THE LIBRARY, by Stuart Kells, Counterpoint/Perseus/Hachette Book Group

  "If you think you know what a library is, this marvellously idiosyncratic book will make you think again." —The Sydney Morning Herald   Libraries are much more than mere collections of volumes. The best are magical, fabled places whose fame has become part of the cultural wealth they are designed to preserve. Some still … Continue reading THE LIBRARY, by Stuart Kells, Counterpoint/Perseus/Hachette Book Group

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THE FANDOM, by Anna Day, Chicken House/Scholastic

  I think it's every super fan's dream turned reality to find themselves transported into their favourite fictional world. Who hasn't fantasised about taking herbology class in Hogwarts, fighting the white walkers in Westeros, or running the Maze with Minho? The Fandom allows readers to do just that. The story begins with Violet, and fellow … Continue reading THE FANDOM, by Anna Day, Chicken House/Scholastic

MURDER AT HALF MOON GATE, by Andrea Penrose, Kensington

A wealthy lord who happens to be a brilliant scientist . . . an enigmatic young widow who secretly pens satirical cartoons . . . a violent killing disguised as a robbery . . . Nothing is as it seems in Regency London, especially when the Earl of Wrexford and Charlotte Sloane join forces to … Continue reading MURDER AT HALF MOON GATE, by Andrea Penrose, Kensington