LAST WEEK’S BESTSELLERS

  1. Big Blue Sky, Peter Garrett
  2. Green Nomads, Bob Brown
  3. The Natural Way of Things, Charlotte Wood
  4. My Brilliant Friend, Elena Ferrante
  5. Lament for the Afterlife, Lisa L Hannett
  6. M Train, Patti Smith
  7. A Brief History of Seven Killings, Marlon James
  8. All Fall Down, Matthew Condon
  9. Keating, Kerry O’Brien
  10. Fates and Furies, Lauren Groff

Another week of great events last week, with two huge out of store evenings (Peter Garrett at The Greek Club and Bob Brown at The Old Museum) as well as Lisa L Hannett in-store and A Big Breakfast Bookclub! Somehow, this week is somehow nearly event free (we’re pleased to finally welcome Brendan Tobin tonight to launch his book Indigenous Peoples, Customary Law and Human Rights), but we’re back into the swing of things for the rest of November. Take a peek at our Events Calendar to find out what’s on!

A BRIEF HISTORY OF SEVEN KILLINGS

With Christmas just around the corner (we know, we know!), some of the year’s biggest releases are starting to appear on the shelves, and this is reflected nowhere better than our bestsellers, with titles such as Kerry O’Brien’s Keating and Patti Smith’s M Train making what is sure to be their first of many appearances. Which is not to forget some of our tried and true bestsellers such as Charlotte Wood’s The Natural Way of Things, Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend, Matthew Condon’s All Fall Down and Lauren Groff’s Fates and Furies. We’re also pleased that Marlon James’ Booker Prize-winning novel A Brief History of Seven Killings is now back in stock!

 

Don’t forget our Summer Reading Guide will be available instore in the second week of November (keep an eye out for it also in The Weekend Australian Saturday November 14!), full of great gift ideas!

Until next week… keep on reading!