The Bookseller’s Apprentice

The last thing 12-year-old Billy Pyke wanted, was to end up working a dead-end job at a factory like his father, achieving nothing but the counting of nails, day in and day out.

The Girl Who Fell From The Sky

The Girl Who Fell From The Sky is a non-fiction which shares the Author, Emma Carey’s very own incredible story of how she survived a 14,000-foot free-fall drop without a parachute.

The Hobbit

During The Hobbit, Tolkien’s prequal to The Lord of the Rings, Bilbo Baggins acquired a magic ring that, as far as he was aware, does little more than make him invisible when fitted to his finger.

The Wattle Seed Inn

Following the success of The Farm at Peppertree Crossing, Leonie Kelsall continues to capture hearts with her second rural romance novel, The Wattle Seed Inn.

The boy who saw in colours

What if colours could speak? The boy who saw in colours, is the debut, historical fiction novel by Lauren Robinson, about Josef Schneider, a young boy with Synesthesia, living in Berlin, 1939.

The Passage of Conquest

The Passage of Conquest is a fast-paced historical fantasy about Giselle, an 18year old Ballerina, who finds herself stranded on a seemingly normal tropical island.

The Last of the Apple Blossom

On February 7, 1967, a bushfire ravaged much of Tasmania to ash; a dreadful disaster that is now remembered as Black Tuesday. The Last of the Apple Blossoms is the debut novel by Mary-Lou Stephens, told through the perspectives of both Catherine Turner, and Annie Pearson who endure the tortures of that day and beyond.

The other side of beautiful

An intriguing break-out novel about a woman who must endure the aftermath of losing her home to a fire.


Sixteen years after the release of the international best seller, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norell, Susanna Clarke has returned with her second masterpiece, Piranesi.

The Left-Handed Booksellers of London

The Left-Handed Booksellers of London book review The Left-Handed Booksellers of London written by Garth Nix review by todd kuchel review 4.5 STARS  4/5 Set in London 1983, Susan Arkshaw is in search of a father she has never met.With an incomplete list...

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