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The Master and Margarita

A great introduction to dystopian Soviet literature - Karl
$12.74$14.99

Threadneedle

Interesting world building set in London with Secret societies with competing wants out of the magical world. I've seen it described as gossip girl meets the craft which is almost spot on but there is something I just can’t put my finger on which makes it even better – Alison
$10.00$29.99

Of Human Bondage

Perhaps Maugham's greatest novel. Fabulous tale - Karl
$12.74$14.99

Contacts

**Trigger warning suicide theme** While this book is not for everyone. Mark Watson is my favourite comedian and writes about this sensitive topic with his own form of self deprecating humour – Alison
$10.00$32.99

The Secret History: From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Goldfinch

An amazing author. The story, which follows six students studying Ancient Greek at an elite college, involves a murder with a twist as it’s a ‘why-done-it’ as opposed to the usual ‘who-done-it" – Dani
$21.24$24.99

Just My Luck

Adele Parks always finds a way to balance a plot twist. Just my luck looks at how winning the lottery changed lives and not for the better. Read if you want some unbeatable family/friendship drama – Alison
$10.00$32.99

Dawn of the New Everything: Encounters with Reality and Virtual Reality

In this very readable autobiography Jaron Lanier relates his own story as well as the role he played during the early years of Virtual Reality. Highly recommended – Jen
$10.00

Altered Carbon: Netflix Altered Carbon book 1

A detective style novel based in a sci-fi future. Grounded in realistic characters dealing with emotions in bizarre realities – Ed
$10.00$22.99

Daughter of Smoke and Bone

Absolutely riveting. Angels and demons with a dash of forbidden romance set in the backdrop of charming Prague... a must-read for fantasy lovers. – Vickie
$10.00

20th Victim: Three cities. Three bullets. Three murders. (Women's Murder Club 20)

I enjoy all James Patterson novels. The Women's Murder Club series is fantastic – Duncan
$12.00$32.99

Stories: The Collected Short Fiction

Australian realism in its rawest and simplest form. Helen Garner is one of our greatest living authors and this collection is the perfect entry point – Jim
$16.99$19.99

Surviving Autocracy

I’ve been reading this for months now because I keep getting depressed and putting it down. It’s compelling and horrifying and I really should finish it – Tony
$12.00$27.99

The Stitcher and the Mute

The second book in the Tales of Fenest series, an amazing genre crossover of Fantasy and Noir that explores the power of storytelling – Meaghan
$10.00$32.99

This Day in Rap and Hip-Hop History

Not many books on this subject out there – Paul
$15.00$49.99

The Master and Margarita (Vintage Classic Russians Series)

A great introduction to dystopian Soviet literature - Karl
$19.54$22.99

Dawn of the New Everything: Encounters with Reality and Virtual Reality

In this very readable autobiography Jaron Lanier relates his own story as well as the role he played during the early years of Virtual Reality. Highly recommended – Jen
$12.00

We Were the Mulvaneys

I'd describe her books as literary thriller. They're really well observed but also suspenseful – Maria
$10.00$19.99

Travel Light, Move Fast

Wonderful and haunting memoir of childhood and loss. Jen
$10.00$29.99

The Gift of Darkness

Grippingly intense thriller that keeps you guessing, great female lead and good writing – Meaghan
$10.00

Those Who Forget: One Family's Story; A Memoir, a History, a Warning

A fantastic account of post war Germany and how to view the history of World War 2 – Tony
$15.00$39.99
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