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Suspension Bridges of Disbelief. "The Anatomy of Truth" by Kate Wild. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2003-10)
As a whole, Wild struggles to establish a fictional world the reader can fully relax into. In this strange, dramatic story, Wild requires the reader to build suspension bridges of disbelief, at times without her assistance. ...
The Last Place to Love. "The Bread with Seven Crusts", by Susan Temby. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2002-09)
"The Bread with Seven Crusts" is primarily the story of the relationship between Giuseppe Lazaro, an Italian POW, and Eddy Nash, an Australian nurse. It is an earnest book that tackles some rich and interesting themes. You ...
Kate Grenville's Enduring Witches. "Bearded Ladies / Dreamhouse" and "Joan Makes History" by Kate Grenville. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2002-12)
Kate Grenville has made a continuing contribution to Australian literature worth celebrating. Her work has been consistently revealing, interesting and entertaining. She has won the Australian/Vogel, the Victorian Premier's ...
Getting to the Point. "The Point" by Marion Halligan. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2003-04)
Marion Halligan's latest novel should be a success. It is a continuation and concentration of themes, characters and settings that have consistently engaged her in a considerable body of work. "The Point" is full of Halligan ...