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The Good Sister

From the outside, everyone might think Fern and Rose are as close as twin sisters can be: Rose is the responsible one and Fern is the quirky one. But the sisters are devoted to one another and Rose has always been Fern's protector from the time they were small.

Fern needed protecting because their mother was a true sociopath who hid her true nature from the world, and only Rose could see it. Fern always saw the good in everyone. Years ago, Fern did something very, very bad. And Rose has never told a soul. When Fern decides to help her sister achieve her heart's desire of having a baby, Rose realizes with growing horror that Fern might make choices that can only have a terrible outcome. What Rose doesn't realize is that Fern is growing and aware of the secrets Rose, herself, is keeping. And that their mother might have the last word after all.

Emotional Female

Yumiko Kadota was every Asian parent's dream model student, top of her class in medical school and on track to becoming a surgeon. A self confessed workaholic, she regularly put 'knife before life', knowing it was all going to be worth it because it would lead to her longed for career.

But if the punishing hours in surgery weren't hard enough, she also faced challenges as a young female surgeon navigating a male dominated specialty. She was regularly left to carry out complex procedures without senior surgeons' oversight; she was called all sorts of things, from 'emotional' to 'too confident'; and she was expected to work a relentless on call roster sometimes seventy hours a week or to prove herself.

Eventually it was too much and Yumiko quit.

Emotional Female is her account of what it was like to train in the Australian public hospital system, and what made her walk away.

Yumiko Kadota is a voice for her generation when it comes to burnout and finding the resilience to rebuild after suffering a physical, emotional and existential breakdown. This is a brave, honest and unflinching work from a major new talent.

Bossy

Michael Piersen isn’t up for complications. He’s one of Sydney’s fastest moving career focused corporate realtors, and the only thing he has time for is one night stands with zero fuss.

Bryson Schroeder’s back home from two years overseas with plans to leave his family’s hotel empire and begin his own business ventures. Out with friends to celebrate his return, he sees a gorgeous blond man across the bar, and with merely a smile and a raised eyebrow, they leave together for a night of incredible chemistry.

The rules are clear: no names, no details, no complications.

But one night becomes one night, and eventually the arrangement suits them both for weeks . until their professional and personal worlds collide. With their hearts already on the line, Michael and Bry need to decide just how complicated they want to get.

74K words.

A Million Things

A bursting, heartfelt, debut following fifty five days in the life of ten year old Rae, who must look after herself and her dog when her mother disappears.

For as long as Rae can remember, it’s been her and Mum, and their dog, Splinter; a small, deliberately unremarkable, family. They have their walks, their cooking routines, their home. Sometimes Mum disappears for a while to clear her head but Rae is okay with this, because Mum always comes back.

So, when Rae wakes to Splinter’s nose in her face, the back door open, and no Mum, she does as she’s always done and carries on. She takes care of the house, goes to school, walks Splinter, and minds her own business—all the while pushing down the truth she isn’t ready to face.

That is, until her grumpy, lonely neighbor Lettie—with her own secrets and sadness—falls one night and needs Rae’s help. As the two begin to rely on each other, Rae’s anxiety intensifies as she wonders what will happen to her when her mother’s absence is finally noticed and her fragile world bursts open.

A Million Things transforms a gut wrenching story of abandonment and what it’s like to grow up in a house that doesn’t feel safe into an astonishing portrait of resilience, mental health, and the families we make and how they make us in return.

The Performance


A novel about three women at turning points in their lives, and the one night that changes everything.


One night, three women go to the theater to see a play. Wildfires are burning in the hills outside, but inside the theater it is time for the performance to take over.

Margot is a successful, flinty professor on the cusp of retirement, distracted by her fraught relationship with her adult son and her ailing husband. After a traumatic past, Ivy is is now a philanthropist with a seemingly perfect life. Summer is a young drama student, an usher at the theater, and frantically worried for her girlfriend whose parents live in the fire zone.

While the performance unfolds on stage, so does the compelling trajectory that will bring these three women together, changing them all. Deliciously intimate and yet emotionally wide ranging, The Performance is a novel that both explores the inner lives of women as it underscores the power of art and memory to transform us.

Edie Richter is Not Alone

Funny, acerbic Edie Richter is moving with her husband from San Francisco to Perth, Australia. She leaves behind a sister and mother still mourning the recent death of her father. Before the move, Edie and her husband were content, if socially awkward―given her disinclination for small talk.

