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The Tiger's Wife by Tea Obreht

Tea Obreht is only 25 but has written a novel showing a maturity beyond her years and a bright future as a writer. Before she published th…

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American Rust - Philipp Meyer

This novel hit me hard on many levels. On the surface it is about two friends, Isaac English,twenty years old, brainy yet socially inept w…

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Not that Sort of Girl - Mary Wesley

This is my first Mary Wesley book recommended by a friend and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Although The Times blurb on the front said 'part lo…

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Lincoln in the Bardo / by George Saunders

There are few American heroes as universally honored as Abraham Lincoln.  His masterful handling of the worst crisis this nation ever faced…

Started by Kim Allen Scott

1 May 31
Reply by Karen Redlich

The Return of Little Big Man / by Thomas Berger

Sequels are rarely as good as the book that inspired them, but this one comes close.  Author Thomas Berger had to perform some situational…

Started by Kim Allen Scott

0 Apr 25

The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry

This book draws you into the disturbing world of a young woman in western Ireland, in the early part of the last century.  It touches on Ir…

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1 Feb 14
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Robbery Under Arms / by Rolf Boldrewood

If you haven’t read this Australian classic lately (or if you have never read it) do yourself a favor and pick up a copy.  Robbery Under Ar…

Started by Kim Allen Scott

2 Jan 25
Reply by Karen Redlich

Days Without End by Sebastian Barry

I always look forward to a new book by Sebastian Barry and it is usually a couple of years wait between novels. This book was certainly wor…

Started by Lindach

0 Jan 24

Read Review & Win is back for January

Did you know, that by reviewing a book on Mosman Readers this January, you go into the draw to win a $200 dining card to spend at the beaut…

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0 Jan 18

Ross Poldark / by Winston Graham

OK, I will admit it.  Often my reading habits are dictated by the television.  On one hand, I generally read more when there is nothing on…

Started by Kim Allen Scott

2 Jan 4
Reply by Lindach

Love Anthony by Lisa Genova

Reach for the box of Kleenex, Love Anthony is a tear-jerker. The third novel by NY Times best seller, Lisa Genova is as emotional, engaging…

Started by Read, Review & Win

0 Jul 12, 2016

This Must Be the Place by Maggie O'Farrell

Maggie O'Farrell is one of my favourite authors and I first discovered her work when I read the Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox which I highl…

Started by Lindach

0 Jul 7, 2016

All the light we cannot see by Anthony Doerr

I highly recommend this 2015 Pullitzer Prize winning novel by Anthony Doerr. Set in St Malo during the Second World War , it tells the stor…

Started by Lindach

3 Jun 14, 2016
Reply by Karen Redlich

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