Category Archives: Book Reviews

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

After You Jojo Moyes We laughed, we cried and we loved it!  We really liked the support characters in this story as much as we loved Lou.  The members of the support group providing a lot of laughs, along with … Continue reading

Posted in Book Club Kits, Book Reviews, Books to Screen, Fiction | Comments Off on Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

Book Review: Through The Woods by Emily Carroll

Through The Woods Emily Carroll Through The Woods a collection of stories,  expresses excellent charactieristics of the Journey subject area, making it a great source for HSC students. Each page has an underlying darkness, behind the minimalistic art and negative … Continue reading

Posted in All, Book Reviews, Young Adult | Tagged , | Comments Off on Book Review: Through The Woods by Emily Carroll

Deja Who – a book review

Title: Deja Who Author: MaryJanice Davidson Reviewed by Suzanne This book is the first in a new series for Mary Janice Davidson, best known for her vampire series, Queen Betsy. I found this book to be an enjoyable, fun, quick … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Fantasy, Fiction | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Deja Who – a book review

Book Review: The Dry by Jane Harper

The Dry By Jane Harper Abstract Who really killed the Hadler family? Luke Hadler turns a gun on his wife and child, then himself. The farming community of Kiewarra is facing life and death choices daily. If one of their … Continue reading

Posted in Australian Authors, Book Club Kits, Book Reviews, Books to Screen, Fiction | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Book Review: The Dry by Jane Harper

Book Review: The Mothers Group

The Mothers Group By Fiona Higgins We loved it! Our group really enjoyed this book.  There were lots of characters that we could relate too,and sympathise with.  In particular, we loved Made’s story and the beautiful letter she wrote to … Continue reading

Posted in Australian Authors, Book Club Kits, Book Reviews, Fiction | Tagged , | Comments Off on Book Review: The Mothers Group