In Perth, Edie finds herself in a remarkably isolated yet verdant corner of the world, but Edie has a secret: she committed an unthinkable act that she can barely admit to herself. In some ways, the landscape mirrors her own complicated inner life, and rather than escaping her past, Edie is increasingly forced to confront what she's done. Everybody, from the wildlife to her new neighbors, is keen to engage, and Edie does her best to start fresh. But her relationship with her husband is fraying, and the beautiful memories of her father are heartbreaking, and impossible to stop. Something, in the end, has to give.

Written in clean spare prose that is nevertheless brimming with the richness and wry humor of the protagonist's observations and idiosyncrasies, Edie Richter is Not Alone is Rebecca Handler’s debut novel. It is both deeply shocking and entirely quotidian: a story about a woman's visceral confrontation with the fundamental meaning of humanity.

Friends & Dark Shapes

A group of housemates in Sydney’s inner city contend with gentrification, divisive politics, stalled careers, their own complicated privilege as second generation Australians, and the evolving world of dating in this moving, funny, and stylish debut novel.

Sydney’s inner city is very much its own place, yet also a stand in for gentrifying inner city suburbs the world over. Here, four young housemates struggle to untangle their complicated relationships while a poignant story of loss, grieving, and recovery unfolds.

The nameless narrator of this story has recently lost her father and now her existence is split in two: she conjures the past in which he was alive and yet lives in the present, where he is not. To others, she appears to have it all together, but the grief she still feels creates an insurmountable barrier between herself and others, between the life she had and the one she leads.

Wry, relatable, lyrical, and beautifully told, a book about politics, desire, youth, relationships and friends, Friends and Dark Shapes introduces a bold new Australian voice to American readers.

The Gaps

What does it mean to be the one left behind?

When sixteen year old Yin Mitchell is abducted, the news reverberates through the whole Year Ten class at Balmoral Ladies College. As the hours tick by, the girls know the chance of Yin being found alive is becoming smaller and smaller.

Police suspect the abduction is the work of a serial offender, with none in the community safe from suspicion. Everyone is affected by Yin’s disappearance—even scholarship student Chloe, who usually stays out of Balmoral drama, is drawn into the maelstrom. And when she begins to form an uneasy alliance with the queen of Year Ten, Natalia, things get even complicated.

Looking over their shoulders at every turn, Chloe and Natalia must come together to cope with their fear and grief as best they can. A tribute to friendship in all its guises, The Gaps is a moving examination of vulnerability and strength, safety and danger, and the particular uncertainty of being a young woman in the world.

Dropbear

I told you this was a thirst so great it could carve rivers.

This fierce debut from award winning writer Evelyn Araluen confronts the tropes and iconography of an unreconciled nation with biting satire and lyrical fury. Dropbear interrogates the complexities of colonial and personal history with an alternately playful, tender and mournful intertextual voice, deftly navigating the responsibilities that gather from sovereign country, the spectres of memory and the debris of settler coloniality. This innovative mix of poetry and essay offers an eloquent witness to the entangled present, an uncompromising provocation of history, and an embattled but redemptive hope for a decolonial future.

Dirt Circus League

I stumbled towards the Meat House, my body shaking with the violence that raged within me, as the realisation of the mistake I had made in coming here rose to the surface of my mind. This was the last place I should be. That thought was crossed by another, even terrifying.
This is exactly where I belong.

Asa’s running from a troubled past. To a remote outback town, a disappointing father and a fresh start that’s already souring.

But then the notorious Dirt Circus League arrives. A troupe of outcast teens performing spectacular fight sequences and challenging any who dares to take part.

They’re ruthless. Menacing. Thrilling. And led by the magnetic Quarter. He’s dark, powerful and intensely attractive—and he faces a threat only Asa can see.

Will Asa be drawn into the league’s mysterious community?

And, as she discovers the violent secrets at its heart, will she delve into her own untapped abilities to save herself—and heal those caught in its evil web?

Dirt Circus League is a compelling and fast paced novel about the powerful allure of danger and the battles we face with our demons in a world beyond our control.

