Literary fiction

Taduno's Song

Odafe Atogun

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

'Burning with magic and loss, exile and return, beauty and heartache, Taduno's Song is a colossal epic, disguised as a small novel' - Marlon James, Booker Prize-winning author of A Brief History of Seven Killings

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City of Secrets

Stewart O'Nan

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

From master storyteller Stewart O'Nan, a timely moral thriller of the Jewish underground resistance in Jerusalem after the Second World War.

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Multiple Choice

Alejandro Zambra, translated by Megan McDowell

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

Completely unlike anything you've read before: this playful, poignant, genre-bending novel / entrance examination tells a story of copying, cheating, faking and messing-up.

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The Core of the Sun

Johanna Sinisalo, translated by Lola Rogers

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

From the queen of 'Finnish weird', a captivating and witty speculative satire of a Handmaid's Tale-esque welfare state where women are either breeders or outcasts, addicts chase the elusive high of super-hot chilli peppers and one woman is searching for her missing sister.

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Don't Cry

Mary Gaitskill

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

Don't Cry is Mary Gaitskill's first collection of stories in over ten years, following the tremendous success of her previous collections, Bad Behaviour and Because They Wanted To.

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Justine

Lawrence Durrell

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

The first book of Lawrence Durrell’s celebrated Alexandria Quartet, reissued in Faber Modern Classics livery.

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The Hawkline Monster

Richard Brautigan

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

'Brautigan is a folk-artist, a master storyteller' - Sarah Hall

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Dreaming of Babylon

Richard Brautigan

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

'An absolute original' Guardian

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So the Wind Won't Blow It All Away

Richard Brautigan, introduction by Jeffrey Lent

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

'Poetic, gently eccentric and deeply poignant' - The Times

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The Man Who Spoke Snakish

Andrus Kivirahk, translated by Christopher Moseley

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

A runaway bestseller in Europe where the book is so well known that a popular board game has been created based on it, The Man Who Spoke Snakish is an extraordinary coming-of-age story, mixing magical realism, reinvented national myth and satire.

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