Well, only by Google. But I did enjoy this:
shawjonathan on Tohby Riddle’s Astronaut… kathyprokhovnik on Tohby Riddle’s Astronaut… Lisa Hill on Tohby Riddle’s Astronaut… shawjonathan on Tohby Riddle’s Astronaut… Lisa Hill on Tohby Riddle’s Astronaut… shawjonathan on Vale Bruce Dawe Anne Bell Knight on Vale Bruce Dawe
WP Bookblog Listing
- Amazon Prime: The Pier (Gerard Hurley 2011) 5 April 2020Produced, written and directed by Gerard Hurley, who is also the main actor, this feels like a very personal movie about a man reluctantly called home to Ireland from New York when told his father is dying. It's predictable, but solid.
- House of Light (Mary Oliver 1990) 5 April 2020I borrowed this from a street library – a mildly risky thing to do these days, but the consolation promised by a book of Mary Oliver poems outweighed any risk.
- Revelation (Sarah Ferguson 2020) 4 April 2020'Abuse was not a failure of the system. It was the system.' That's the tagline. Did we need a documentary on the child sexual abuse by Catholic priests and brothers. It turns out we did. Sarah Ferguson is no Gitta Sereny, getting to the inner workings of the perpetrators' minds, but she somehow got two of them to talk to her at length. An […]
- The Astronaut's Cat (Tohby Riddle 2020) 4 April 2020Hot off the press with uncanny timing, a new Tohby Riddle picture book
- A State of Freedom (Neel Mukherjee 2019) 3 April 2020From our book (lending) club, this starts powerfully with an Indian expat visiting Fatehpur Sikri with his US-born six-year-old son.
- Amazon Prime: The Pier (Gerard Hurley 2011) 5 April 2020
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- Jennifer Maiden's Espionage Act
- Tohby Riddle’s Astronaut’s Cat
- Vale Bruce Dawe
- Peter Hartcher’s Red Flag
- The Book Group and Trent Dalton’s Boy Swallows Universe
- Lemire & Sorrentino’s Gideon Falls
- Philip Pullman's Secret Commonwealth
- NSW Premier’s Literary Awards short list announced
- Proust Progress Report 7: more about the Guermantes
- Clive James’s Gate of Lilacs
- G K Chesterton’s Incredulity of Father Brown
- Diane Menghetti’s Red North
- Ruby Reads 18: buckets from the stream
- Jeff Lemire and others’ Black Hammer vols 3 & 4