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Zoe is a sometime artist from California. Martin is an engineer from Yorkshire. Both find themselves on the picturesque Camino de Santiago, attempting to come to terms with their past. A wise, funny and romantic story about what you choose to leave behind—and what you rediscover.
The transformative life of Sandra Pankhurst: how a little boy raised in neglect became a woman of substance and brought care and respect to a job of grim necessity. This is a beautifully written, inspirational true story of an extraordinary Australian.
When Italian career criminal Sasà finds himself in prison by age thirty, he joins their production of The Tempest and finds himself profoundly changed. A wonderfully affecting novel about crime, redemption and the transformative power of reading.
Following his acclaimed debut, The Vintage and the Gleaning, Jeremy Chambers’ new novel, Suburbia, is a revelation: a coming- of-age drama about the end of innocence, set in a hidden world of paling fences and fragrant lawns. ‘Chambers is a great writer. He’s the real thing.’ M. J. Hyland
What is time, exactly? Why does it seem to slow down when we’re bored and speed by as we get older? Never look at a clock the same way again with this witty, surprising and insightful book. ‘Lucid, thoughtful, and beautifully written.’ Hanya Yanagihara
The extraordinary tale of the escaped convict William Buckley’s survival in the bush is now a Text Classic, introduced by Tim Flannery.