Caroline Baum reviews Georgia Blain's award-winning Between a Wolf and a Dog . Read more
Tim Rimington reviews The Barefoot Investor, the only money guide you'll ever need. Read more
Kate Forsyth, author of The Beast's Garden, reviews the books she read in November and December 2016. Read more
John Purcell reviews Caroline Baum’s Only, the memoir loved by Elizabeth Gilbert, Magda Szubanski and Richard Glover.
"Knowing Caroline, I was prepared for something good. I did not expect this, however." Read more
That Metal Man reviews HR Giger. Read more
One of Australia’s favourite novelists – Kate Forsyth, author of The Impossible Quest, Bitter Greens, The Wild Girl and The Beast’s Garden – continues her blog with us, giving her verdict on the best books she's read recently. Read more
Kate Forsyth: "I've read an interesting mix of adult and young adult fiction, fantasy, history and non-fiction over these past couple of months" Read more
Sarah McDuling on Gemina: It’s laugh-out-loud funny, terrifying, sweetly romantic, utterly devastating.
Sarah McDuling, Emily Meredith and Bronwyn Eley review Gemina, Book 2 in the Illuminae Files. Read more
Caroline Baum: Commonwealth never lets up on its profound psychological insight and observation of family ties.
Caroline Baum reviews Ann Patchett's latest offering, Commonwealth. Read more