BOOK CLUB

Yes We (Still) Can - Dan Pfeiffer book review

YES WE (STILL) CAN

The reason we all got 2016 wrong – we are only now beginning to understand how the Decade of Obama was one of massive change…

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Frida Kahlo: Making her self up - Claire Wilcox and Circe Henestrosa book review

FRIDA KAHLO: MAKING HER SELF UP

An artist with a unique international appeal, Frida Kahlo’s much-celebrated art extensively draws on her life and her extraordinarily personal reflections. Upon Kahlo’s death,…

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Wild Delicious - Amber Rose, book review

WILD DELICIOUS

Amber Rose describes the start to a well-nourished life as filled with wholesome, delicious food prepared thoughtfully and eaten with pleasure. Wild Delicious takes…

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The Wolf Hour - Sarah Myles book review

THE WOLF HOUR

In Uganda undergoing postdoctoral research on child soldiers, thirty-year-old Tessa Lowell joins a delegation deep into the jungle, across the Congolese border, for peace…

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The Knowledge - Martha Grimes book review

THE KNOWLEDGE

Filled with intriguing plots, genius wit and unique characters; the latest of award-winning writer Martha Grimes’ mystery novels, The Knowledge comes with even more…

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Women, Equality, Power - Helen Clark book review

WOMEN, EQUALITY, POWER

From entering parliament in 1982 as a 31-year-old to being New Zealand’s Prime Minister for nine years; Helen Clark has been a world leader…

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French Exit - Patrick DeWitt book review

FRENCH EXIT

Tart widow and possessive mother, the Upper East Side force of nature, Frances Price, finds herself in dire straits. Together with her useless adult…

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Eco Home - Melinda Williams, book review

ECO HOME

Whether wanting to build, renovate, or simply live in a sustainable and eco-friendly way; this book provides accessible and practical information on everything you’ll…

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The Alchemy of Things - Karen McCartney book review

THE ALCHEMY OF THINGS

Karen McCartney is well-known for her work in the realm of architecture, interiors and design. Explore eccentric, curated and ingenious homes of 18 global…

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Milkwood - Kirsten Bradley and Nick Ritar book review

MILKWOOD

Whether you are curious about growing mushrooms or the perfect tomato, get started living a homegrown life with the exceedingly popular Australian permaculture educators….

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Before Her Eyes - Jack Jordan book review

BEFORE HER EYES

She can’t see the killer, but the killer can see her. Blind since birth, struggling Naomi Hannah contemplates ending her life, before stumbling across…

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