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** Solomon's Song by Bryce Courtenay


Solomon’s Song concludes the Australian Trilogy and is divided roughly in two parts. One continues the ancestral rift among the Solomon family, now from Melbourne where the headquarters of the family business have moved. 125 more words

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“Final Thoughts from a Dying Zen Dog” is thrilled to announce that we’re now affiliated with Puppyup, joining the fight against cancer. 581 more words

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Yet Another Strained "Box" Metaphor

“Great writing doesn’t think outside the box. It never knew what the box was in the first place”

— Dan Holloway

I never really understood boxes. 476 more words

Guest Blog: Aurora Springer Shares an Excerpt from Grand Master's Pawn

Today it is my pleasure to have Aurora Springer here as a guest. Aurora is here to share an excerpt from her new book, Grand Master’s Pawn, the first book in the new Grand Master’s Trilogy. 646 more words

** Tommo and Hawk by Bryce Courtenay


The second installment of the trilogy after Potato Factory centers around the next generation, Tommo and Hawk, twins who don’t look anything like each other and who will endure (brace yourself): kidnapping and rape, a brutal season on a whaling ship with a vicious captain, campaigning with the Maoris in their fight against the British crown (really!), followed by, respectively, addiction to opium and a brief career as a boxing champion. 109 more words

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The Fiction Hotlist for March 4

What’s in the new fiction this week? Don’t miss well established authors like James Patterson and Jeffery Archer but do take a look at the full list for your favourites, we recommend – 276 more words

Books

The Book Hangover: Order Of Seven

You know how you’re reading a book and the characters become real and you feel like you know them? And you get sucked into the story and time seems to stand still while you’re reading? 1,194 more words

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