The Bone Sparrow by Zana Fraillon

It only took a few pages for me to fall in love with Subhi, an innocent, wildly imaginative, 10-year old refugee. Subhi was born in a permanent detention centre in Australia. We quickly learn that his spirit cannot be confined, as the Night Sea delivers gifts from his Father, while the faraway whales sing out... Continue Reading →

The Binding by Bridget Collins

With The Binding, Collins conjures up a world that's somewhat reminiscent of a 19th century England, with a twist. In this world, people's deepest, darkest memories can be found written in the pages of books. It is the book binders who free people of their unwanted memories and transfer them, making both binders and books... Continue Reading →

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