White Throat by Sarah Thornton, Review: Relentless intensity
White Throat, the second novel by Sarah Thornton starring Clementine Jones, is a topical contemporary thriller with relentless intensity. Read on for our full review. #SeaTurtle #Conservation #Environment
Aussie Author Reading Challenge 2021, Booklover Book Reviews
Aussie Author Challenge 2021 - Whether you are a patriotic Australian, an aspiring or armchair tourist or simply an international reader wanting to discover some talented new writers and interact with passionate readers, the Aussie Author Reading Challenge could be for you! Find out more >>
Belinda Murrell on Searching for Charlotte with sister Kate Forsyth
Belinda Murrell discusses writing new book Searching for Charlotte, The Fascinating Story of Australia's First Children's Author with her sister Kate Forsyth, and their family connection to this pioneer. #memoir #biography #childrens #history
The Two Lost Mountains by Matthew Reilly, Review: Audacious
The Two Lost Mountains is the latest audaciously good-hearted action-adventure thriller in Matthew Reilly’s much-loved Jack West Jr Series. Read on for my full review.
Trust by Chris Hammer (Martin Scarsden #3), Book Review + Giveaway
Trust by Chris Hammer, the third installment in his bestselling Martin Scarsden series, is investigative crime fiction at its very best. Read our full review.
Tobias McCorkell on debut Everything in its Right Place + Giveaway
Tobias McCorkell to discuss the inspiration for his debut novel Everything in its Right Place. Plus, thanks to Transit Lounge Publishing we have 2 ebook copies of this new novel to #giveaway - entries open worldwide. #comingofage #race #class #literature AussieAuthor
The Night Whistler by Greg Woodland, Review: A ripper thriller
The Night Whistler by Greg Woodland is an absolute ripper Aussie crime thriller, with the heft of history and heart. Earned a place on my Best Books of 2020 list.
The Book Thief Quotes, Book & Movie Review
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak is a modern classic. Here at Booklover Book Reviews we think it should be required reading in schools. We explain why, discuss the movie adaptation and share our favourite quotes from this novel. Read on for our comprehensive review.
September 2020 Book Releases, The Survivors by Jane Harper
The Survivors by Jane Harper (mystery thriller) is just one of the Booklover Book Reviews top picks of the September 2020 book releases. Check out the full list. #fiction #readinglist #booklist
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion, Book Review: Non-neurotypical humour
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion is a modern take on the classic screwball romance tackling tough societal issues with compassion and hilarity. Read on for why I think this is groundbreaking contemporary literature.
Mammoth by Chris Flynn: Fresh perspective on age old lessons
In Mammoth, Chris Flynn's cutting humour and evocative characterization offers fresh perspective on age-old lessons, and most importantly hope. Quality experimental #literature. #historical #fossils #climatechange #environment #racism #science
Alison Booth’s The Philosopher’s Daughters, Book Review: Inquiring historical fiction
The Philosopher’s Daughters by Alison Booth is captivating and thought-provoking historical fiction tackling discrimination with artistic impact. Read on for my full review. #historical #romance #drama #Australia #England #outback #discrimination #racism #suffragists #womensrights
Fool Me Once: Q&A with Karly Lane on her latest rural romance
We welcomed bestselling author Karly Lane (The Wrong Callahan, Mr Right Now) to discuss the release of her enticing new rural romance Fool Me Once, and the importance of women in farming. #romance #country #farming #women #novels #reading #books
All The Dead Stars by AK Alliss (The Pattern Codex #1), Review
All The Dead Stars (The Pattern Codex #1) is an engaging character-driven fantasy adventure novel from Australian author AK Alliss. #fantasy #adventure #action #sciencefiction #characters #tapestry #books #escape