Amanda McLeod reviews The Yellow House by Emily O’Grady, winner of the 2018 The Australian/Vogel Literary Prize.
Ashleigh Meikle reviews The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse, a sweeping historical novel set in sixteenth century France.
Kristyn M. Levis reviews the Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian, a dark YA fantasy novel.
Rodney Jensen reviews Montecristo by Martin Suter, translated from the original Swiss version in 2015.
Jan Allerton reviews Drawing Sybylla by Odette Kelada, a novel which combines fantasy, poetry and humour.
Tonile Wortley reviews Two Days Gone, a suspenseful thriller by Randall Silvis.
Amanda McLeod reviews Pink Mountain on Locust Island by Jamie Marina Lau, an experimental new novel from Brow Books.
John Mancy writes a thought-provoking review of Daniel Tammet’s Every Word is a Bird we Teach to Sing: Encounters with the Mysteries and Meanings of Language.
If you are a fan of mysteries and thriller tales, then you are in for a treat with Sarah Epstein’s debut novel, Small Spaces.