REVIEW: The Cowgirl by Anthea Hodgson

In brief: Teddy's life is destined to be simple: live and work on the farm with her grandmother Deirdre. But then Deirdre announces a plan to dig up her old house with archaeologist Will and on digging up the past nothing is simple for either of them… The good: I really enjoyed the flashbacks to... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 12/2/18

Last week was a great one for books – both receiving and reading. It looks like 2018 is shaping up to be an excellent year for intriguing reads! Here's what I received over the past week: The Director is the Commander by Anna Broinowski came from The Stella Prize (do check out this year's longlist!)... Continue Reading →

My Memorable Books of 2016

2016 has been a memorable year for a number of reasons, some good and some not so good across the world. When it came to reflecting on my most memorable books of the year, my first draft came at 15 books out of a possible 72 (21%) that I've reviewed on the blog! I noticed... Continue Reading →

The Drifter by Anthea Hodgson

In brief: Cate has never been known to stick at anything, but after a tragic accident she's staying put in the bush. What she doesn't know is that in the middle of nowhere, she will start to feel like she belongs… The good: Sensitively written, it's an engaging story. The not-so-good: Henry is reluctant to... Continue Reading →

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