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Essays of Travel

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Any reader who has spent some time with Robert Louis Stevenson's body of work won't be surprised to learn that the Scottish author was an inveterate traveler and world explorer from early adulthood. Later in...


Game

by Trevor Shearston

A moving and brilliant literary novel about the last days of legendary bushranger Ben Hall.


Walking Through Albert

by Margo Lanagan

A ghost story with a difference - spooky, mysterious but also very funny in places - for 10- to 13-year-olds.


Wildgame

by Margo Lanagan

An exciting fantasy adventure about a video game that comes to life, which also makes readers think what it's like to be an endangered animal.


The Tankermen

by Margo Lanagan

A vivid, scary fantasy adventure about sinister bionic Tankermen who take people prisoner and pump poison into Sydney's drains.


Not a Star and Otherwise Pandemonium: Stories A Penguin eSpecial from Riverhead Books

by Nick Hornby

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Scorpion

by Noel Chapman

It takes all types of things to send a man down the wrong path. In Greg's case it was the death of his wife and betrayal from his best friend that had seen him leave with just a hundred bucks in his pocket....


88 Angels

by Elizabeth D Wilder & Rob Henderson

88 Angels takes the reader on a journey through the author's verses of her own angels during a near fatal illness and through her recovery. With photographer Rob Henderson's accompanying images, this is a book...


Lucinda, Dangerously

by Sunny

Soon after returning to the world of the living with her two bondmates, demon princess Lucinda is kidnapped and imprisoned by her enemy, Derek. He brings her back to a hidden outland in Hell, a bleak and desolate...


Severed Past

by Anthony R Jansen

A car crash fourteen years ago. The result-amnesia.A terrible accident ... or was it? Since that fateful day, computer expert David Hayes has been consumed by his need to learn more about his past. Frustrated...


Welcome Circle

by Anthony Tomsic

A portrait of a single perfect circle hangs on a wall.A solitary person walks past the portrait without noticing it. Soon following, a couple pass; noticing the portrait they admire it for a short while.Lastly,...


Angel of Fire: Book One of Zach's Story

by Wendy Milton & Barbara Ridden

Zach Brinkley is a prickly, fiercely independent boy with a chip on his shoulder. When this story opens he's in hospital, having been hit by a truck. Doctors resuscitate Zach but he winds up in a coma, unable...


The Stone Garden

by Diane Fahey

In 'The Stone Garden: poems from Clare', Diane Fahey offers a vibrant engagement with key features of County Clare's natural environment. Starting in a cottage in the north-east, with a long view of the coast,...


Paris Light

by Moira McCarthy

In the spring of 2008, an Australian woman arrives in Paris to fulfil a dream of discovery and to immerse herself in French history and culture. Hoping to capture memorable photographic images, the writer experiences...


Counting Our Blessings

by Di Perkins & Bill Perkins

Di, an historian, and Bill Perkins, a geologist, are possibly on their "last trip" overseas and are determined to make it a memorable experience. This collection of "missives and reflections", sent to family...


Drive Around the World

by Danny Rosner Blay & Sandra Khazam

'We've driven around Australia, how about we drive around the world?' And with this one fanciful remark, the seeds were sown for what would become a worldwide adventure for one Melbourne family.Fuelled by itchy...


Brothers in Arms

by G S Willmott

This is an extraordinary story, one which provides insights into the dualities of human nature, especially against a background of war. We are confronted with the potential within all of us for both heroism...


Room For Improvement

by Stacey Ballis

Stacey Ballis tackles home improvement and reality TV—and reminds us that sometimes life and love are better left unscripted…What do you get when you give two hopeful singles fashion consultants and interior...


Windfall: A Novel

by James Magnuson

In his twenties and thirties, Ben never thought about money--more or less what you'd expect  from a scholar whose specialty was the transcendentalists.  But now, in his forties, trying to raise two children...


The Poet

by Alex Skovron

'The Poet' is a tale of obsession, art, and the thresholds between day and night. Manfred is a nondescript insurance clerk, inflexibly honest and imbued with a profound sense of order. He is also a prolific...