Review: The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling by Wai Chim

Wai Chim’s stunning new novel, The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling, is an engaging and totally immersive read - from which you will emerge heart-wrung and hungry. »

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Review: Gravity is The Thing by Jaclyn Moriarty

A string of adjectives can only describe imperfectly how excellent Gravity is the Thing is: beautiful, uplifting, clever, incredible, heart-breaking, affirming, hilarious, genuine and truly delightful »

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Favourite Bookstores on Instagram (#LoveYourBookshopDay)

I highly recommend dropping into your local bookshop today to show them some love. Of course, this is not possible for everyone. If this is you, you can still enjoy the spirit of the local bookshop online with these instagram accounts. »

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Review: Rogue by A.J. Betts

A well-crafted duology is a marvellous thing and A.J. Betts has delivered perfectly. With both books I was a little in awe of how compact and detailed she managed to make her world-building. Nothing felt superfluous, every gap that raised questions was ultimately answered. »

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Review: All That Impossible Space by Anna Morgan

In her terrific debut novel, All That Impossible Space, Anna Morgan uses the real life mystery of the Somerton Man as a device for exploring toxic friendship, complicated family, and discovering romance »

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