#aww2018 · 2018 Reviews · Australian · conservation · historical fiction · Uncategorized

Throwback Thursday Book Review: Fortune’s Son by Jennifer Scoullar

Welcome to a weekly post, Throwback Thursday. This weekly book review post is a way to share some old favourites, books that were published over a year ago and most importantly those books that have been languishing on the to be read pile for far too long! Can one man’s revenge become his redemption? Young… Continue reading Throwback Thursday Book Review: Fortune’s Son by Jennifer Scoullar

#aww2018 · 2018 Reviews · Australian · conservation · environment · historical fiction · new release

Book Review: The Lost Valley by Jennifer Scoullar

Title: The Lost Valley Author: Jennifer Scoullar Published: August 27th 2018 Publisher: Pilyara Press Pages: 332 Genres: Fiction, Australian, Historical RRP: $29.99 Rating: 4.5 stars A Tasmanian East Of Eden A sweeping saga of ambition, betrayal and dangerous love. Tasmania, 1929: Ten-year-old-twins, Tom and Harry Abbott, are orphaned by a tragedy that shocks Hobart society. They find sanctuary with their reclusive grandmother, growing up… Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Valley by Jennifer Scoullar

2016 Reviews · Australian · conservation · historical fiction · romance · rural ficition

Book Review: The Rarest Thing by Deborah O’Brien

Book blurb: It’s 1966, and a mountain pygmy possum – a species that scientists considered to be long-extinct – is discovered in the Victorian High Country and transported to Melbourne where newspapers dub it ‘the world’s rarest creature’. Thirty-year-old Dr Katharine Wynter is a palaeontologist who’s more comfortable with ancient bones than live human beings,… Continue reading Book Review: The Rarest Thing by Deborah O’Brien