As Swallows Fly

When Malika, a young orphan in rural Pakistan, is savagely attacked, her face is left disfigured and her self esteem destroyed. Haunted by the assault, she hides from the world, finding solace in her mathematical theories. A few years later, her intellectual brilliance is discovered and she leaves conflict stricken Pakistan for a better education in Melbourne, where she finds herself placed with Kate—a successful plastic surgeon facing emotional insecurities of her own.   Malika and Kate’s lives slowly intertwine as they find within each other what each has lacked alone. At first, Kate’s skills appear to offer a simple solution to Malika’s anguish, but when tragedy strikes, the price of beauty is found to be much higher than either of them could have known.  As Swallows Fly is a poignant portrayal of survival, identity and empowerment in a culture dominated by the pursuit of perfection. In a captivating and unforgettable debut, McMahon asks what might be possible if we have the courage to be flawed.    


Before I give you my opinion of Wally Lamb s newest book I have to admit that I have read and loved everything he has written and he is one book I have to admit that I have read and loved everything he has written and he is one my favorite authors This wasn t my favorite book by him but it s still a fantastic book The character of Felix Funicello who we knew as a child in Wishin and Hopin is now 60 years old and this book is a reflection on his life helped along by a few ghosts who provide him with movies of critical points in his childhood He could not only view the films but he could also become part of it with the feelings that he had at the age he was viewing Just as important as his reviewing his life is his look at feminism in the past compared to feminism today I loved seeing how Felix s character evolved from his earlier book and seeing how the events in our past are what makes us the adult we are today To sum it up this is a book about aging family and feminism told in a way that only Wally Lamb could tell it A uniue reminder of American culture in the 50s 60s brought together with current culture The reading experience would be enhanced by reading Wishin and Hopin but not necessary If you enjoy this review visit my book blog wwwbooksmusicallthingswrittenwordpr or my blog s Official Facebook Page wwwfacebookcombooksmusicallthingsw or follow me on Twitter etoland16Wally Lamb has been one of my favorite authors since I first read She s Come Undone when I was 16 years old One of my favorite books I ve ever read is his book The Hour I First Believed I ve read all of his books and he never ceases to amaze me with his ability to write female characters that are so brutally honest complex and real Lamb s ability to delve inside the mind of a woman and explore the inner workings of the female psyche is in my opinion what sets him apart from other male authors Lamb always writes his characters in such a way that you truly feel like you know the Not one of Wally Lamb s best booksin fact when considering the greatness that is Wally Lamb who set the bare "Extremely High With Works Like "high with works like s come undone and I know this much is true this might have actually been his worst so far that s not to say it was a bad book but I was expecting I was really looking forward to this book when I heard it was out because Wally Lamb has been one of my favorite authors since I read she s come undone when I was 15 years old and have since read and loved every single book he s come "out with since including the composition of short stories written by inmates at a women s prison where Lamb taught a "with since including the composition of short stories written by inmates at a women s prison where Lamb taught a class I think he s an amazing often under appreciat. New York Times bestselling author Wally Lamb weaves an evocative deeply affecting tapestry of one Baby Boomer's life Felix Funicello introduced in Wishin’ and Hopin’ and the trio of unforgettable women who have changed it in this radiant homage to the resiliency strength and power of womenI’ll Take You There centers on Felix a film scholar who runs a Monday night movie club in what was once a vaudeville theater One evening while setting up a film in the projectionist booth he’s confronted by the ghost of Lois Weber a trailblazing motion picture director from Hollywood’s. ,

