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Duma Key
March 16th, 2008

Without warning, Freemantle is inspired to sketch and paint the endless Gulf of Mexico that stretches away in front of his rented house, then finds himself inserting abstract objects into his work from memories of his accident, family, and unexplained objects that you just know are sinister.

Brida
June 7th, 2008

He turns his poetic prose to the story of a young Irish woman on a quest to understand the universe and her place in it through the teachings of witchcraft. The plot isn’t nearly as robust as the beauty of the writing however, so it’s not as easy to fall in love with the book as it is with Cohelo’s other work, such as The Alchemist.


Who’s Afraid of Butterflies?
September 25th, 2011

The most accessible way to digest a book about phobias is with an alphabetical list. Stephen Juan’s isn’t the first you’ve seen, but with chapters on psychological theory, treatments and the science of phobias it’s the most comprehensive.

Where Spirits Dwell
October 16th, 2011

A young Petersham mother wakes in bed in the small hours to hear the toys in her son’s room, and when Machado reveals the toddler was actually in bed with his mother at the time you’ll feel a tingle down your spine the likes of which you expect from a good horror novel.


Double Shot
May 11th, 2008

Australian readers might not be familiar with Double Shot’s protagonist. Faith Zanetti is a hard-drinking, no-nonsense war correspondent who’s more comfortable crawling around battle zones than the threat of a stable relationship with the father of her infant son.

The Decisive Moment
April 12th, 2009

We tend to view brain states (right/left, reason/emotion) as warring factions, but neuroscientist and magazine editor Lehrer presents a refreshing case that these either/or propositions actually work together to give our consciousness the best representation of our environment, our most prized ability in our hunter/gatherer days.






Atrocitology File this one under 'people will list anything'. A book chronicling humanity's ...
November 13th, 2011

Brothers in Arms Just what is true about Cuba? Most western media and governments would ...
March 1st, 2009

Tweak We never get tired of books about the horrors of drug addiction ...
June 14th, 2008

Trading Places You don't often think of economists living the lives of international jetsetters, ...
August 17th, 2008

Rebooting your memory After millions of years of remembering what matters, is the way memory ...
November 18th, 2013

The Brain that Changes Itself Norman Doidge Scribe 422 Pages $35 RRP How ironic that the tool we've used to demystify ...
April 20th, 2008


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