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The Far Country by

In Australia Jane and Jack Dorman own a prosperous sheep farm, or station. For the past few years most of…

A town like Alice by

In post World War II England Jean Paget is tracked down by a solicitor. She is the only surviving member…

Significant Dust by

Vanessa works in a roadhouse in an isolated part of Australia. When we first meet her we don’t know why…

The light between oceans by

Tom Sherbourne has come back to Australia from World War I. Like many soldiers he has brought many demons back…

Bajazzle by

Okay, do you remember when I “reviewed” The Isles of the sun and I said that I’d love to hear…

The isles of the sun by

one of the stories in Cracklescape One evening when all the other children have gone home for their dinners Elric…

The Duchess Dresser by

one of the stories in Cracklescape Tanner found an abandoned dresser on the street, thought it would be an addition…

The best thing by

Mel is not having a good year at school. Her friends have turned on her, and her boyfriend one day…

Tongues of Serpents by

ISBN: 9780007256778 book 6 in the Temeraire series There were few streets in the main port of Sydney which deserved…

Touching earth lightly by

ISBN: 1864488239 “I’ve got to get our of that house.” Janey looked almost small, walking past these angled girders. Growing…

The Magician dir. by

This is the story of Ray, who for the right money can make anyone disappear. Although it isn’t magic he…

Nylon Angel by

If Jamon Mondo touched me one more time I’d kill him.

I almost wish I hadn’t finish this book. I was on the verge of tossing it around two thirds in, but figured I’d read this far might as well see how it ends. But the final third is actually quite good. Not sure if it is enough to make up for the first part, But now I am a little curious about the next books in the series.

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