REVIEW: Tiny Uncertain Miracles by Michelle Johnston

In brief: Marick is in an awkward place with respect to faith and the loss of his family when he is sent to be the sole chaplain at a large tertiary hospital. Things get even stranger in this labyrinth when he makes a friend who is growing bacteria with gold in the basement that generates... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Love and Virtue by Diana Reid

In brief: Michaela and Eve are two young women starting university while living in a residential college. One drunken night will mean something very different to each of them… The good: Fantastic writing and story. The not-so-good: Would have loved to know more about Michaela’s life post-university. Why I chose it: Read many great reviews.... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Power Play by Julia Banks

In brief: A memoir of politics and guide for women in leadership positions that doesn’t pull any punches. The good: Honest and unflinching. The not-so-good: The treatment of Julia by others. Why I chose it: Saw an interview with Julia on TV. Year: 2021 Pages: 231 Publisher: Hardie Grant Setting: Australia I recently saw an... Continue Reading →

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