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Two panels. On left is of a man with dark hair wearing a grey jumper. He is smilling. On the right is cover of a book with the words 'R.E.Generation' set against a forest background.
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Book review: R.E.Generation, Michael Prewer

A dystopian novel that sees climate change erase mammalian life forms. What now?

Two panels. On the left is a blonde woman with glasses and a black top. On the right is a cover of a book with 'The Cautious Traveller's Guide to the Wastelands' written in black. The cover is black and tan with a picture of an incoming train.
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Book review: The Cautious Traveller’s Guide to the Wastelands, Sarah Brooks

A sweeping novel of strange lands, mysterious characters, and a train journey that will change the world.

An Asian woman wearing glasses and a white shirt is standing in front of shrubbery. The Honeyeater.
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Book review: The Honeyeaters, Jessie Tu

Jessie Tu's second novel canvasses the relationship between mother and daughter, literary translation and betrayal and love.

Two panels. On the left is a headshot of man with brown hair and a stubble. On the right is the cover of a book with 'Fool Me Twice' in yellow against a red background. "Benjamin Stevenson' is printed upside down.
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Book review, Fool Me Twice, Benjamin Stevenson

Two baffling mysteries in one book, one featuring a kidnapping, the other a reality TV show.

Two panels. On the left is the cover of the book with 'The Work' written on a diagonal slant in white and yellow against a skyscraper background. On the right is a blonde woman wearing a white blouse standing against large window panes.
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Book review: The Work, Bri Lee

Old and new art mix with old and new values in this debut novel from Bri Lee.

Depth of Field. On the left an author shot of a young Caucasian woman with straight black hair and a long sleeved black T shirt photographed in a garden from the waist up. On the right the book cover of a blurry figure silhouetted against a large window.
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Book review: Depth of Field, Kirsty Iltners

A well told story that tackles the fallout from the fallibility of memory.

Hurdy Gurdy. On the left is a book cover of a circus tent in the distance at night. On the right is an author shot of a middle aged Caucasian women with shoulder length white hair, black jumper and glasses.
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Book review: Hurdy Gurdy, Jenny Ackland

A dystopian Australia sees women's bodies policed and subjugated.

Nameless. On the left is a head and shoulders author shot of a middle aged Caucasian woman with a white top under a pinafore type dress. She has shoulder length greying hair cut in a bob with a fringe. On the right is a book cover with a black linocut image of a side on woman against a green backdrop.
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Book review: Nameless, Amanda Creely

War and its voiceless victims are the harrowing topics of this novel.

Chloe. On the left is a book cover of a young woman painted in the nude, with the bottom of the painting in flames. On the right is an author headshot of a middle aged Caucasian woman with straight long fair hair and a fringe. She is smiling.
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Book review: Chloé, Katrina Kell

A fictionalised exposé of the woman who modelled for the famous painting that hangs in Melbourne's Young and Jackson Hotel.

Heartsease. On the left is a head and shoulders author shot of a young Caucasian woman with long strawberry blonde hair and a blue top. She is standing in front of foliage. On the right is a bookcover featuring a group of brown flowers
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Book review: Heartsease, Kate Kruimink

Sisterly bonds prevail in the fog of grief.

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