Book of the Month Reviews

October 2022

Review of The Multiple Effects of Rainshadow by Sandy.

August 2022

Review of The Natural Way of Things by Annie.

September 2021

Review of Song of the crocodile by Nicola.

August 2020

Review of On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Margie.

June 2017

Review of Flesh Coloured Dominoes by Denise, edited by Alexa.

May 2017

Review of The House Of The Deaf Man by Dianne.

April 2017

Review of Cold Sea Stories by Alexa.

February 2016

Review of The Sisters Brothers by Margie.

October 2015

Review of My Brilliant Friend by Claudia.

July 2015

Review of Blood Meridian.

April 2015

Review of The Maltese Falcon by Dianne.

March 2015

Review of The Blazing World by Alexa.

February 2015

Joyful reviews

Bereaved Men Go to the Brink in Ned Kelly Country By Geordie Williamson
The Novelist’s Revenge by Rosemary Sorensen

November 2014

Middlesex review and an interview with Jeffrey Eugenides, selected by Kim.

October 2014

Penny’s preferred review of Forecast: Turbulence by Janette Turner Hospital

September 2014

Our preferred review of The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov.

August 2014

Review of A Tale For The Time Being by Ruth Ozeki – Alexa.

June 2014

Review of The Third Life of Grange Copeland by Alice Walker – Denise.

March 2013

Review Of For Love Alone by Christina Stead from the Sydney Morning Herald.

An essay about Stead by Angela Carter, Unhappy Families.

Christina Stead’s Bio.

February 2013

Review of Selected Stories by Katherine Mansfield by Dawn here

December 2013

Review of Cousin Bette by Honore de Balzac by Nicola here

November 2013

Review of The New Yorker Stories by Ann Beattie by Alexa here


One thought on “Book of the Month Reviews

  1. We are considering opening a Dymocks bookstore at Pacific Fair next year was would like feedback on how it will be received by booklovers on the Gold Coast.

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