If there’s one book you read this year, make sure it’s this one. It took me a month of Sundays to finish on account of the detailed content, (and reading […]
Cape Town writer Lisa Lazarus doesn’t mince her words when explaining why she wrote The Book of Jacob—her joint memoir of a couple’s journey into parenthood. ”I wrote it because […]
‘A story of food, healing and love’ reads the blurb. It’s that … and more. Food writer, Maggie goes on a quest to Beijing, China, to discover the truth behind […]
Three sisters flee Iraq in the midst of political and personal turmoil and settle in a quaint little Irish town called Ballinacroagh. Reminiscent of Joanne Harris’s Chocolat, the sisters open […]
Australian author, Tim Winton’s gift of writing with clarity and simplicity immediately sweeps his reader into the story.
In Breath, even the brooding dark cover of boy in dusk surf aptly dictates the darkness that seems to permeate through the entire novel. Narrated by ‘Pikelet’ – a young surfer, it tells the story of his sometimes tortured life story – of the peaks and troughs that come with adolescence.
An imaginative, compelling story set in ancient Mesopotamia, Canaan and Egypt, offers readers a rare insight into life as a biblical woman—in particular, Dinah, only daughter of Jacob. While the […]