the rothschilds by frederic morton

The Rothschilds by Frederic Morton

This book is an authorised history of the Rothschild family of Europe. I knew some information about the family from a genealogical point of view as it was part of a session at a...
the bluffs by kyle perry

The Bluffs by Kyle Perry

This book is part of the Dymocks Reading Challenge for 2021. It goes into the Ask a Dymocks bookseller category. I was walking through Chadstone Shopping Centre three weeks ago before this latest outbreak...
hotel kerobokan by kathryn bonella

Hotel Kerobokan by Kathryn Bonella

I’ve been reading a lot of non-fiction lately, not on purpose as I’ve been choosing the books by their spines. I will read something else in due course, but my current book is also...

Oodgeroo by Kathie Cochrane

I took this book from my TBR Pile last week purely because of the spine. It is black with the words Oodgeroo Kathie Cochrane in white, capital letters. It struck me as a good...

The Declaration by Gemma Malley

This was one of the books given to me to place in a Little Library. The person also recommended I should read it before sending it off for someone else to read. Holy moley! This...
enchanted glass – diana wynne jones

Enchanted Glass – Diana Wynne Jones

This author is one of those people whose writing I treasure. Jones has the ability to take me straight into a world I would never have dreamed of. It is beautifully written and I...

Outback Legends by Evan McHugh

I obliquely referred to this book last week. It’s a good follow on from Harry by Julie Carbone. While Harry gives us a good taste of what it can be like to be a...

Harry by Julie Carbone

Past me put some money on this book in a crowdfunding campaign. Past me received the book and promptly forgot about it. I must have put it on my TBR Pile and I’m glad...

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

I received this from Bionic Book Subscription. It’s the second of the three month subscription they’ve given me. I’ve been a bit slack in reading all three books. I still haven’t even opened the...

Hana’s Suitcase by Karen Levine

This is the last book I wish to read from the pile I was given to place into little libraries near me. After today I’ll start placing them in libraries for others to read...