Tag: Fiction

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Book Review: Her Fidelity

Synopsis Kathy has worked at beloved Brisbane indie record store Dusty’s Records for half her life. She arrived as a teenager high on her dad’s supply of Led Zeppelin, stayed through her twenties and suddenly […]

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Book Review: The Angry Women’s Choir

Synopsis Freycinet Barnes has built herself the perfect existence. With beautiful children, a successful husband and a well-ordered schedule, it’s a life so full she simply doesn’t fit.  When she steps outside her calendar and […]

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Book Review: Sixty-Seven Days

Synopsis Evie has been raised in the heart of Aboriginal Redfern, by a proud trailblazing Wiradjuri family. She remembers so much about the previous world – the Dreamtime, the ancestors, and the knowing – but […]

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Book Review: Abomination

Synopsis: Melbourne 1999: Ezra and Yonatan are best friends whose lives are forever changed when their school, the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Yahel Academy, is rocked by a scandal, and they are thrown onto divergent paths. Twenty […]

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BOOK REVIEW: A GOOD WINTER

Synopsis: When Olga’s friend Lara becomes a grandmother, Olga helps out whenever she can. After all, it’s a big imposition on Lara, looking after her bereaved daughter and the baby. And the new mother is […]

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The Boy with a Golden Bicycle

Once upon a time there was a very old man whose name was Paul. He lost his family in a house fire tragedy and was survived by his 10-year old only grandchild- Steve; who became […]

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Marriage of Two Cities

Rose and Roger’s marriage was fixed for next month. The families who had met through a matrimonial website decided within a day that not much time should be wasted for the couple to get wed […]

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Promises Are Meant to be Kept

Many moons ago, there lived a young boy Tom who was madly in love with his long-time girlfriend, Jen. Ever since the beginning Jen’s parents strongly disagreed of her relationship with her boyfriend. Saying that […]

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A Tale of Ove and Olive

There lived an old pensioner father Ove whose life revolved around his only son- Olive. Ove usually had whole time to himself since he was retired by profession but like a dutiful father, he dedicated […]

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The Student of the Year

Sports day has always been my favourite event of the year through the entire school life. The student who wins the greatest number of gold medals gets a ‘student of the year’ award and I […]