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Jasper Jones by Craig SilveyFrom $22.8
Late on a hot summer night in the tail end of 1965, Charlie Bucktin, aprecocious and bookish boy of thirteen, is startled by an urgent knockon the window of his sleep-out. His visitor is Jasper Jones, an outcastin the regional mining town of Corrigan. Rebellious, mixed-race andsolitary, Jasper is a distant figure of danger and intrigue forCharlie. So when Jasper begs for his help, Charlie eagerly steals intothe night by his side, terribly afraid but desperate to impress.Jasper takes him through town and to his secret glade in the bush, andit's here that Charlie bears witness to Jasper's horrible discovery. With his secret like a brick in his belly, Charlie is pushed and pulledby a town closing in on itself in fear and suspicion as he locks hornswith his tempestuous mother, falls nervously in love and battles tokeep a lid on his zealous best friend, Jeffrey Lu. And in vainly attempting to restore the parts that have been shakenloose, Charlie learns to discern the truth from the myth, and why whitelies creep like a curse. In the simmering summer where everythingchanges, Charlie learns why the truth of things is so hard to know, andeven harder to hold in his heart.About The AuthorCraig Silvey grew up on an orchard in Dwelling up Western Australia. He now lives in Fremantle, where at the age of 19 he wrote his first novel, Rhubarb, published by Fremantle Press in 2004. In 2005, Rhubarb was chosen as the 'One Book' for the Perth International Writers' Festival, and was included in the national Books Alive campaign. Silvey also received a Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Novelist Award. In 2007, Silvey released The World According to Warren, a picture book affectionately starring the guide-dog from Rhubarb. His second novel, Jasper Jones, was completed with the aid of an Australia Council New Work Grant. Outside of literature, Silvey is the singer/songwr
Three Wishes / The Last Anniversary by Liane MoriartyFrom $4.95
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A Blessed Child by Linn UllmannFrom $4.75
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Sookie can read minds. That's not exactly every man's idea of date bait - unless they're undead - vampires and the like can be tough to read. And that's just the kind of guy Sookie's been looking for. Maybe that's why, when she comes across a naked vampire on the way home from work, she doesn't just drive on by. He hasn't got a clue who he is, but Sookie has: Eric looks just as scary and sexy - and dead - as the day she met him. But now he has amnesia, he's sweet, vulnerable and in need of Sookie's help - because whoever took his memory now wants his life. Sookie's investigation into what's going on leads her straight into a dangerous battle between witches, vampires and werewolves. But there could be even greater danger - to Sookie's heart, because the kinder, gentler Eric is very hard to resist. About the Author Charlaine Harris is the author of several internationally bestselling series. She is married, with children, and lives in Arkansas.
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