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Review of 'Abo: A Treacherous Life'
(Adelaide Review, 2006-03-24)
Review of the biography of Graham Henry, Sydney criminal mastermind.
"The True Green of Hope" by N. A. Bourke. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2005-09-02)
We tend to think of the Gold Coast as a haven for the idle rich, but in "The True Green of Hope" it is a place where people live, work, and struggle with their demons just like the rest of us. The only difference is that ...
Review of 'Alex & Me' by Irene M. Pepperberg
(Adelaide Review, 2009-05)
Review of 'Alex & Me' by Irene M. Pepperberg, a memoir about a scientist's relationship with her experimental subject, an African grey parrot.
(Adelaide Review, 2010-03)
This month, hundreds of singers from all walks of life will come together to make history singing in Mahler’s 8th Symphony. Keen chorister Gillian Dooley gives us an inside view of the preparations that go into staging ...
"Slow Man" by J.M. Coetzee. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2005-11-11)
Does J.M Coetzee have a sense of humour? Ian Buruma, reviewing Coetzee’s memoir "Youth" (2002) in the "New York Review of Books", claimed that there was nothing funny about his work: ‘The Afrikaner blood runs thickly in ...
Review of 'Cleanskin'
(Adelaide Review, 2006-11-03)
Review of the novel 'Cleanskin' by Gay Lynch
"Jesus, Judas and Mordy Ben Ruben: Three Good Jewish Boys in Jerusalem" by Dick Gross. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2005-09-30)
The idea of retelling the last days of Jesus as satire is not new. Gross's Jesus is shown through the eyes of an agnostic and foul-mouthed (though not, as he claims, particularly scatalogical) temple priest who was an ...
Review of 'Filthy Lucre' by Joseph Heath
(Adelaide Review, 2009-07)
Review of Joseph Heath's 'Filthy Lucre: Economics for Those Who Hate Capitalism'
Review of 'Two Lives'
(Adelaide Review, 2006-03-10)
Review of 'Two Lives' by Vikram Seth.
(Adelaide Review, 2005-12-09)
The best books of 2005.