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A lyrical and devastating novel from a Stella Prize-winning author; an inspiring work about creativity and resilience; a YA dystopian debut about self-expression and an epic undersea adventure inspired by Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea are our Books of the Month for October!

WILD ABANDON by Emily Bitto

FICTION BOOK OF THE MONTH
WILD ABANDON
Emily Bitto

Beginning in the excessive, uncanny-familiar glamour and plenitude of New York City, Will crashes with expat chef and former nemesis Paul, and his girlfriend Justine, a rising star in the art scene.

From here, he embarks on a doomed road trip into the American heartland, where he meets Wayne Gage. This charismatic, fast-living and deeply damaged Vietnam veteran, collector of exotic animals and would-be spirit guide, draws Will towards the dark conclusion of his journey.

Wild Abandon is a headlong tumble through the falling world of end-days capitalism, a haunting, hyperreal snapshot of our own strange times and what it means to be a tourist, or indeed a human, within them.

THE LUMINOUS SOLUTION by Charlotte Wood

NON-FICTION BOOK OF THE MONTH
THE LUMINOUS SOLUTION
Charlotte Wood

In this essential, illuminating book, award-winning writer Charlotte Wood shares the insights she has gained over a career paying close attention to her own mind, to the world around her and to the way she and others work.

Drawing on her doctoral studies and decades of observant conversation and immersive reading, Charlotte shares what artists can teach the rest of us about inspiration and hard work, how to pursue truth in art and life, and to find courage during the difficult times: facing down what we fear and keeping going when things seem hopeless.


 
 
SELF/LESS by AViVA

YA BOOK OF THE MONTH
SELF/LESS
AViVA

A world where self-expression is banned. A world where survival is everything. A girl who will be heard.

Seventeen-year-old Teddy lives in the walled-in city Metropolis. Radical laws condemn all forms of self-expression and creativity, and the lives of the people are carefully constructed and controlled by the City Council: We watch because we care.

When Teddy finds out the truth behind one of the City's biggest lies, she slips out into the darkness of the City after curfew.

She is captured by a stranger and held prisoner in an old bomb shelter that lies beneath the City. Here, Teddy discovers that there is a world beneath Metropolis, a world where a growing web of clans are fighting to keep their humanity alive, and waiting for a leader to unite them and lead them back up into the light.

Purchase your copy of Self/Less and receive a FREE tote bag - strictly while stocks last.

 
DAUGHTER OF THE DEEP by Rick Riordan

CHILDREN’S BOOK OF THE MONTH
DAUGHTER OF THE DEEP
Rick Riordan

Ana Dakkar is a freshman at Harding-Pencroft Academy, training centre for the best marine scientists and underwater explorers in the world. When Ana embarks on the sea trials that mark the end of her freshman year, her life as she knows it is blown out of the water.

She and her school mates witness a terrible tragedy and discover that Harding-Pencroft and their rival school Land Institute have been engaged in a deadly rivalry going back over one hundred and fifty years. With the rivalry turned up full broil, Ana will be tested more than ever before . . .

"This modern take on Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea was everything I wanted and more. With a tremendous cast of characters and packed full of charm, wit and friendship, I had such a blast exploring the world of Ana Dakkar. Long-time and new fans alike of Rick Riordan won’t be disappointed in this exhilarating, humorous and action-packed adventure." Tanaya, Dymocks Marketing Coordinator

Purchase your copy of Daughter of the Deep and receive a FREE bookmark - strictly while stocks last.


You can pick up your copies of our October Books of the Month in store and online now.

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