Tuesday 18th February 2020,
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book Reviews

The Summer Without You by Karen Swan

Book Review: The Summer Without You by Karen Swan   The Summer Without You is my first Karen Swan book and I will be looking for more books by this author to hopefully experience again the indulgent read this book [...]

August 28, 2014

Big Little Lies by Lianne Moriaty

Book Review: Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty     Liane Moriarty has done it again. Another great read another cracking story. From the first page the book is captivating and delivers everything we have come to expect from this [...]

August 24, 2014
Mummahh Book Review. Swimming in the Dark

Swimming in the Dark by Paddy Richardson

This book is not what you think …no matter what you think. This book will surprise you. At first I was not sure about where the story was going but I soon found myself drawn into the lives of the [...]

July 30, 2014
Currawong Manor by Josephine Pennicott

Currawong Manor by Josephine Pennicott

Currawong Manor by Josephine Pennicott There is a haunting theme running through the novel Currawong Manor. An ethereal thread weaves itself between the pages and draws you in. The web of intrigue is woven from the start, however it is [...]

July 4, 2014

The Italian Girl by Lucinda Riley

The Italian Girl by Lucinda Riley   Having read and enjoyed Lucinda Riley’s novel The Midnight Rose I was delighted to be given the opportunity to read and review her new book The Italian Girl. The Italian Girl was originally [...]

June 25, 2014

The Blue Mile by Kim Kelly

  The Blue Mile by Kim Kelly is the quintessential novel for the romantic. Set in the period when Sydney lived and breathed the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in all its awe and engineering mystery and while Sydney [...]

June 8, 2014
Herbert Peabody by Bianca C Ross

Herbert Peabody by Bianca C. Ross

Herbert Peabody and His Extraordinary Vegetable Patch. This is a cute little book with a big message. Melbourne-based author, Bianca C. Ross aims to tackle the age old ‘kids v’s vegetables’ in her new book series. But there’s much more [...]

May 20, 2014
You're Still Hot to Me by Jean Kittson

You’re Still Hot to Me by Jean Kittson

You’re Still Hot to Me by Jean Kittson In writing You’re Still Hot to Me – The joys of Menopause Jean Kittson has tackled a subject that is as natural as night following day. The writing of the book is [...]

May 6, 2014

Love in the Outback by Deb Hunt

LOVE IN THE OUTBACK by Deb Hunt Imagine how hard it must be to for an author to write their memoir. A memoir that is honest and frank.  A candid account of a life spent chasing the dream of the [...]

May 4, 2014

Ronan’s Echo by Joanne Van Os

Life seemed charmed for beautiful Bridie O’Malley as she travelled through her teenage years living in prosperous Manly before the outbreak of World War I. She enjoys both a fashionable lifestyle and carefree comfort. She has her devoted father and [...]

April 15, 2014