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2017 Pultizer Prize Winner: The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

Title: The Underground Railroad

Author: Colson Whitehead

Genre: Fiction, Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction

Publisher: Hachette Australia

Published: 26th April, 2017 (latest edition), Trade paperback 9th August 2016… 1,036 more words


Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: If You Ever Want to Bring a Circus to the Library, Don't! by Elise Parsley

Like most book nerds, I have a special fondness for stories that take place in libraries. Maybe it’s because libraries house my favourite things, or maybe its because libraries are where I have some of my fondest memories of being with my mother, or maybe it’s just that libraries are where I feel safest outside of my own home. 342 more words

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Book Review #64: Caraval (Caraval #1) by Stephanie Garber

Title: Caraval
Author: Stephanie Garber
Pages: 401
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Format: Paperback (Advance Reader Copy)
Date Published: January 31, 2017
Publishing House: Hachette Australia… 893 more words

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Natasha Lester: #Robinpedia

Natasha Lester is an Australian writer with a Masters in Creative Writing and a PhD in being farken fabulous. When she isn’t writing she enjoys yoga, sorting through her extensive lipstick collection, buying shoes, and drinking gin. 246 more words


Book Review: Class by Lucinda Rosenfeld

I’ve been called a ‘bleeding heart’ liberal before, mainly by my husband (whom I typically don’t see eye to eye with politically, although this makes for a more interesting marriage in general), so when I heard about a book that satirizes liberal hypocrisy, I knew I had to read it. 598 more words

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Mothers' Day : From Cradle to Stage by Virginia Hanlon Grohl

When Nirvana catapulted drummer Dave Grohl to fame, his Mum, Virginia, was surprised to be the mother of a Rock Star. Then when Dave reinvented himself as frontman of the… 538 more words


Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading 8/5/17

I can’t believe that we are nearly into double digits of May. Soon it will be winter, with rain, uni exams and multiple layers of clothing. 432 more words

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