Monday, 31 October 2016

AusReading Month - What to Read?

In preparation for #AusReadingMonth I've collected together all my adult and YA reviews by Australian authors. My extra-special favourites have an *

The Anchoress by Robyn Cadwallader 
The Catherine Wheel by Elizabeth Harrower
The Childhood of Jesus by J. M. Coetzee

A Common Loss by Kirsten Tranter

Dancing on Coral by Glenda Adams
The Lost Life by Steven Carroll

Marrying Ameera by Rosanne Hawke
The Midnight Watch by David Dyer
Montebello by Robert Drewe

The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan

On the Beach by Nevil Shute
One Life My Mother's Story by Kate Grenville
One Thousand Hills by James Roy and Noel Zihabamwe
Only the Animals by Ceridwen Dovey

*Pastures of the Blue Crane by H. F. Brinsmead
Paving the New Road by Sulari Gentill
Philosophy in the Garden by Damon Young
Plain-speaking Jane by Jane Caro
A Pocketful of Eyes by Lili Wilkinson

Ruins by Rajith Savanadasa

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

*Ultima Thule: The Fortunes of Richard Mahony by Henry Handel Richardson

The Watch Tower by Elizabeth Harrower
*The Way Home: The Fortunes of Richard Mahony by Henry Handel Richardson
When We Were Two by Robert Newton
Where the Trees Were by Inga Simpson
Whisky, Charlie, Foxtrot by Annabel Smith

Wildlife by Fiona Wood
*The Women in Black by Madeleine St John
A World of Other People by Steven Carroll

You're Still Hot to Me: The Joys of Menopause by Jean Kittson

You can also find more Australian books here with Booktopia's Top 50 Australian books.
And if it's older classics you're after try Geoffrey Dutton's Collection of Greatest Australian Books here.

What's your favourite Australian book?
Which one are you excited about reading next?

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