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The Unforgiven Mais Moi, Je Vous Aimais La couleur du bon pain (ECOLE DE BRIVE) Believing in Narnia
I'll Take You ThereE radical approach his ex wife Thought 3 Felix s awareness of the struggles of women is unlike that of most all men I know which makes it of the struggles of women is unlike that of most all men I know which makes it me to gauge the authenticity Once again Wally Lamb writes like a woman than most women It s not an insult There are ghosts in this book Did you have to sleep with all your lights onA The ghosts in this book were mostly old movie stars so my electric bill stayed nice and low Although this supernatural angle seemed very unlike Wally Lamb to me I actually liked it I liked that it was not taken too seriously Maybe I should call 911 But what would I tell them That I ve been chatting with a couple of ghosts That I take a size large in straitjackets I kept thinking about what movies stars from the past I would like to visit me and what conversations we d have nerdalert iheartTCM What was your favorite partA I don t know if I can pick one certain part I really enjoyed Felix s relationship with his daughter I really enjoyed Felix being put back into his past because he would NEVER have had the awareness as a young boy that he had as an adult to see the hardships of women or ust his family in general when he was growing up I loved his sisters especially Francis I liked this book a LOT than I suspected Although it has the same characters as Wishin and "Hopin it has a completely different vibe It s no She s Come Undone or I Know This Much is True "it has a completely different vibe It s no She s Come Undone or I Know This Much is True WHAT IS Are you hungryA STARVING4 Stars A new Wally Lamb bookI msoexcited Even though I have to admit that Wishin and Hopin was my least favorite Wally Lamb book by far I m all about second chances This is my first dip into Wally Lamb and unfortunately I m staring at his earlier works unread on my shelf hoping that they contain the gems my friends talked about Because this latest book of his did nothing to urge me on further He checked all the PC boxes on feminism family dysfunction loss and other topical issues so blatantly that I almost thought it was going to be satirical but no it was taking itself seriously On the other hand he writes with compassion and the pages flow smoothly even though the content has much to be desired What kept me going was the smooth writing and the tenderness he evokes I wanted to care about the characters too and the events but they were too wafer thin to relate to There are aspects of this domestic drama that have wide appeal and significance dysfunctional family mental health problems grief secrets communication breakdowns and regret But redemption was advertised too transparently and at every turn so any tension that was attempted los. Ion a beauty contest sponsored by a Brooklyn based beer manufacturer that became a marketing phenomenon for two decades At first unnerved by these ethereal apparitions Felix comes to look forward to his encounters with Lois who is later oined by the spirits of other celluloid musesAgainst the backdrop of a kaleidoscopic convergence of politics and pop culture family secrets and Hollywood iconography Felix gains an enlightened understanding of the pressures and trials of the women closest to him and of the feminine ideals and feminist realities that all women of every era must fac. Ed talent and one of the best writers of our time This new book ust didn t do him ustice although it was very well written it "Seemed Like A Novella "like a novella an actual novel and I would have liked it to have been at least twice the length with a developed plot The characters were well thought out relatable and complex but I didn t feel as connected or invested in them as I usually "become when reading Lamb Overall I was glad to have read I ll "when reading Lamb Overall I was glad to have read I ll you there and it was certainly worth the short time it took to get from cover to cover and I would recommend to fellow fans of Lamb but to those who haven t read his other works I would highly recommend reading those first because he can do so much better be so much powerful of a writer than one could ever tell from reading this particular novel Halfway through I thought this might be headed for 5 stars Then along came the second half and that s too bad 6 of 10 stars I adore Wally Lamb and am in awe of his writing and knowledge about women Be forewarned this is a bit different from his longer tomes which isn t necessarily a bad thing Also love the title More comprehensive review to come This had an interesting premise but it never really went anywhere for me I could never really relate to the characters or care why this story was being told I gave up after 80 pages I can get behind a good ghost story but this didn t ualify A Brief A Between Myself and Myself Why did you pick up I ll Take You There in the first place NatalieA Well Natalie I had read Wishin and Hopin but had lukewarm feelings about it cute uick Christmas tale but didn t feel as Wally Lamb as other Wally Lamb books so that did not push me to read this one However Wally Lamb is one of my FAVORITE authors Even when I don t L O V E his book I love his writing I also feel a lot of guilt when I don t L O V E his book but that s another conversation that I like to save for the therapist s couch I ve heard there is a whole lotta feminism going on in this book How do you feel about thatA I have a few thoughtsfeelings on this so I m going to start a listThought 1 I do not consider myself to be a feminist This is not because I disagree with feminism but because I ve never taken the time to see what it s all about I ll admit my ignoranceThought 2 I loved the levels of feminism shown Felix s sister ex wife and daughter all share different ideas on the rights of women with different levelsextremes that are based on their life experiences their ages their environment etc I found this very interesting and identified with a modern approach his daughter than th. Silent film era Lois invites Felix to revisit and in some cases relive scenes from his past as they are projected onto the cinema’s big screenIn these magical movies the medium of film becomes the lens for Felix to reflect on the women who profoundly impacted his life There’s his daughter Aliza a Gen Y writer for New York Magazine who is trying to align her post modern feminist beliefs with her lofty career ambitions; his sister Frances with whom he once shared a complicated bond of kindness and cruelty; and Verna a fiery would be contender for the 1951 Miss Rheingold competit.


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