Category Archives: Book Reviews

What’s Happened in the World of Literature

Firstly we’ve heard a bad news regarding the departure of yet another literature figure Ursula K. Le Guin, age 88. I’ve just got her latest book No time to spare: thinking about what matters on my desk.

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Best books 2017 Reviewed by Australian Media – 3

Happy 2018! In this post we continue to present you some good reads by authors internationally and reviewed by Australians media

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Book Review: Lost & Found by Brooke Davis

  Lost & Found Brooke Davis Summary At seven years old, Millie Bird realises that everything is dying around her. She wasn’t to know that after she had recorded twenty-seven assorted creatures in her Book of Dead Things her dad … Continue reading

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Best books 2017 Reviewed by Australian Media – 2

There are titles by Aussie writers that might not be listed for any literary awards but they’re equally well written. The titles, with their diverse styles and literary fields, reviewed by critics here,  you can add any to this year’s City of Parramatta … Continue reading

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Sophie Hannah’s Hercule Poirot

A new Poirot movie is recently on our screens: Murder on the orient express, a famous adaptation of Agatha Christie’s book, again and again. Christie is a most loved author, the creator of Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. All of her … Continue reading

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