Search results for tag: Sulari Gentill

GUEST BLOG: Sulari Gentill On Imaginary Friends

Yasser Arafat is notoriously credited with having said that a war about religion is like having a fight over who has got the best imaginary friend. As provocative as the statement is to people of faith, it cannot be denied that human beings have long been capable of intense personal relationships with figures who have no objective existence. Whether such a person is called devout or insane depe... Read more

by | October 31, 2013

REVIEW: Paving the New Road : A Rowland Sinclair Novel by Sulari Gentill (Review by Sarah McDuling)

The only thing better than discovering a new series of books is realising that the author is not going to make you wait too long for the next instalment. Having been introduced to Sulari Gentill’s Rowland Sinclair novels earlier this year with Miles off Course, and then devouring books one and two with all the gusto of a confirmed historical fiction addict, I was pretty much ecstatic when I rea... Read more

by | July 23, 2012

REVIEW: Miles off Course by Sulari Gentill (Guest Reviewer: Booktopia’s Sarah McDuling)

There are few things more gratifying than discovering an author whose books seem so perfectly suited to your tastes as a reader that it feels as though they may have been written especially for you. After devouring Sulari Gentill’s Miles Off Course in a whirlwind reading session – a reading session interrupted only by a quick break to jump online and purchase A Few Right Thinking Men and ... Read more

by | January 28, 2012

John M. Green, author of Born to Run, answers Six Sharp Questions

The Booktopia Book Guru asks John M. Green author of Born to Run and Nowhere Man Six Sharp Questions ————————- 1. Congratulations, you have a new book. What is it about and what does it mean to you? Thank you. Born to Run is a rags-to-riches political thriller, with murder, terror and treason. Isabel Diaz, born in squalor in America to a Bolivian ... Read more

by | July 15, 2011

Sulari Gentill, author of A Few Right Thinking Men and Chasing Odysseus, answers Six Sharp Questions

The Booktopia Book Guru asks Sulari Gentill author of A Few Right Thinking Men, Chasing Odysseus and coming soon, A Decline in Prophets Six Sharp Questions ————————— 1. Congratulations, you have a new book. What is it about and what does it mean to you? Thank you. Chasing Odysseus is a retelling of both the Iliad and the Odyssey from an alte... Read more

by | May 12, 2011

A Few Right Thinking Men – reading on location with Sulari Gentill

If Sulari Gentill didn’t end up being a writer, she certainly could have been an actor. She held her audience spell bound on Tuesday night when she read the pivotal second chapter of her book, A Few Right Thinking Men, in art deco hall in which the action was placed. Now Cello’s Restaurant, the room is a newly refurbished 1927 heritage jewel, complete with high ceilings, chandeliers... Read more

by | June 3, 2010

Sulari Gentill, author of A Few Right Thinking Men, Answers Ten Terrifying Questions

The Booktopia Book Guru Asks Sulari Gentill, author of A Few Right Thinking Men, Ten Terrifying Questions 1. To begin with why don’t you tell us a little bit about yourself – where were you born? Raised? Schooled? I was born in Sri Lanka though I didn’t stop there long. My family migrated when I was still a baby, and we embarked on what seemed like a trek around the planet. I started scho... Read more

by | June 2, 2010