Jane Harper’s work The Survivors is a character novel thinly disguised as a crime novel. It is an engrossing, high-calibre read, artfully constructed.
Review: The Good Sister, by Sally Hepworth (Pan Macmillan Australia)
An easy, one-evening read, The Good Sister is an engaging twist on sisterly dynamics. And I use the word ‘twist’ intentionally.
REVIEW – John Garrett: What’s Your “And”? Unlock the Person Within the Professional (Page Two Books)
John Garrett is a comedian and speaker, whose podcast What’s Your “And”? features professionals talking about their hobbies. This book is the result.
REVIEW – Larry Wilson: Do What’s Right (indie)
In interview, Wilson is fascinating. In writing, he is awkward and challenged. If Wilson had taken his own advice, and built a great team to help him produce this book, it could have been excellent.
[REVIEW] The Year of Magical Thinking, by Joan Didion (Fourth Estate)
If I had a list of Books To Read Before You Die, this one by Joan Didion would be in the Top 20. I’ll show you why.