hardness, the sheer dog-eat-doggedness of the lives of the poor. Human

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Book Review: Letters to the End of Love

Letters to the end of Love is a novel by Australian author, Yvette Walker.

Title: Letters to the End of Love Author: Yvette Walker Genre: Literary Fiction Publisher: University of Queensland Press Release Date: July 1, 2013 Format: Digital & Paperback Pages: 252 Synopsis: Three stories, three secrets, and three marriages are the focus of this brilliantly written and literary debut novel. In a coastal village in Cork in

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Book Review: Welcome to Orphancorp

Welcome to Orphancorp is a dystopian novella by Australian author Marlee Jane Ward.

Title: Welcome to Orphancorp Author: Marlee Jane Ward Genre: Dystopian Publisher: Seizure Release Date: August 23, 2015 Format: Digital & Paperback Pages: 130 Synopsis: Winner of the 2015 Seizure Viva La Novella Prize A sharp-edged semi-futuristic riff about a rebellious teenager’s last week at an industrial orphanage. ‘Takes all of your dystopian nightmares and connects

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Book Review: Formaldehyde

Title: Formaldehyde Author: Jane Rawson Genre: Fiction Publisher: Seizure Release Date: August 23 2015 Format: Paperback Pages: 188 Synopsis: Formaldehyde is an adorable little book about arm transplants and bureaucracy, two of author, Jane Rawson’s favourite topics. The story is a comic, surrealist puzzle about identity. It includes jokes, cats, swear words and some slightly

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